Senate fails to approve a $118bn bipartisan package that would tighten immigration laws, help Ukraine fight a Russian invasion and bolster Israel.
Netanyahu rejects "bizarre demands" of ceasefire; new round of talks begins today.
The ICJ’s order is a step in the right direction but the drums must continue to be beaten for a ceasefire as the court has ignored that cry.
There could be no better applicant for these proceedings than this former apartheid and colonised state and one against whom Israeli accusations of libel and anti-Semitism are less likely to stick.
The late Nobel peace laureate’s “life-size statue” will be temporarily on show “until the bombing of Gaza stops”, his foundation says.
Claims both the journalists were "members of Gaza-based terrorist organisations actively involved in attacks against IDF (army) forces".
In the same way that the British cited terrorism as the reason why India was not ready for self-rule, so do the Israelis and their Western benefactors in denying freedom to Palestinians.
"All the world needs to see what is happening here,” he says after burying his eldest son; Al Jazeera network says strike was a deliberate attack.
Outlet’s managing editor lauds deceased for his work ethic, commitment to journalism; family of injured journalist was killed in a strike last month.
Arab and Muslim men are instantly guilty, stripped of the presumption of innocence and the right to due process. They are terrorists until proven otherwise.
Three presidents of elite universities faced withering criticism following their testimony during a congressional hearing on campus anti-Semitism.
JUI-F chief alleges PTI govt was "backed by Jews" to come to power with agenda of "withdrawing support from Kashmir, disintegrating Pakistan".
Red Cross expresses concern, says all detainees must be treated with humanity and dignity in accordance with international humanitarian law.
Amnesty says strikes "were likely a direct attack on civilians that must be investigated as a war crime".
Amid Israel's onslaught, Gazan journalists have taken it upon themselves to reveal their harsh realities using limited resources.
Under the agreement reached between Israel and Hamas, a total of 50 Israeli hostages are to be exchanged for 150 Palestinian prisoners over four days.
Qatar foreign ministry spokesperson says “the skies will be clear” of drones for a period of time to “allow for the hostage release to happen in a safe environment”.
Hamas leader says truce agreement with Israel in sight, Qatar says negotiations to free hostages at their “closest point” to a deal.
Calls for halting arms exports to Israel; Iranian president makes first trip to Saudi Arabia after mending ties.
Says the UN Security Council is “paralysed due to certain powers on the council who have prevented the call for a ceasefire”.
The Palestinian community’s roots run deep in Chile, with immigration starting in the late 19th century when Christians fled the faltering Ottoman Empire.
Saudi Arabia says statement shows "penetration of extremism and brutality" among Israeli government members.
Ex-Israeli official says settlers are using deployment of soldiers to Gaza to wage unimpeded attacks.
A telephone and internet blackout isolated people in the Gaza Strip from the world and from each other over the weekend.
JI, JUI-F, PML-Q hold rallies; Fazl, Siraj censure own government, Muslim world on "weak stance".
For decades, Israel has framed its conflict with Palestine as a war between Jews and Muslims, in an attempt to justify and expand its territorial occupation.
If Israel continues its merciless assault, and the West continues to aid it, the Middle East will explode.
Large crowds march through centre of London to demand govt call for a halt to hostilities.
Says “Israeli obstacles”, including truck inspection procedures, impeding prompt delivery of aid.
“We have no other choice but to work and serve the injured to save them," says one medic.