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:Israeli tourism wipes Palestinian territories from the map
A deceptive tourism poster, which included occupied Palestinian territories as part of Israel, has been removed from the London Underground after protests from commuters.
:Mideast: Gaza death toll 'much higher'
'An Israeli human rights group has claimed that far more innocent Palestinian civilians were killed in the Israeli military offensive in the Gaza Strip this year than the military has admitted. According to Israeli rights group B'Tselem, 1,387 Palestinians were killed during the three weeks of Operation Cast Lead, of whom 773 were civilians - including children.
The group's report contradicts an Israeli army report stating that fewer than 300 civilians died in the conflict that took place between December 2008 and January 2009.'
:CIA working with Palestinian security agents
'US agency co-operating with Palestinian counterparts who allegedly torture Hamas supporters in West Bank
Palestinian security agents who have been detaining and allegedly torturing supporters of the Islamist organisation Hamas in the West Bank have been working closely with the CIA, the Guardian has learned.
Less than a year after Barack Obama signed an executive order that prohibited torture and provided for the lawful interrogation of detainees in US custody, evidence is emerging the CIA is co-operating with security agents whose continuing use of torture has been widely documented by human rights groups.'
:Israel's Gaza blockade continues to suffocate daily life
'Israel must end its suffocating blockade of the Gaza Strip, which leaves more than 1.4 million Palestinians cut off from the outside world and struggling with desperate poverty, Amnesty International said one year on from the end of Israel's military offensive in Gaza.
Amnesty International's briefing paper Suffocating: The Gaza Strip under Israeli blockade
gathers testimony from people still struggling to rebuild their lives following Operation "Cast Lead", which killed around 1,400 Palestinians and injured thousands more.'