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Israeli sources cited by Reuters news agency said that construction has begun on an underground barrier along a small stretch of its boundary line with Gaza.
People in the Gaza Strip have been surveying the aftermath of Israeli airstrikes.
‘Dégradé’ is a black comedy by Palestinian twin brothers Arab and Tarzan Nasser. Just like its authors, the film is banned in Gaza, and was shot in
An Israeli air strike on the Gaza strip caused the deaths of a 10-year-old Palestinian boy and his six-year-old sister, according to medical
Authorities in Gaza say they have destroyed 15 tonnes of chocolate in response to last month’s mass recall by the manufacturer. Inspectors from the
Residents in Israel and Gaza have had to be rescued, as torrential rain battered the region. Roads and homes in Gaza have been flooded and in some
Three more people have died in Israel and the West bank as tension over a surge in Palestinian street violence remains high. In Jerusalem local
A lone gunman thought to be Palestinian opened fire killing an Israeli soldier and wounding 11 other people at a bus station in the southern Israeli
Bloodshed from the upsurge in Middle East violence has spread to Gaza where emergency services say at least six young Palestinians, two of them
Four Arabs were stabbed and injured on Friday in southern Israel In an apparent revenge attack for a wave of stabbings by Palestinians targeting
Four more stabbing attacks in Israel on Thursday have led to fears of more violence after the conclusion of Friday prayers, so Israel is stepping up
A correspondent from Reuters news agency said he observed Israeli undercover agents disguised as Palestinian youths “inciting” stone throwing in
Violence between Palestinians and Israeli security forces has broken out in a number of locations across the West Bank and East Jerusalem. Violence
Thousands of Israeli right wingers, settlers and their supporters used the celebration at the end of the Sukkot holiday to urge the government to crackdown on rising violence in East Jerusalem.
With tensions high in Jerusalem and the West Bank, euronews journalist Faizah Garah spoke to political analyst Hasni Abidi. Could the escalating
Israeli fighter jets have launched airstrikes on targets in Gaza overnight, in response to what they say was rocket fire from the coastal enclave.
Clashes have erupted between Israeli security forces and Palestinians in Jerusalem. It comes after days of unrest at the al-Aqsa compound
A Palestinian-Canadian doctor has created a low-cost stethoscope using a 3D printer, the first in a series of inventions he hopes will help alleviate
For refugees arriving at a new country it may be the end of a long and painful journey, but the transition to life in their new home, temporary or
A summertime beach event in Paris has sparked geopolitical tensions. Hundreds of police have been deployed for the Tel-Aviv sur Seine celebration
The Israeli Air Force has attacked a Hamas training camp in the Gaza Strip in response to three rockets fired from the coastal enclave at Israel
There is “strong evidence” of war crimes commissioned and committed by the Israeli military during the conflict in Gaza last year. That’s a
Breaking the fast: Muslims around the world mark the end of Ramadan with the start of the Eid-al-Fitr festival.
One year after fighting between Gaza militants and Israel, the Palestinian enclave remains heaped with ruins — infrastructure and thousands of homes
One year on, Palestinian children in Gaza are still trying to recover from the devastating effects of 51 days of hostilities last year, compounded by
Euronews journalist Aissa Boukanoun travelled on board the Freedom Flotilla 3, an attempt by non-governmental organisations to break the Israeli
Turning back to port, the disappointment is palpable aboard one of the boats participating in the Gaza Freedom Flotilla 3. It comes after the main
Israeli Naval forces are said to have intercepted a ship leading a four vessel protest flotilla taking aid for Gaza. The is called the Marianne of