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
Country’s top four weapons producers are alarmed by a reduction in their exports. Read more about Are Israel's war crimes no longer good for business?
150 European groups vow to resist pressure exerted by US in trade negotiations. Read more about EU-US trade deal mustn't stifle calls for Israel boycott, say unions
American Jewish singer has long record of supporting anti-Palestinian positions and organizations. Read more about It is not anti-Semitic to boycott Matisyahu
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
France-based Orange is complicit in Israeli settlement in the occupied West Bank and provided support to Israeli units that devastated Gaza last summer. Read more about Egyptians launch boycott of Orange-owned Mobinil over complicity in Israeli crimes
An influential Zionist group had several wealthy entrepreneurs on its board last year. Read more about Are property speculators bankrolling European Friends of Israel?
It’s more apparent than ever that Europe has learned all the wrong lessons from the Holocaust. Read more about Europe's border policy is designed to push refugees into the sea
Israel’s arms industry has advised the EU on using drones to track people seeking aslylum. Read more about With Israel's help, EU seeks new ways of being cruel to refugees
Activists from nineteen countries demand the suspension of a key EU agreement with Israel. Read more about EU must cease "material support" for Israel's crimes, say leading trade unions
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