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Gamers are showing solidarity with Palestinians after days of Israeli bombing in Gaza.

A poetry collective is livestreaming poetry dedicated to Palestinians in light of Israel's violence in Jerusalem and in Gaza.

French police fire tear gas at pro-Palestinian protesters

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French police fire tear gas at pro-Palestinian protesters

Water cannons and tear gas were fired at demonstrators who defied a ban on the pro-Palestinian protest.

Paris braces for pro-Palestinian demo despite ban

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Paris braces for pro-Palestinian demo despite ban

Organisers have vowed to go forward with the Nakba Day march despite a 'disproportionate' ban from French authorities.

French court upholds ban on Palestine solidarity protest

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French court upholds ban on Palestine solidarity protest

French police on Thursday banned Saturday's demonstration called over Israel's bombardment of Gaza.

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Pro-Palestinians in France ask court to overturn demo ban

Police complied with a request from French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin to ban a pro-Palestine protest in Paris.

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Despite Palestinian expulsions, US envoy unlikely to pressure Israel

In spite of increased public pressure, international condemnation, and a rising death toll, the U.S decision to send an envoy is tainted by ...

Nick McAlpin

Is the Labour Party 'failing' Palestine?

In-depth: As Palestinians are facing increasing Israeli violence, can British party politics keep up?

Dario Sabaghi

Eyeing lucrative profits, Morocco is seeking to legalise cannabis

In-depth: Cannabis legalisation in Morocco could provide economic opportunity, dependant upon Europe, party politics, and upcoming elections.

EU preparing to sanction Lebanese officials over political deadlock

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EU preparing to sanction Lebanese officials over political deadlock

France has repeatedly expressed its frustrations with Lebanon's ruling class.

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Lebanese public prosecutor given new information on Syria detainees

Two Lebanese public figures have handed over a file containing new information about Lebanese citizens held in Syria to the public prosecutors.

In The Thick of It: A British minister's experiences

Chris Doyle

In The Thick of It: A British minister's experiences

Book Club: The memoir is of high value particularly for those who want to get a taste of how handling Brexit and Trump felt like from the inside.

Big tech is trying to deplatform Palestinians

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Big tech is trying to deplatform Palestinians

Comment: Palestinians aren't just resisting expulsion, but an aggressive campaign to silence them online, and a longstanding media effort to ...

Palestinians in Jerusalem receive 'threatening texts' from Israeli intelligence

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Palestinians in Jerusalem receive 'threatening texts' from Israeli intelligence

Palestinians have been receiving 'threatening texts' from Israel's intelligence, claiming that they have been taking part in 'acts of violence' ...

US activists demand action against Israel's Sheikh Jarrah expulsions

Brooke Anderson

US activists demand action against Israel's Sheikh Jarrah expulsions

The planned expulsion of Palestinians from their homes in Jerusalem has captured the world’s attention, as activists in the US pressure ...

Eva Thiebaud

How Abu Dhabi uses its influence in the US

Comment: Long before the 'Abraham Accords', Abu Dhabi was investing in the US and developing an intensive lobbying strategy in Washington. Eva Thiebaud discusses a new report by Colin Powers.

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Iraqi reporter seriously wounded day after activist's killing

Journalist Ahmed Hassan was shot, in the latest attack against anti-government activists in Iraq.

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Lebanese central bank announces 'conditional' plan for dollar withdrawals

Lebanon's central bank on announced a "conditional" plan that would allow depositors, hit by strangling financial restrictions, to access part ...

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Iraqi activist's killing sparks protests against impunity

A leading Iraqi anti-government activist was killed early Sunday.

Leading Democrats demand Washington stops Israel's East Jerusalem evictions

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Leading Democrats demand Washington stops Israel's East Jerusalem evictions

Several US Democratic politicians have condemned Israel's campaign to evict Palestinians from East Jerusalem's Sheikh Jarrah ...

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US, UK lawmakers express support for Sheikh Jarrah Palestinians

Politicians around the world are expressing support for Palestinian families facing expulsion from their homes in East Jerusalem.

#SaveSheikhJarrah social media campaign gains global support

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#SaveSheikhJarrah social media campaign gains global support

Activists are using the hashtag #SaveSheikhJarrah to raise awareness about Israel's forced expulsion of Palestinians from their homes in East ...

Iran-backed militias controlling IS 'legacies' in Iraq: report

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Iran-backed militias controlling IS 'legacies' in Iraq: report

Iran-backed militias have sought to fill the vacuum left behind by the Islamic State group in Iraq, according to a Newslines Institute report.

Ex-Malaysian PM in fresh legal trouble over Covid rules

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Ex-Malaysian PM in fresh legal trouble over Covid rules

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, who is currently appealing his 1MDB corruption scandal conviction, has now been fined under ...

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