Six Palestinians died in custody in recent weeks, including two in Megiddo Prison, one in Ktzi’ot, one in Ofer, and two others who were being illegally held by the military after their work permits were revoked.
Sharif Ahmad Abdulrahim Shaer, 16, left, and Yazan Majdi Munir Akoub, 14, right, were killed by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank on December 2. (Photos: Courtesy of the Shaer and Akoub families)
Medics working in the Gaza Strip are using a specific phrase to describe a particular kind of war victim.
Three brothers belonging to al-Samouni family were kidnapped by the Israeli army on ‘safe corridor’ leading south of Gaza City.
UAW, representing 400,000 in the US and over 580,000 retired workers, makes announcement as military operations resume
Satellite images commissioned by the BBC reveal the extent of destruction across Gaza, showing that nearly 98,000 buildings may have suffered damage. The satellite images were taken last Thursday –….
Open letter on EU and several European states’ concerning decision to suspend and review of funding to Palestinian and Israeli NGOs
In an open letter, Amnesty International and 99 other civil society organisations express serious concern at the EU and several European states‘ decision to suspend or review their funding to Palestinian and Israeli civil society organisations.
Permissive airstrikes on non-military targets and the use of an artificial intelligence system have enabled the Israeli army to carry out its deadliest war on Gaza, a +972 and Local Call investigation reveals.
As the pause in fighting in Gaza appeared to enter a fifth day on Tuesday, UN humanitarians warned that aid deliveries needed to multiply immediately to save the lives of the injured and stem the risk of a deadly disease outbreak that has left doctors “terrified”.
Lack of medicine, water and food leading to rise in cases of diarrhoeal diseases among children in besieged enclave