Palestinian reporters imprisoned for live reporting on Israeli raids, playing songs. Read more about Israel among world's worst jailers of journalists
A six year campaign pressuring the security firm wields major win. Read more about G4S ditches Israel businesses
Israel agrees not to renew detention for Malik al-Qadi and brothers Mahmoud and Muhammad Balboul. Read more about Mothers greet end of hunger strikes with joy
Samah Dweik was found charged with incitement on Facebook, which is deepening its relationship with Israel. Read more about Israel releases journalist jailed for social media posts
Malik al-Qadi has been in coma since 10 September. Read more about Prisoners begin mass hunger strike to support jailed student "fighting death"
Ruling rejects petitions by human rights groups, as hunger strikers face new infringements. Read more about Israeli high court upholds force-feeding "torture"
Palestinian prisoner solidarity activist was interrogated, denied entry to West Bank. Read more about Listen: US student politics "rapidly shifting" despite Israel lobby efforts
Israel’s refusal to release Bilal Kayed after 15-year sentence prompting hunger strikes. Read more about Prisoners determined to resist dangerous precedent set by Israel
Israel’s crackdown on reporters has been unrelenting. Read more about 21 Palestinian journalists in Israeli prisons
Human rights group said the PFLP leader had been jailed for her political activity. Read more about Israel releases leftist lawmaker Khalida Jarrar
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