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British artist Banksy has created a replica of a separation wall dividing territories in Bethlehem, as part of an installation at a travel fair in London.
Gaza's Health Ministry said on Monday 32 Palestinians have been wounded by Israeli fire during a mass protest along the beach near the Israeli frontier.
Around 140 people are wounded by Israeli troops according to Gaza's Health Ministry, after protests at the Gaza border
The Oslo Accords were signed to bring about peace in the Middle East. Some Palestinian people believe that it's unfair, and diminishes Palestinian rights, settlements have expanded and the borders have no Palestinian authority
London's Met Police said it was investigating posters that sprung up across the city
The Israeli Defense Forces said the activist "stood among the rioters whilst they carried out violence against the security forces", adding that they would investigate the incident.
Violent clashes broke out between protesters and Israeli troops along the border with Gaza resulting in one death and over 200 injuries
The event sought to offer a “creative way instead of a violent way” of responding to the controversial law, which declared Hebrew the language of the state and gave Arabic a “special status”.
A Palestinian teen who rose to prominence after footage of her slapping and kicking a fully-armed Israeli soldier went viral, has been released from prison.
Agostino Chirwin, better known by the pseudonym Jorit Agoch, was arrested alongside another Italian national and a Palestinian. The Italians have been given 72 hours to leave the country.
Ahed Tamimi was jailed late last year after she was filmed kicking and slapping an Israeli soldier in the occupied West Bank.
Earlier on Friday, Hamas had defied Israeli calls to stop launching incendiary balloons, as Israel's defence minister threatened to order a military offensive to stop them/
Gaza ceasefire largely holding, UN says
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Thousands of Palestinians took part Saturday in the funeral procession of a colleague who was shot dead by Israeli troops.
Avaaz campaign director Christoph Schott said that the aim was to show EU leaders that "people in Europe care what happens in Palestine, they care what happens in Gaza" and that "enough is enough".
Activists have laid out 4,500 pairs of shoes in front of the Council of the European Union — one for every life lost in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict over the last decade
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Arab foreign ministers meet in Cairo on Thursday in response to the deadliest violence in Gaza for years.
"Icelandic people generally feel for the Palestinian people and their plight,” petition founder Árni Steingrímur Sigurðsson told Euronews.