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UK Defence Secretary Liam Fox is under pressure to publish information about civilian deaths caused by remote-controlled 'drones' in Afghanistan.
The prospects for progress in the direct Israeli-Palestinian talks in Washington look meagre, says Paul Rogers. But breakthrough is essential if Israel is to be saved from itself.
Eighteen leading NGOs have called on the European Union to press for Israel's blockade on Gaza to be lifted. The call comes ahead of a meeting of the EU Foreign Affairs Council.
A court has returned a “not guilty” verdict on activists who caused a quarter of a million pounds' worth of damage to the property of the arms company EDO/ITT.
Belfast Crown Court has acquitted nine campaigners who were charged with “intent to cause criminal damage” after protesting against Raytheon, one of the world's largest arms firms.
The revelation that the Israeli government in the 1980s considered selling nuclear weapons to the apartheid regime in South Africa has triggered fresh criticisms of Israel's current nuclear policies.
The success of Israel’s application to join the OECD at a time when civil society in the country is increasingly under threat is a matter of real concern, Christian Aid has said.
Israel joining the OECD at a time when civil society in the country is increasingly under threat is a matter of real concern, say development and human rights NGOs.
Theologians, peace advocates and justice tourism activists will gather in Geneva from 18-21 May 2010 for a meeting to consolidate a “theology of pilgrimage for Palestine-Israel”.