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Human Rights Watch said President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi should be investigated

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Israel-Gaza conflict: People power demands British action on Gaza conflict

Thousands march through London, as Obama and Cameron make a joint statement

Vladimir Putin 'sacks 18 top-ranking Russian officials'

Among those who lost their jobs were heads of the Ministry of the Interior and Federal Drug Control Service

Spain freezes military exports to Israel

Spanish foreign minister described the scenes in Gaza as heart-breaking

Rowling’s children’s charity Lumos aims to move children out of institutions such as orphanages and into family or community-based care

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Doctors from Médecins Sans Frontières treat a patient suspected to have the Ebola virus in 2007 in Congo

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Israel-Gaza conflict: More than a million people around the world take to the streets to protest at the horrific carnage unfolding in Gaza

Tens of thousands of demonstrators in London marched from the Israeli embassy in Kensington to Downing Street. Others protested in dozens of cities around the UK, including Birmingham, Cardiff and Edinburgh, as Palestinian officials announced the death toll had passed 1,000
Medics recover a body from a destroyed house in Khan Younis

Israel-Gaza conflict: Israel rejects Kerry ceasefire as it tries to crush Hamas

Even as the cabinet met, Hamas fired rockets at the southern city of Ashdod and Israeli troops continued their ground operation in Gaza

Families in Beit Hanoun yesterday

Israel-Gaza conflict: 'We told you to evacuate the school,' says Israel. 'No you didn’t,' says UN

16 died and 200 were wounded in the attack on Thursday at the shelter in Beit Hanoun

Demonstrators march through the streets from outside the Israeli embassy in central London on July 26, 2014, calling for an end to violence in Gaza.

There’s nothing new about conflating criticism of Israel with anti-Semitism

Only 15 per cent of the UK supports Israel's offensive. Are the rest anti-Semites?

Palestinians flee from Israeli air strikes in Gaza City yesterday

Israel-Gaza conflict: 'Eight hundred dead Palestinians. But Israel has impunity'

There’s something very odd about our reactions to these two outrageous death tolls

Benjamin Netanyahu (right) and Philip Hammond at the press conference in Jerusalem yesterday

Israel-Gaza conflict: Israelis pound Gaza ‘at full force’ despite demands for ceasefire

US Secretary of State, John Kerry, said the deadly incident at a UN school 'underscores the need to end the violence'

Michael Bloomberg defends Israel trip in tense CNN interview

Former Mayor of New York blasts CNN presenter for "insulting America" by asking if the FAA ban was introduced for political reasons

Bill Clinton greets conference attendees at the International Aids Conference in Melbourne

'Aids-free generation' is within our reach, Bill Clinton tells international summit

Ex-President also uses Aids 2014 Conference in Melbourne to condemn downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 which saw six researchers and activists killed

Michael Bloomberg: 'No way, no how' will he run for President

US bans Israel flights: Michael Bloomberg defies ban and flies to Tel Aviv

The former NY mayor and media mogul called on US aviation authorities to lift the ban immediately after handing a 'victory to Hamas' by halting flights to Israel

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