Slain journalist’s family submits complaint to International Criminal Court. Read more about Israel "intended to kill" Shireen Abu Akleh -- probe
By asking Tel Aviv for more information, Washington is encouraging it to manufacture evidence against Palestinian civil society leaders. Read more about US gives green light to Israel's attacks on human rights groups
Khalil Awawdeh’s release was one of the issues at the heart of Gaza ceasefire. Read more about Israel refuses to release hunger striker
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?
The situation for Palestinians is “beyond occupation.” Read more about Podcast Ep 54: Palestine is the litmus test for international law
Deprived of a fair trial, jailed human rights defenders take plea deals. Read more about International silence fuels Israeli persecution
Head of rights group banned by Israel says EU must impose sanctions. Read more about They are the criminals, we believe in justice
Brussels “not standing fully behind its values, its principles and also its partners.” Read more about Israel told EU in advance of plan to label rights groups "terrorist"
Extreme move aimed at shutting down organizations working with ICC. Read more about Israel declares war on Palestinian rights groups
Chief prosecutor is unswayed by Israel-aligned legal arguments but indictments, trials are a long way off. Read more about ICC boosts Palestinians' quest for justice
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