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Israeli raid in Jenin Palestinians rise up in anger against killing of four people by Israel in Jenin raid

Over 150 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli raids this year alone with 36 deaths being recorded in Jenin. Protests have been taking place across the occupied territories against these atrocities

Israel raids Al Aqsa Israeli settlers and occupation forces again storm Al-Aqsa, attack Palestinian worshippers 

On the occasion of the Jewish new year, Rosh Hashanah, Israeli occupation forces barricaded different parts of the occupied West Bank to allow easy access to settlers who performed worship at the site, prohibited by law

Ravi river dev project Pakistan Farmers in Punjab province of Pakistan protest forced acquisition of land

Farmers claim that the forcible acquisition of their farmlands for the Ravi Riverfront Urban Development Project (RRUDP) is illegal and in violation of the order passed by the Supreme Court in January this year

Palestinian administrative detainees on hunger strike Palestinian prisoners go on indefinite hunger strike against Israeli administrative detention policy 

30 Palestinian administrative detainees in Israeli jails started their hunger strike on September 25, with more expected to join in the coming days  

Islah Jad Interview “The killing of a Palestinian is a daily act”

Islah Jad, a women’s rights activist and lecturer at Birzeit University, speaks about the state of the health system in Palestine and why organizations working for the Palestinian people are being targeted by Israel

Ali Wazir Pakistan Ali Wazir: Pakistan’s prisoner of conscience

Even after a court in Karachi granted him bail, it remains a question when will Ali Wazir, the Pashtun rights activist targeted for his activism and criticism of the Pakistani army, walk free

Yemen 21st Sept revolution anniversary Yemenis mark Houthi capture of Sanaa and condemn Saudi-led war

On September 21, 2014, a Houthi-led armed resistance captured Yemen’s capital Sanaa and forced the Saudi and US-backed President Abdrabbu Mansur Hadi to flee

Filipinos in the US protest far-right President Marcos at his UN-debut

US-based Filipino organizations confront the dictatorial leadership of the Philippines, as President Marcos Jr. encourages US investors to exploit his nation

Shireen Abu Akleh Shireen Abu Akleh was deliberately killed by an Israeli sniper, claims fresh investigation report   

Forensic Architecture and Al-Haq issued their findings after findings after a new investigation. Abu Akleh’s family has moved the ICC seeking Israeli accountability for her killing

Visakhapatnam steel plant India How Visakhapatnam’s steel was tempered

The dossier, The People’s Steel Plant and the Fight Against Privatisation in Visakhapatnam, published by Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research, details the inspiring struggle of a people for a steel plant, livelihood, and dignity

Afghan people face a deadly humanitarian crisis

As winter approaches, the UN Security Council should set aside differences and urgently focus on how to send assistance to Afghanistan’s impoverished people

“Particulate matter can contribute to increase in anemia among women of reproductive age in India”

A study has found that the prevalence of anemia among women of reproductive age may increase with long-term exposure to Particulate Matter (PM) 2.5, a type of air pollutant