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Women, children, UN staff killed in shelling of school in Gaza
Women, children and UN staff were among those killed during the shelling of a UN-run school in northern Gaza, in which hundreds of people had taken refuge. United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed outrage and horror at the tragedy.

24.07.2014 17:18

Human rights ad listing dead Gaza children barred from Israeli radio
Pro-Palestinian human rights group B’Tselem is lodging an appeal to the top Israeli court, after its paid-for announcement – which was simply a list of killed Palestinian youths – was rejected by Israel’s media regulator for being too "political".

24.07.2014 16:26

NYPD cops use illegal chokehold on suspected subway farebeater (VIDEO)
New York City police officers are under investigation for using a chokehold, a move banned under NYPD rules, on a man accused of skipping subway fare. The incident occurred three days before Eric Garner died during a similar arrest.

24.07.2014 14:09

Custody deaths: Britain’s Police brutality most pertinent for black communities
Next month on the August 4, we will mark the third anniversary of the killing of Mark Duggan at the hands of the police on the streets of north London.

24.07.2014 14:30

Journalist captured in E. Ukraine released, RT stringer remains in detention
A journalist released from the ANNA news agency, who was captured along with RT contributor Graham Phillips, told RT that they were abducted by the Ukrainian army and tortured and beaten. Phillips’ fate remains unknown.

24.07.2014 12:46

Islamic State militants turn conquered Syria/Iraq territories into jihadist tourist paradise
Militants with the Islamic State (formerly ISIS) have decided to turn their recent conquests into a tourist business, complete with jihadist honeymoons and themed tours across Syria and Iraq.

24.07.2014 13:20

​‘Saddest photo yet’: Astronaut photographs Gaza offensive from space
A German astronaut managed to capture the Gaza war zone from space while aboard the International Space Station. He called it his “saddest photo yet.”

24.07.2014 04:59

‘Boycott Israel’: Thousands march in Paris in pro-Palestinian rally
Thousands of people in Paris and other cities across France have rallied to express their protest against Israel’s military operation in Gaza, which has resulted in over 600 deaths, many of them children, in the space of two weeks.

24.07.2014 04:31

Islamic scholars speak out against expulsion of Iraqi Christians
Dozens of Iraqi Christian families have fled their hometown of Mosul after Islamist hardliners gave them a choice of converting, praying, or dying. This treatment has been denounced by influential Islamic scholars.

23.07.2014 16:00

‘Trojan Horse’ teachers deem Lee Rigby murder and Boston bombings hoaxes
Thousands of anti-Western, anti-American and anti-Israeli WhatsApp messages were exchanged between teachers at the center of the Trojan Horse schools plot, claims a government commissioned report.

23.07.2014 12:02

ISS ‘making millions’ out of stolen oil revenues in Iraq
ISIS militants are using the revenue from seized oil fields to finance their newly-formed Islamic state in northern Iraq. Sources within the regional government say the extremist militants are “making millions” in illegal trade.

23.07.2014 07:33

The meeting that tested future relations between India and Pakistan
There can be only two ways to look at the meeting between Indian journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik and Pakistan-based India-focused terror mastermind, Hafiz Saeed.

23.07.2014 11:58

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