Mistaken drone attack in Nigeria kills dozens | Drone Strikes News

NewsFeed Nigeria’s president has ordered an investigation into a military drone strike that killed at least 85 people who were celebrating the Muslim holiday of Maulud. The Army says troops “wrongly analysed” the group’s activities and mistook them for bandits. Published On 5 Dec 20235 Dec 2023

How does Israel compare to failed states? | Israel-Palestine conflict

Critics describe Israel as a political entity that can only survive with repression and state-sanctioned violence. Israel has been in a state of near-perpetual war for decades, receives billions of dollars a year in aid and weapons, and has consistently broken international law by expanding its occupation and settlements. Governments and international human rights organisations … Read more

Nativity scene places baby Jesus in rubble | Israel-Palestine conflict News

NewsFeed “This is what Christmas looks like in Palestine.” A church in the occupied West Bank has changed this year’s nativity scene, laying baby Jesus in the rubble, to show solidarity with the people of Gaza. Published On 5 Dec 20235 Dec 2023

Israel-Gaza war: Does the West have the power to stop Israel? | Israel-Palestine conflict

Former French ambassador to Israel talks with Marc Lamont Hill on the West’s response to Israel’s war on Gaza. While Western countries initially expressed their unconditional support for Israel after the October 7 attacks, eventually some began voicing their concern as the humanitarian crisis and the civilian death toll in Gaza worsened. France’s President Emmanuel … Read more

Will Israel heed US calls to protect civilians or risk ‘strategic failure’? | Israel-Palestine conflict

The administration of US President Joe Biden appears to be ramping up pressure on Israel to keep Palestinians safe. Israel’s military has resumed its assault on the besieged Gaza Strip after a seven-day truce collapsed. More than 15,000 people have been killed in Gaza since early October, according to Palestinian health authorities. The limited number … Read more

Will the world continue to prioritise profits over the environment? | Climate Crisis

As world leaders gather for COP28, young people are left to bear the brunt of the lack of action by those in control. As the planet hits record temperatures year by year, world leaders are meeting in Dubai for the COP28 summit with a large task at hand: lowering greenhouse gas emissions, reducing reliance on … Read more

People killed and missing as Indonesian volcano erupts | Volcanoes

NewsFeed Hikers have filmed videos of themselves covered in ash after getting caught in a deadly volcanic eruption on Indonesia’s Mount Marapi. Eleven people have died and Indonesian authorities say 12 more are missing. Published On 4 Dec 20234 Dec 2023

What are the implications of Israel’s reported use of AI in Gaza war? | Israel-Palestine conflict

Israel is reportedly using artificial intelligence technology to select and expand potential targets. Israel’s war has devastated much of Gaza. The few days of calm under a temporary ceasefire with Hamas have all but disappeared now, with Israel resuming its air strikes and shelling. Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly warned that he wants … Read more

Released Israeli captive urges gov’t to get others out of Gaza | Israel-Palestine conflict

NewsFeed An Israeli captive released last week has spoken publicly for the first time. Yelena Trupanob addressed a rally in Tel Aviv following the collapse of the Israel-Hamas truce, to plead that more be done to bring the remaining captives home, including her son still held in Gaza. Published On 3 Dec 20233 Dec 2023