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Nine filmmakers, including Julian Assange's brother Gabriel Shipton, said that the Doc Edge Film Festival is 'legitimizing an abhorrent and racist apartheid regime'.
In an interview Jeremy Corbyn lashed out at the UK establishment and Israel, saying they were behind his failure to become prime minister during the 2019 elections.
The parliament of the Catalonia autonomous region has become the first in Europe to acknowledge the crime of apartheid committed by Israel against the Palestinian people.
The Israeli embassy commended the 'fast action' by Argentine authorities who 'identified in real time the potential threat' posed by an Iranian aircraft grounded at Buenos Aires Airport.
Biden's planned trip to Saudi Arabia has been criticised by US officials who have urged the President not to visit the Kingdom over Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's alleged role in the murder of journalist and US resident Jamal Khashoggi.
Spain is investigating Israeli spyware firm behind the hacking of mobile phones belonging to Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and Defence Minister Margarita Robles, which occurred last month.
Mitt Romney, a Republican former presidential candidate, and Jon Ossoff, Georgia's first Jewish senator, said they are 'deeply disturbed' by Shireen Abu Akleh's killing.