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Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has ordered an investigation into a cartoon apparently depicting the Prophet Mohammad in an official Palestinian
A shortfall in funding has forced the UN agency in Gaza (UNWRA) to suspend aid to tens of thousands of Palestinians for repairs to homes damaged in
The Canadian foreign minister has been heckled by Palestinian protesters during a visit to the occupied West Bank. Eggs were also thrown at John
The International Criminal Court may soon be able to try crimes committed in Palestinian lands. It comes after the Palestinian President, Mahmoud
Hamas has described an attack by Israel which killed at least one Hamas member as a “grave escalation.” A firefight erupted along the border with the
Egypt opened the Rafah border crossing with Gaza for two days on Sunday (December 21). The Rafah entry point is the only main crossing point from
A war erupted in the summer of 2014 in Gaza. It was a lightning conflict between Israel, various Palestinian forces – including Hamas and Islamic
In 2014 one country in Europe made a decision which could have a significant impact on the Middle East. Sweden recognised the Palestinian state. It
A Palestinian minister has died following a confrontation with Israeli troops at a West Bank protest. Palestinian medics say he died from inhaling
With roads transformed into rivers after days of heavy rain, the United Nations relief agency for Palestinian refugees (UNRWA) has declared an
There is anger in Gaza after the first deadly Israeli shooting there since a 50-day war ended in August.
A Palestinian man has been shot dead near
A Norwegian doctor has vowed to defy an Israeli ban on entering Gaza.
Dr Mads Gilbert, who denounces the occupation of Palestinian territories, was
A decade after his death, Yasser Arafat’s memory is being honoured by Palestinians.
Seen as an icon of resistance by his people, Arafat had led the
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas laid a wreath at Yasser Arafat’s grave in a ceremony marking ten years since his mysterious death.
But a war of
In a sign of increasing tensions three Israeli soldiers have been wounded after they were rammed by a van just south of Bethlehem.
It was the
In southern Gaza near the Israeli border, bulldozers are at work, levelling the land before the rainy season arrives.
Half of Gaza’s agricultural
The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has concluded his two-day trip to Israel and the Palestinian territories with a visit to Gaza to see the wrecked
International donors have pledged to help rebuild Gaza after it was devastated by an Israeli assault in the summer.
At a conference in Cairo on
The first cabinet meeting of a Palestinian unity government in seven years has taken place in Gaza – a symbolic move ahead of an all important
A group of Palestinian teenagers from Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip have found a new outlet to release their pent up youthful energy in the
As many Muslims make their annual pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca, families in a small community in the village of Khuuza, in Gaza, are
A unity government is to take control of the Gaza Strip after a breakthrough in talks between Hamas and Fatah officials in Cairo.
The deal could
It’s the conflict in the Middle East that many have already forgotten.
But more than 100,000 Palestinians have been left homeless by the fifty days
Schools in Gaza have reopened following the recent Israeli/Hamas conflict.
In Khan Younis the UN has to rebuild its school there after being
The reconstruction of Gaza will cost the equivalent of six billion euros according to Palestinian estimates.
As many as 17,000 homes have been
Aid agencies are preparing to make repeat deliveries to residents of the Gaza Strip after dropping off five days of food for 150,000 people.