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Palestinians collect the remains of bodies at a United Nation-run school sheltering Palestinians displaced by an Israeli ground offensive, that witnesses said was hit by Israeli shelling, in Jebalya refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip July 30, 2014 (Reuters / Mohammed Salem) ​‘It is a human catastrophe in Gaza’ – UNRWA spokesperson
Potentially hundreds of thousands of people, including women and children, have been made homeless in just over three weeks, UNRWA spokesperson Christopher Gunnes told RT. 8
Demonstrators hold banners during an anti-fracking protest in central London March 19, 2014 (Reuters / Neil Hall) UK enslaved to money... and fracking
William Blake was thinking of Jesus when he wrote these seminal words, but many English rural dwellers are thinking of Blake's prose now as fracking threatens to come to Albion's countryside. 2 by Bryan MacDonald
A Palestinian firefighter participates in efforts to put out a fire from the wreckage of a house, which witnesses said was destroyed in an Israeli air strike, in Gaza City July 31, 2014 (Reuters / Mohammed Salem) Israel always the victim… especially when it’s the executioner
A global outpouring of sympathy for the Palestinian cause has again arisen since Israel launched Operation Protective Edge in Gaza earlier this month. And the only people who seem unmoved by scenes of indiscriminate bloodletting are Israelis themselves. 37 by Nile Bowie
A Palestinian woman cries as she holds her son at a United Nations-run school sheltering Palestinians displaced by an Israeli ground offensive, that witnesses said was hit by Israeli shelling, in Jebalya refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip July 30, 2014 (Reuters / Mohammed Salem) 'Let's sanction Russia!'
​Israel shells a UN school in Gaza killing 15. It's the sixth time a UN school has been struck. 33 by Neil Clark
EU Flags fly at half mast in front of the Berlaymont European Commision Bulding in Brussels (AFP Photo) Financial sanctions against Russia ‘are quite potent’
​The immediate impact on the Russian economy is not going to be crippling, but sanctions will work in the long run starving Russian banks and companies of funding over the next few years, Wolfgang Munchau, director Eurointelligence news blog, told RT. 4
Smoke and flames are seen during Israeli offensive in the east of Gaza City July 30, 2014 (Reuters / Ahmed Zakot) India voting for Palestine at UNHRC: Human consideration over material realism
As Benjamin Netanyahu talks of “prolonged war”, Gaza burns and the death toll rises every day, its only power plant razed to the ground, and helpless Egyptian mediators who keep revising their ceasefire proposals. 3 by Jhinuk Chowdhury
An Israeli artillery gun fires a 155mm shell towards targets in the Gaza Strip from their position near Israel's border with the Gaza Strip on July 30, 2014. (AFP Photo) ‘US paying for Israel’s systematic campaign of terror’
Israel is engaged in a systematic, cold blooded genocide against the people of Gaza, at the expense of US tax payers, says William Dores, political analyst who has visited Gaza twice as a member of a fact-finding mission. 17
President to the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker (Reuters / Thierry Charlier) Germany’s trade surplus: Feeding euro crisis
President-elect of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker needs to bite the hand which fed him high office by fining Germany for economic achievements. 10 by Patrick Young
India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C23), carrying five satellites, lifts off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, north of the southern Indian city of Chennai June 30, 2014. (Reuters / Babu) Lighter than ‘Gravity’: Why the world should take note of India’s Mars mission
India's maiden Mars mission, launched in November 2013, has covered about 80 percent of its journey, and is likely to hit the Red Planet after the 540 million km journey on September 24 as slated. 8 by Rajeev Sharma
A 15th century wooden crucifix attributed by Italian Renaissance artist Michelangelo Buonarroti (AFP Photo / Filippo Monteforte) ​‘I’m excited that they are doing a gay, cowboy Jesus film’
Reza Aslan stands on a stage in Vancouver, dwarfed by a giant image of Jesus Christ. 8

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