Normalization agreement comes at their expense, Palestinians in Gaza say. Read more about Turkey-Israel deal leaves Gaza siege intact
Lawyers say that influential nations have been adept at evading international justice. Read more about Did Israeli interference block justice in Spain?
Israeli forces used extreme violence against US citizens, lawsuit alleges. Read more about Israel sued in Washington over attack on Gaza-bound US ship
Evidence handed to prosecutor enough to open case against Israel, rights groups say. Read more about Case of Gaza family killed in their sleep taken to International Criminal Court
Authorities are circulating arrest warrants for political and military leaders responsible for 2010 attack on a Turkish ship. Read more about Top Israeli officials face arrest in Spain, South Africa
Parents of Furkan Doğan say former Israeli prime minister is responsible for their son’s death. Read more about Ehud Barak served US lawsuit over Gaza flotilla slaying
The Israeli military intelligence agency tells Haaretz that it is working against left-wing and BDS groups around the world. Read more about Israel reveals "delegitimization department" to spy on boycott activists
Judges say ICC Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda ignored key evidence that Israel may have intended to kill civilians aboard Mavi Marmara in 2010. Read more about Milosevic prosecutor claims top ICC official bowing to Israeli, US pressure
Prosecutor underestimated seriousness of alleged crimes during massacre that killed 10, ICC judges rule. Read more about ICC judges order new probe of Israeli massacre on Mavi Marmara
Lawmaker aboard seized ship compares Israeli bigots to US pro-Confederate extremists. Read more about Israel seizes Gaza-bound boat in "act of piracy"
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