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Benjamin Netanyahu is out for now but how long will Bennett rule?

Ending weeks of speculation and uncertainty about the possibility of a transition, the Naftali Bennett-led government received Knesset’s support by the narrowest of margins of 60-59

Foreign fighters and mercenaries in Libya will face prosecution for war crimes, warns ICC

The ICC has reiterated calls by the United Nations last week urging Libyan armed factions and foreign fighters to free people that are being illegally detained in the country’s official and unofficial detention centers

ICC investigation Palestine Academics urge ICC to not rely on Israeli investigations while probing war crimes in Palestine

The letter asks the ICC to work with Israeli and Palestinian human rights groups to gather evidence and documentation for its war crimes investigation in Palestine

The fight against evictions in Palestine’s Sheikh Jarrah

At least six Palestinian families out of 28 in Sheikh Jarrah were asked to vacate their homes after some Jewish organizations filed a case claiming that the land belongs to Jews.

Palestinians evicted, East Jerusalem Palestinians protest forceful eviction of families from Sheikh Jarrah in occupied East Jerusalem

An Israeli court ordered at least 13 out of a total of 28 Palestinian families in the Sheikh Jarrah locality to vacate the houses they have been inhabiting for generations to pave the way for the construction of an illegal Jewish settlement

ICC announces investigation into Israel’s war crimes in Palestine and other stories

In today’s episode we take a look at the ICC’s decision to launch an investigation into Israeli war crimes in Palestine, the ongoing brutal crackdown on anti-coup protesters in Myanmar, the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act passed by the US House of Representatives, and the anti-government protests in Chile

Philippines drug war Philippines’ justice secretary admits wrongdoing in anti-drug operations

Findings of the Philippines Department of Justice show that police officers did not follow protocol in anti-drug operations where suspects were killed for resisting arrest. Rights groups and advocates say the admission is “too belittling and too belated”

Sudanese protest against continuing atrocities by Rapid Support Forces militia

The Rapid Support Forces militia has reportedly engaged in brutal violence in the States of South and West Darfur, as well as the State of South Kordofan, over the past few weeks.

Israel demolishes Palestinian homes Israel demolishes dozens of Palestinian homes in occupied West Bank

While illegal demolition of Palestinian houses is routinely carried out by Israeli forces with complete impunity, the demolitions carried out on Wednesday are being viewed as being related to the proposed illegal annexation of the Jordan valley

US threatens Intl. Criminal Court as prosecution for war crimes in Afghanistan looms

A pre-trial chamber of the court will soon decide on a prosecutor’s request for investigating the US army and the CIA for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Afghanistan

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