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SodaStream closes illegal settlement factory in response growing boycott campaign

But SodaStream set to benefit from Israel’s displacement of Palestinians in Naqab

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Kuwait to boycott 50 companies over role in illegal Israeli settlements

The blacklisted companies include some of the top corporate targets of the BDS movement, such as Veolia, Volvo, Heidelberg Cement, Dexia, Pizzarotti and Alstom

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More than 500 anthropologists back academic boycott of Israel

“The recent military assault on the Gaza Strip by Israel is only the latest reminder that the world’s governments and mainstream media do not hold Israel accountable for its violations of international law,” the statement notes

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Israel excluded from Italy military exercises after protests

Public pressure appears to have forced the Italian government to exclude the Israeli military from joint military exercises it was due to take part in

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Los Angeles activists block unloading of Israeli cargo ship for two days

The Block the Boat coalition of Los Angeles claimed another victory, delaying an Israeli cargo ship for more than 34 hours

Nobel laureates and 60,000 others call for military embargo on Israel

Signatories Include Desmond Tutu, Roger Waters, Alice Walker,
Michael Ondaatje, Brian Eno, Mira Nair and Mike Leigh

Palestinian Civil Society Salutes California Dockworkers and Endorses their “Block-the-Boat” BDS Action

The BNC warmly salutes the Oakland, California dockworkers and community activists for their inspiring new victory against the Israeli container ship Zim on 27 September 2014

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SodaStream: is BDS hitting where it hurts?

SodaStream’s stock is now 70% off its all-time high set in July 2011

More than 50 people joined a demonstration outside the G4S shareholders meeting at which the company announced plans to end its role in Israel's prison system, but only by 2017

G4S loses out on Irish government contract

Palestine activists campaigned against G4S being awarded the contract over its role in Israeli prisons and checkpoints

More than 50 people joined a demonstration outside the G4S shareholders meeting at which the company announced plans to end its role in Israel's prison system, but only by 2017

Why is the United Nations doing business with G4S, notorious prison supplier?

The UN is hiring G4S to provide security and its facilities in Jordan and elsewhere in the Middle East

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