War & Peace

Jon Queally, staff writer
In what one journalist described as the " first near-confirmation " of civilian deaths caused by U.S.-led airstrikes inside Syria, an official announcement by the Pentagon on Thursday that one of its bombs "likely led" to the death of two young children was met by derision and suspicion by experts who say the real deathtoll of innocent people...
Sarah Lazare, staff writer
Destroyed buildings in Gaza pictured six months after the beginning of the latest Israeli military assault. February 26, 2015. (Photo: Oxfam International)
Nine months after Israel's 51-day military assault on Gaza, a damning new...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
The extraordinary February 15, 2003 march against the U.S. invasion of Iraq,...

Further...

In what critics dubbed "a shameful and racist measure" - yes, another - Israel's so-called defense minister launched a program preventing thousands of Arab workers from riding the same buses as pristine Israelis in order to achieve “better control of the Palestinians" - an action causing such outrage that within hours Netanyahu reversed it. The message here, one more time: "Democracy and occupation cannot co-exist.”