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Haje Swaid (right), her daughter Amira and her children are fighting to remain on their ancestral lands The Electronic Intifada Plastic chairs, rusted children’s toys, garbage and discarded household items lay strewn between dozen
The Independent The rockets slammed in, two in succession, just after 11.30 at night. When Huda Tawfil had shaken herself awake through the confusion and terror, her first thoughts were for her baby. Seeing what she did through th
The Guardian India applied the death sentence this week for the first time since 2004, as Ajmal Amir Kasab, the only gunman to have survived the 2008 Mumbai attacks, was hanged in the city of Pune. India is among the 39 countries
BBC News This long-awaited truce was not announced by the two parties that have been locked into a cycle of violence: Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group, Hamas. Instead it was Egypt’s Foreign Minister Mohammed Kamal A
The Guardian  Tens of thousands of students will march through London today in defence of education and the welfare state. Much has changed since the present wave of the student movement began on 10 November 2010, when 50,000 marc
  The Guardian Today, the Church of England decides whether women should be bishops. The Guardian thinks it’s “extraordinary” that the General Synod is even having this debate. “To reject this particul