Gaza destruction comes under forensic lens in Amnesty report
By Tristan Martin LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – About two weeks into last year's conflict in Gaza, Palestinian photographer Jehad Saftawi began to tire of venturing into the city every day to take images of the wreckage. For several weeks, Saftawi became one of hundreds of Gazans to document the impact of "Operation Protective Edge", launched by Israel in response to rockets and mortar bombs fired by Hamas and other militant groups out of Gaza into Israel.
27 May, 2015 Hamas executed Palestinians during Israel war: Amnesty Amnesty International accused the Islamist movement Hamas Wednesday of committing war crimes against fellow Palestinians to "settle scores" during last year's Gaza war with Israel, executing at least 23 people. A report by the London-based rights group detailed the "brutal campaign of […]
5 November, 2014 Amnesty berates Israel for civilian deaths in Gaza war The Israeli military displayed "shocking disregard" for civilian lives in Gaza during its devastating 50-day war on militants in the Palestinian territory, Amnesty International said in a report Wednesday. Israel rejected the London-based rights group's findings, saying it produced "no […]
2 March, 2015 UN peace envoy chides world over lack of Gaza aid UN Middle East peace envoy Robert Serry criticised the international community Monday over the failure to deliver aid promised for reconstructing Gaza, on his final trip to the Palestinian territory. Israel and Hamas fought a devastating 50-day war in the besieged coastal enclave last […]
10 January, 2009 Israel tells Gazans to brace for war escalation
(AP) AP - Israel dropped bombs and leaflets on Gaza Saturday, pounding suspected rocket sites and tunnels used by Hamas militants and warning of a wider offensive despite frantic diplomacy to end the bloodshed.
12 November, 2017 U.S. to promote 'universal access' to fossil fuels at climate talks By Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States hopes to promote wider use of fossil fuels at a global meeting on climate change next week, a White House official said, reflecting the gaping divide between Washington and the rest of the ...