The US report on the killing of the Palestinian-American journalist appears to dilute the clear responsibility of Israeli forces
In today’s episode, we bring you stories from the probe into the killing of a Palestinian journalist by Israel, Canada’s agreements with First Nations, farmers’ protests in India, and a new law in Bolivia
In today’s episode, we bring you the UK government’s decision on the extradition of Julian Assange, the sanctioning of nine companies by the US, an Israeli raid in Jenin and mobilizations by Italian migrant groups
Meanwhile, an internal probe conducted by the Israeli forces confirmed that its personnel were responsible for “misconduct” at the funeral procession of Al-Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh in May
The Indian government continues to deepen its ties with Israel despite the growing number of voices calling out the latter for its apartheid policies against Palestinians
Israeli authorities reportedly fear that the investigation may demoralize the army which operates “under caution” and also create controversy in Israeli society
According to UN agencies, there are 6,293,390 Palestinian refugees in the Arab world alone which includes refugees living in occupied Gaza and West Bank.
Palestinians continue to resist the continued attempts to displace, dispossess, and expel them from their native land by the Israeli state
Today we look at the US federal inquiry into Indigenous boarding schools, the murder of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, and more
According to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), at least 18 journalists have been killed in Israel/Palestine since 1992.
Journalists, media groups, and human right organizations from across the world are demanding accountability and justice for the killing of Shireen Abu Akleh and accusing Israel of attempting a whitewash investigation
Over 20 progressive news outlets, including TeleSUR TV and Pan African TV, have signed a statement condemning the assassination of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh