Former British foreign secretary Jack Straw intimated on Saturday that his dismissal was connected to a briefing he gave to a group of journalists in Riyadh.
Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor has said that the children in the Gaza Strip are suffering from food insecurity and lack of adequate health and educational services as a result of 11 years of ongoing Israeli blockade.
A French delegation of elected officials and lawmakers on Friday decided to postpone their visit to imprisoned Palestinian activists, “faced with Israeli government threats”.
Four schools in central Gaza have been provided with desalination units, after funding from a UK charity allowed the project to go ahead, according to the Palestinian Information Centre.
The French foreign ministry on Tuesday asked the Israeli authorities to allow its politicians to enter the country to visit the occupied territories and Palestinian prisoners.
Scotland’s Police Investigations & Review Commissioner (PIRC) has warned Police Scotland over its conduct towards pro-Palestinian campaigners, saying that officers’ actions risked violating the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), including the rights to protest in peace and to privacy.
Representatives from 24 European countries, including parliamentarians, legal experts, journalists, and activists, met in Brussels earlier this week in the first European conference on Israeli settlement activity, agreeing on a declaration that accuses Israel of establishing an “apartheid regime” in the West Bank.