Two Israeli border guards take aim at Palestinians in West Bank. File
A black-and-white banner declaring a strike replaced the usually illuminated billboard over Gaza City's central Omar al-Mukhtar street.
The Israeli authorities demolished a record number of at least 140 Palestinian homes in east Jerusalem this year, as per rights group B’Tselem, and the silence of the international community
Pope Francis is absolutely correct in opposing inequitable solutions aimed at ending the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as they would only be a prelude to new crises.
Deep budget cuts to education and rising poverty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic could force at least 9.7 million children out of school forever by the end of this year, with millions more falling behind in learning, according to the Save the Children organization,
In today’s world of smartphones and gadgets, children are losing interest in learning and writing, devoting most of their time to surfing the internet. Even young school children these days fiddle around with their pods,
The Supreme Court needs to rule without delay on the constitutional validity of the Centre’s action in creating a trust which bears the Prime Minister’s name but is outside the government’s financial system to raise and disburse money for disaster relief.
When China passed its new Hong Kong security law on June 30, officials said it would affect only “extremely few criminals.” Less than two weeks later, it’s clear Beijing is trying to wipe away signs of the city’s protest movement from the streets.