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Israel police beat pallbearers at Al Jazeera journalist's funeral
Shireen Abu Akleh was shot in the head during an Israeli military raid in the West Bank town of Jenin on Wednesday.
Palestinians honour slain journalist during memorial service in Ramallah
Palestinians planned a memorial service Thursday for journalist Shireen Abu Akleh who was killed while covering an Israeli raid in the West Bank, but have rejected US-led calls for a joint investigation into her death.
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"We make the children so happy that they forget the conflict, bombings and destruction."
Clashes erupt between Israeli forces and Palestinians in West Bank
Clashes erupt between Israeli forces and Palestinian demonstrators during a protest against a march by Israeli settlers demanding the re-establishment of a nearby settlement evacuated in 2005, near the village of Burqa, west of Nablus.
Jerusalem's Christians gather for Easter service
Jerusalem's Christians gathered at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre for Easter services. Easter commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ, as recounted in the Bible. Christians traditionally believe Jesus was crucified and buried at the site where the Jerusalem church now stands.
Prayers at Al-Aqsa Mosque hours after clashes
Hours after clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, the mosque was re-opened, and some 60,000 people attended the main Friday prayers midday, according to the Islamic endowment that administers the site.
Clashes at Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem
Palestinian demonstrators and Israeli police clash at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound.
EU and US call for restraint after Al-Aqsa mosque clashes injure 150
More than 150 Palestinians were hurt and hundreds more arrested in clashes with Israeli riot police inside Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound on Friday.
Muslims attend the lighting of giant lanterns in Jerusalem
Muslim worshippers gathered in Jerusalem on Monday evening to witness the lighting of a giant lantern as part of the month of Ramadan.
Meet the rock band shining a light on the people of Gaza's struggles
“Rock music worldwide is something that has been always stereotyped: people who scream. That is not rock music, rock music is a philosophy.”
Funeral of Palestinian shot dead after firing at Israeli troops
Mourners attend the funeral of Palestinian Mohammed Issa Abbas, who reportedly fired on Israeli troops in the occupied West Bank and was shot dead by Israeli forces returning fire, at the al-Amari refugee camp in Ramallah
Refugees a 'global reponsibility', Jordanian minister says
"Everybody's going to have to do their bit and share their burden of the responsibility," Jordan's foreign minister said in Brussels.
Palestinians kicked off site as Israel demolishes cemetary
Israeli police kick Palestinians out of the al-Yusufiye cemetery near the Lion's Gate entrance to the Aqsa mosque compound in east Jerusalem as the construction of the Jewish National Park continues.
Ancient seeds defy sell-by 'date' to become oldest ever germinated
Seven date palm trees have been grown from 2000-year-old seeds that were found in the Judean desert near Jerusalem.
Meet the twins opening a restaurant inside an aeroplane
22 years after they first bought a decommissioned aeroplane, these twin brothers are about to open an unusual restaurant.
Israel arrests Jerusalem activists in contested neighbourhood
Israeli police arrested 23-year-old Muna al-Kurd who has led protests against attempts by Jewish settlers to evict Palestinian families from their homes. She was later released.
Meet the young Jewish voices pushing for peace from across Europe
#NotInOurNames group is against evictions in Sheikh Jarrah, and the Israeli government claiming to speak for all Jews, in Israel and the diaspora.
EU foreign ministers meet on Gaza as Israel-Hamas conflict rages on
The European Union says it will redouble efforts to end the violence between the Israeli military and Palestinian militants during a special meeting of its foreign ministers on Tuesday.
Pro-Palestine protesters take to streets of cities across Europe
Tear gas and water cannons were turned on protests in Paris, while similar demonstrations took place across France and in London, Madrid, and Berlin.
Albanian man tries to set himself on fire at Eid prayers in Tirana
The holy day marking the end of Ramadan began in muted fashion on Thursday against the backdrop of COVID-19 and the Israel-Palestine conflict.
From Gaza to Nasa
From Gaza to NASA - the Palestinian engineer working on the Mars project team
At least 90 Palestinians wounded as unrest continues in Jerusalem
Israeli police on Saturday clashed with Palestinian protesters in a show of force that threatened to deepen the holy city's worst religious unrest in several years.
Israel's COVID vaccination rollout is leaving Palestinians behind
The World Health Organization has raised "concerns" about the unequal distribution of coronavirus vaccines in the country.
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.
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UAE agrees to normalise ties with Israel
UAE agrees to normalise ties with Israel in bid to halt West Bank annexation
Trump’s ICC attack shows his contempt for the rule of law ǀ View
In the face of a blatant attempt at interference by Donald Trump, the ICC should guard its independence and push on with its probes into alleged war crimes committed by the US in Afghanistan and Israeli forces in Palestine.