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Topic - Pro-Palestinian
Oxfam International said Thursday that American actress Scarlett Johansson's support of an Israeli company operating in a West Bank settlement was incompatible with her role as an Oxfam Global Ambassador.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the University of California, Berkeley filed by two Jewish students who claimed the school fostered an atmosphere of anti-Semitism by not doing enough to curb harassment during pro-Palestinian protests that included mock checkpoints.
Israel's navy boarded two small protest boats trying to break the blockade of the Gaza Strip on Friday and towed them to an Israeli port just north of the Palestinian territory, officials said. The military said no one was hurt.
Maher Khoudari boasts that his Gaza grocery has a wide assortment of chocolates for sale - even some you couldn't find in the cosmopolitan Israeli city of Tel Aviv. The problem is, there is no one to buy them.
Pro-Palestinian activists announced Monday that they would send a second flotilla aimed at breaking Israel's blockade of the Gaza Strip during the last two weeks of May, roughly a year after an Israeli raid on the first "Freedom Flotilla" resulted in the deaths of nine passengers.
A rain-sodden hillside collapsed on homes in a suburb of Costa Rica's capital early Thursday, killing at least 20 people, many as they slept.
Mainline Protestant denominations have become known for their unremitting debates over homosexuality, but a new hot-button issue has emerged in the past few years: the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.