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1 On the Second Day of an Ongoing Offensive by Israeli Occupation Forces on Khan Yunis, the Number of Deaths Increases to 10 and the Number of Injuries Increases to 27 504
2 In an Ongoing Offensive by Israeli Occupation Forces on Khan Yunis, Kills 5 Palestinians, 11 Others Injured and a Number of Houses Demolished 510
3 PCHR Calls upon the Central Election Commission to Amend Procedures of Counting Votes to Conform to the Law 613
4 PCHR Receives Former French Prime Minister Mr. Michel Rocard, Chief Observer of the EU Election Observation Mission – West Bank and Gaza 2005 553
5 PCHR Condemns Intervention by Israeli Occupation Forces into the Election Process 618
6 PCHR Publishes an Evaluation Report on the Registration of Voters and the Preparation of the Electoral Register 745
7 One Palestinian Extra-Judicially Killed by Israeli Occupation Forces 647
8 IOF Extra-Judicially Kill 3 Palestinians in Tulkarm and Bulldoze a House over a Fourth's Head in Jenin 750
9 PCHR Is Increasingly Concerned at the further Deterioration in Palestinian Internal Security 667
10 PCHR Sends 2 Letters to the Central Election Commission Regarding the Election Process 658
11 PCHR Calls upon the Central Election Commission to Stop Early Election Campaigning by a Number of Candidates for the Palestinian Presidential Election 515
12 PCHR Receives a Number of Members of the EU Mission to Monitor the Palestinian Presidential Election 727
13 PCHR Welcomes Holding Partial Local Election Next Thursday, But Calls for Reconsidering the Policy of Stages and Holding Elections for Other Local Bodies Together 487
14 PCHR Calls on the International Community to Generate Pressure in Order that an Appropriate Atmosphere for Free and Impartial Election Can Be Created 487
15 In an Ongoing Offensive on Khan Yunis, 10 Palestinians Killed, 40 Others Injured and Wide Scale Destruction to Civilian Property 734
 
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