Ava Winstanley of Electronic Intifada examines how the Netanyahu government silences critical voices in the United Kingdom and beyond.
Authorities say there are now nine men being force-fed under court order in a detention center in El Paso, Texas.
Pundits like to tell themselves that Gulf money has corrupted the U.S. In fact, its dealings are part of a much larger imperial project.
By citing prominent rights groups that often express an imperial perspective, the corporate media seem to provide critical assessments that are independent of Western officialdom. Don’t buy it.
These would be the first exercises of their kind since the coalition's intervention in the Yemeni civil war in 2015.
A fact-finding mission cites "human rights violations" that amount to "the gravest crimes under international law."
Ahead of an emergency U.N. General Assembly meeting on a resolution condemning Israel’s “excessive use of force," Human Rights Watch assesses the recent violence against Palestinians.
"Roxy died due to medical negligence by U.S. immigration authorities," a statement from immigrant rights groups says. "Why incarcerate and torture her like this?"
Citing "a culture of impunity," Foreign Minister Riad Malki asks the International Criminal Court to open an investigation into alleged Israeli crimes against the Palestinian people, including settlement policies.