Conflict & Justice

Palestinian arrests in the West Bank have skyrocketed

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There’s been a 100% increase in the number of Palestinians detained since Oct. 7. And watchdog groups are sounding the alarm on what they claim are ‘brutal’ conditions inside Israeli prisons. The grounds for the arrests are often murky, and many are put into administrative detentions that can last for weeks or months. At least 27 Palestinians have died while in Israeli prisons in the last eight months. Rebecca Rosman reports from Israel.

Even in the ‘Oasis of Peace’ — where Arabs and Jews are neighbors — residents struggle to talk about the Israel-Hamas war 

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Colombia joins efforts to boycott Israel — but other countries in the region take a more cautious approach 

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Haiti’s new leaders vow to take on gangs

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‘It’s a lifelong injury’: From Gaza to Doha, children bear the scars of war 

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Exclusive: Lebanon’s foreign minister says his country doesn’t want a war with Israel

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In an exclusive interview in Beirut with The World’s Shirin Jaafari, Lebanon’s foreign minister says his country cannot afford an all-out war with Israel.

Journalist says parts of Sudan’s capital are now ‘almost unrecognizable’

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Foreign journalists have mostly been unable to gain access amid Sudan’s ongoing civil war. But New York Times Africa bureau chief Declan Walsh was able to travel across the country for several weeks and told The World what he saw on the ground.

US army official resigns over ‘unqualified’ US support for Israel’s war in Gaza

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Major Harrison Mann decided to resign from the US Army after serving in it for 13 years over the United States’ handling of Israel’s war in Gaza.

These Israelis are trying to counter other Israelis blocking humanitarian aid to Gaza

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Since Israel’s offensive began in Rafah in May, the amount of aid actually entering Gaza has dropped by two-thirds, according to the United Nations. Some of it has been stopped by Israeli citizens blocking the aid from entering. Now, other Israelis are pushing back to try to help get aid in.

‘You just keep going’: This Ukrainian family is back together in Lviv but they miss their hometown of Kharkiv

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Over the last few months, Russia has intensified its assault on the Kharkiv region. It has also intensified its missile and drone attacks on Kharkiv city. Many Ukrainians living near the border with Russia, in the Kharkiv region are fleeing, seeking safety further west.