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Hamas has warned of a mass protest on Tuesday that could break through the border fence
Trouble anticipated as Nakba Day approaches on May 15
Hamas's military wing accuses Israel, but the army denies involvement.
Protesters have turned to tennis in their bid to bat away tear gas canisters thrown at them on the Israel-Palestine border.
Four Palestinians dead in Gaza explosion says local health ministry.
A total of 528 Palestinians were wounded either by live fire or overcome with tear gas.
Israel says it has responded appropriately in accordance with the rules of engagement.
Palestinian journalist Yasser Murtaja was killed during clashes on Friday.
Catholic officials and Palestinians show solidarity with victims and their families of last Friday's violence in Gaza
The demonstrators are demanding that Palestinian refugees be allowed to return to towns and villages their families fled from, or were driven out of, when the state of Israel was created in 1948
Ten years on, what is life like in Gaza under Israeli blockade? Euronews takes you to the Strip where locals describe a harsh daily reality: poverty, child labour, energy scarcity and an uncertain future.
Washington said it was being withheld for "future consideration" and wanted other countries to help fund the bill
Electricity supplies were almost cut in half in June last year after the Palestinian Authority said it would no longer pay for the power in an attempt to force Hamas to give up control of Gaza.
Palestinians recall their envoy to the United States. The announcement comes just weeks after President Donald Trump announced he would recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
As clashes between Palestinians and Israeli troops go into a second week, funerals have been held for four more Palestinians killed
Ongoing clashes between Palestinians and Israeli soldiers left more than 40 people wounded on Friday
There have been celebratory scenes in both Gaza and the West Bank after Hamas and Fatah
signed a reconciliation deal.
The initial agreement aims to
The Palestinian cabinet has met in the Gaza Strip for the first time in three years.
Israel says project will ease economic and humanitarian woes in Palestinian enclave
Fuel from Egypt used to be smuggled through tunnels, many of them now destroyed by Cairo.
Hamas accuses Palestinian Authority of making life difficult to win political concessions
Often described as the world’s largest open-air prison, Gaza is reaching breaking point. For ten years the Israeli blockade has restricted imports
Israel claims Barghouti has broken his hunger strike
There has been reaction in Gaza and the West Bank after Hamas unveiled its new charter.
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The Palestinian group Hamas has elected a commander of its armed wing as overall leader in Gaza.