Posts Tagged ‘endured’

Editor of paper that endured newsroom shooting says goodbye

The editor of the Capital Gazette which won a special Pulitzer Prize citation for its coverage and courage in the face of a massacre in its newsroom, is leaving the Maryland newspaper. Rick Hutzell, who worked at the Annapolis paper for more than three decades, authored a farewell column that was published on the paper’s […]

Why I, a Moroccan journalist, endured death threats to interview Bibi in Israel, decades before normalization

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Natalie Grauer, 91, Holocaust survivor who endured horrors

(Jewish Press of Pinellas County via JTA) — If one were to make a movie about Holocaust survivor Natalie Grauer’s life, picking the most dramatic scene would be difficult. Perhaps it was when a boy she thought was her best friend betrayed her to the Nazis and she was sent to a death camp. Or […]

Israeli soldier-medic-killer ‘endured a lot’ –  so short sentence is cut by four months

Elor Azarya had “endured a lot”, said an Israeli military spokesman, announcing Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot’s decision to cut four months off the soldier-medic’s already lenient 18-month sentence for killing a wounded, immobile Palestinian alleged attacker by a bullet to the head at point blank on the street in Hebron in 2016.    There is […]

Ending UK government support for israel’s regime of apartheid and settler colonialism is more important than ever

Ending UK government support for Israel’s regime of apartheid and settler colonialism is more important than ever The Palestinian BDS National Committee (BNC), the broadest coalition of Palestinian civil society unions and coalitions that leads the global BDS movement, strongly condemns the ongoing attacks on Palestine solidarity currently taking place in the UK, especially those […]

Criminalizing conscience: Volunteers who save refugees from drowning off Greece could be charged as smugglers

     A petition has been launched calling on EU leaders to scrap plans that would criminalize those who rescue migrants and refugees arriving on the Greek islands as part of a push to secure the border between Turkey and Greece. London-based civil liberties watchdog Statewatch has released the confidential European Commission report detailing the plan, […]

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