Israel has denied contacts with Hamas, but several initiatives seem to be underway. Read more about Are Israel and Hamas really talking about ending Gaza siege?
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"
Palestinian lawmaker Basel Ghattas is among the activists taking part in the Freedom Flotilla III. Read more about Swedish boat sets sail in bid to break Gaza blockade
Israeli expert says Gaza attack and boycotts have cost Israel billions. Read more about Foreign investment in Israel plummets by half since Gaza massacre
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 once again uses its unexceptional international aid efforts in Nepal to burnish its blood-soaked image. Read more about Israel criticized for touting Nepal rescue while Gaza is still in ruins
The possibility of Israel joining the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is being discussed in both Washington and Brussels. Read more about Could massive EU-US trade deal be extended to Israel?
Deadbeat states – including Turkey, Kuwait and United Arab Emirates – have failed to deliver a single dollar of reconstruction aid they promised for Gaza. Read more about International aid agencies call for sanctions on Israel over Gaza “stalemate”
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