Palestinians in Gaza plan their days around the electric schedule, lucky to get power for six to eight hours a day. Read more about Why has Gaza's sea turned black?
Palestinian Center for Human Rights
Palestine is the “final test” of the international tribunal’s threadbare credibility. Read more about Will ICC help Israel get away with Shireen Abu Akleh's murder?
Moves by chief prosecutor threaten ICC’s credibility. Read more about International justice for Ukraine but not Palestine?
The racist logic behind Israel’s terrible violence. Read more about Gaza pays the price for Jewish state in Palestine
Virus kills two people over two days in Gaza. Read more about COVID-19 spreads as Israel tightens Gaza siege
Israeli fire is injuring fishers, damaging boats and destroying livelihoods. Read more about No letup in Israeli attacks on Gaza fishers
From beach massacre to international law: Huda Ghalia, lawyer, is on a mission. Read more about Never flinch until justice is served
“I’m like the fish. If I leave the sea, I die.” Read more about How Israel stole this fisherman’s sight and sense of smell
Chief prosecutor’s annual update on preliminary examination contains “unwarranted and disturbing omissions,” rights groups state. Read more about Is ICC about to slam the door on justice for Palestine?
Fishers denied access to coastal waters for fifth consecutive day. Read more about Gaza unemployment soars as medicine stocks hit zero
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