Headlines for November 17, 2023

Israel Lays Siege to Gaza’s Hospitals, Strikes Jabaliya Refugee Camp Amid Telecoms Blackout, Israeli Drone Strike Kills 3 Palestinians in Occupied West Bank, U.S. CENTCOM Commander Meets Top Israeli Officials Amid Mounting Regional Violence, Protesters Shut Down Boston and San Francisco Bridges Demanding End to U.S. Support for War on Gaza, Vermont Rep. Becca Balint Becomes First Jewish Congressmember to Call for Ceasefire, L.A. Times Calls for Gaza Ceasefire to End Israel’s “Indiscriminate Killing of Palestinian Civilians”, Russian Artist Gets 7 Years in Prison for Replacing Grocery Price Tags with Antiwar Messages, Ismael Villagómez Becomes at Least 5th Journalist Killed in Mexico This Year, 100+ Imprisoned Immigrants in Washington State Launch Hunger Strike, Judge Declares Mistrial for Officer Who Shot into Breonna Taylor’s Home During Deadly Raid, Paul Pelosi Attacker Found Guilty of Attempted Kidnapping, Assault, Disgraced NY Rep. George Santos Will Not Run in 2024 Amid Myriad Findings of Fraud, UAW Members Vote to Ratify Contracts with “Big 3” Despite Some Lingering Dissent, Thousands of Starbucks Workers Walk Off the Job on “Red Cup Day”, Headlines November 17, 2023 Watch Headlines Israel Lays Siege to Gaza’s Hospitals, Strikes Jabaliya Refugee Camp Amid Telecoms Blackout Nov 17, 2023 Israel’s unceasing bombardment of the Gaza Strip has entered its seventh week, with fresh attacks on residential buildings in the Jabaliya refugee camp that killed at least 18 people. On Thursday, Gaza’s main telecommunications companies went out of service due to a lack of fuel for generators, plunging,2023-11-17 13:00:00,Read More