One of the largest unions in North America adds its voice to the call for a ceasefire between Israel and Palestine on the first day that Israel resumed its attacks on Gaza
After talks in Doha to extend the ceasefire did not lead to a conclusion, Israel resumed its attacks on Gaza on Friday, killing at least 21 people, including a journalist. The US expressed support to Israel’s decision
The bias and censorship by social media platforms limits Israeli accountability for its crimes in Palestine and feeds into the dehumanization of Palestinians
Hugo Chávez understood earlier than other Latin American left-wing leaders the rising Asian power’s commitment to build a multipolar world
Demonstrators have organized this vigil as part of the “Shut It Down for Palestine” campaign, determined to disrupt business as usual as long as there is no permanent ceasefire in Israel’s war on Gaza.
The temporary truce provides opportunity to asses the scale of destruction caused by almost 50 days of Israeli bombings in Gaza that killed over 15,000 people, mostly civilians
The Biden Administration extols the Camp David Agreement as a qualitative leap forward in the US, Japan, and South Korea military cooperation
As negotiations between the Israeli Occupation Authorities and Hamas continued on Wednesday to potentially extend the ceasefire in Gaza, a sixth group of Palestinian political prisoners held by Israel are set to be released.
Wednesday is the last day of the extended truce between Israel and Hamas. Both sides have expressed the intention to extend the truce if their conditions are met
Israel occupied the Syrian Golan Heights in the 1967 war and has refused to withdraw despite multiple UN resolutions. 91 countries voted in favor of the latest UNGA resolution while the US and UK voted against it
With over 15,000 dead and 6,500 missing from Israeli attacks on Gaza, the world is mobilizing on the day of International Solidarity with the Palestinian People
The three-day nationwide protest called by central trade unions and farmers’ organizations against government policies concluded on November 28 with a call to defeat the ruling BJP in the 2024 elections if key demands are not met