News and Analysis (1/30/19)

The warden’s insistence that the condemned man must have a Christian minister rather than a Muslim imam as his spiritual adviser in the execution chamber violates his freedom of religion:

It took Israeli security two hours to respond and then they focused on teargassing Palestinians and three more were injured by live ammunition and “it was not clear whether they were shot by settlers or soldiers”:

Netanyahu contends that “unarmed civilians” stationed in Hebron “for more than 20 years to report on human rights violations” are “acting against his country”:

The Iranian government hypocritically grants itself a privilege it denies to its citizens:

Taking “Venezuelan oil off the market, also will likely make it that much harder to put the screws to Iran with tougher restrictions on Tehran’s oil sales later this spring”:

“The American assessment presented by [Dan] Coats on Tuesday appeared to contradict” Israeli’s claims of “near victory over Iran in Syria”:

“The family says that the terror started on Christmas Day when bullets went flying through the front of their home”:

AI charges “four companies are contributing to, and profiting from, the maintenance, development and expansion of illegal settlements, which amount to war crimes under international criminal law”:






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