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School kids in Gaza City are getting lessons from a robot teacher
The bot assistant is the “first of its kind” in the Palestinian enclave which has been under blockade since 2007.
Gazan engineers create firefighting robot from scrap
Gazan engineers use a robot they’ve created from auto parts and other trash to handle dangerous remnants of war and extinguish fire, as they face shortage of raw materials due to the Israeli blockade.
Activists in Gaza and far-right Israelis march
Activists in Gaza fire incendiary balloons towards Israel Several arrested ahead of right-wing Jerusalem march
Children share their experiences of the recent Israel-Gaza violence
"The houses were falling down on people," said one 11-year-old. "We lost hope. Some people ran away and the paramedics told us to run to the hospital."
Gazans head to the beach as ceasefire holds
Families flocked to Gaza's beaches on Sunday after spending almost two weeks largely confined to their homes during the latest war between Israel and the territory's militant Hamas rulers.
The show must go on! Puppeteers pick up the pieces of destroyed theatre in Gaza
Two weeks after a ceasefire brought an end to 11 days of hostilities between Israel and Hamas, Nabil al-Khatib, Palestinian artist and founder of Beit al-Fann (the house of art) salvages puppets from his theatre studio in Gaza City to keep bringing smiles to the faces of Palestinian children.
Gaza beaches packed as Israel-Hamas ceasefire holds
In Gaza, a week since the ceasefire between Hamas and Israel was announced, many residents come out to enjoy the beaches.
Fragile peace holds in Gaza but tensions with Israel remain
On Friday protesters hurled stones at Israeli security forces amid clashes in the village of Baita, south of Nablus in the occupied West Bank. The Palestinian Health Ministry claimed a 26-year-old man was killed and two more injured by live fire.
Palestinians dressed as clowns entertain children in Gaza
Palestinians dressed as clowns entertain children amid the ruins of a building destroyed during the recent Israeli bombing in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip.
Palestinian barber resumes work amid ruins of destroyed Gaza shop
Palestinian barber Hashem al-Jarousha is determined to keep practising his profession and hobby amid the ruins of his shop in Gaza City which was destroyed by Israeli strikes.
EU boosts humanitarian assistance for Palestinians to €34 million
In a statement published on Tuesday, EU Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarčič said that "following the announcement of a ceasefire, urgent humanitarian access is now vital, to relieve the suffering of the many innocent victims".
Israeli strike hits Gaza residential apartment
Israeli strikes hit a residential apartment building in Gaza City and destroy a Hamas-run women association centre
Palestinian firemen try to extinguish huge fire at mattress factory east of Jabalia
Palestinian firefighters try to extinguish a huge fire at the Foamco mattress factory east of Jabalia, in the northern Gaza Strip.
Diplomacy failing to prevent Israel-Gaza conflict from escalating
The violence continues, with eight children and two adults killed on Saturday in Gaza and one Israeli man killed in a Hamas rocket attack on the city of Ramat Gan.
Gaza journalist reports live when building is hit
An Israeli airstrike that toppled a high-rise building in central Gaza City startled a Gaza-based journalist as she was reporting for Al Jazeera.
Palestinian youth determined to continue parkour despite losing leg
Aliwa dreamed of becoming a parkour professional and decided that he would not let his disability hold him back from achieving it.
Israeli firm extracts drinking water from air to help people in Gaza
New, innovative technology is looking to solve the chronic water crisis on the Gaza strip.
Israeli warplanes strike Gaza in retaliation for failed rocket attack
Israeli aircraft struck several sites in the Gaza Strip early on Saturday after Palestinian militants fired two rockets toward southern Israel.
Palestinians take part in wheelchair marathon to mark disability day
Palestinians took part in a wheelchair marathon to mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities in Gaza City.
Saeb Erekat, longtime spokesman for Palestinians, dies at 65
Saeb Erekat, a veteran peace negotiator and prominent international spokesman for the Palestinians for more than three decades, died on Tuesday, weeks after being infected by the coronavirus.
Palestinian youth swirl homemade sparkler firework for Ramadan
Palestinian youth swirl homemade sparkler fireworks made of steel wire wool as people celebrate the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in Rafah refugee camp, in the southern Gaza Strip.
Palestinians in Gaza celebrate a dancing wedding despite coronavirus
A day before authorities imposed a ban on festive events, this group of men were celebrating a wedding in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip.
The case of Suha Jbara exposes the corruption and barbarism of the Palestinian Authority ǀ View
Too many Palestinians endure inhumane treatment at the hands of the PA. Life on the West Bank can be hard enough and, civilians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip face a near-systematic campaign of human rights abuses.
Don’t let bombs distract you from Gaza’s real crisis: imminent social and economic collapse ǀ View
When the rockets and bullets fly, as they did two weeks ago, the world suddenly turns its attention to us. There are calls for restraint, but the second the smoke subdues, we are relegated to the back pages where crises that drag on as long as ours seem destined to sit.
Palestinians march in Gaza after man killed in Israeli air strike
Aircraft pounded militant sites in response to barrages of rockets launched towards Israel.
The Brief: Fatah and Hamas agree to elections - but obstacles remain
Attempts at reconciliation and holding new elections have repeatedly failed, leaving the Palestinians divided between two governments, one in Gaza and the other in the West Bank.