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The call for BDS measures in Brazil is particularly significant because the country is one of the largest buyers of Israeli weapons and military technologies in the world.

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Bangkok's Kasetsart University ends partnership with Ariel University for June 2018 Women's Studies Conference.

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Following a campaign by human rights defenders, the Japanese motor giant canceled the event featuring Moto GP rising star Joe Roberts.

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Following a campaign from BDS organisers in Japan and around the world, Honda pulls out of an Israeli government-sponsored motorcycle race.

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A festival to promote Israel at the University of Lille was canceled following a campaign by supporters of Palestinian rights.

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Pop star Lorde cancels concert in Israel following activists' calls to boycott

December 27, 2017
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Tshwane University of Technology, the largest residential university in South Africa, voted to respect the call for the boycott of Israeli institutions complicit in the violation and denial of Palestinian rights.

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Peruvian chef Mitsuharu Tsumura becomes the second to withdraw from Tel Aviv Round Tables culinary festival which whitewashes ongoing Israeli violations of Palestinian human rights.

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The Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) today welcomed Dublin City Council’s unanimous passing of a motion calling for an end to both the ongoing Israeli attacks on Gaza in which at least 184 Palestinian have been killed and the Israeli-imposed illegal siege of the coastal strip, as well as calling upon the Irish government to push for an arms embargo and trade sanctions on Israel.  The motion also condemned the use of Administrative Detention, a form of internment without trial, by the Israeli state.

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Beigel and Beigel relocated its factory from the Barkan settlement to the Israeli city of Safed. Who Profits research team has visited the deserted factory and confirmed the withdrawal.