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Haaretz - How the US State Department Deleted the Occupied Territories

Its official reports now adopt the 'occupation denial' language of senior Trump appointees. But the damage to America's credibility won't be limited to Israel/Palestine: Russia and China will also have reason to celebrate. Recently the Acting Secretary of State, John J. Sullivan, released the State Department’s annual human rights report covering nearly 200 countries and territories around the world. The report is required by U.S. law and is used as a factual resource for Congress, the Executive and Judicial branches in their decision-making processes.

Newsletter - April 2018
At the end of March 2018, there were 304 Palestinian children held as 'security prisoners' in Israeli prisons. 53% of children were detained inside Israel in violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention.
US State Department - Human rights report (April 2018)
[24 April 2018] – On 20 April 2018, the US State Department published its annual global report on human rights for 2017 (the Report).
Testimony: N.T.A.I.
On 21 April 2018, a 17-year-old youth from Al Arrub camp is arrested by Israeli soldiers at 2:30 a.m. He reports being interrogated without first being informed of his right to silence or right to consult with a lawyer. He is released without charge on 24 April 2018.