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Unemployment in Gaza sees textile workers team up with Israeli firms
A new chapter in the Palestinian-Israeli relationship brings together the textile workers in Gaza — where the unemployment rate is estimated to be around 55 per cent — and Israeli companies in need of cheap clothes manufacturers.
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.”
Gazan engineers create firefighting robot from scrap
Gazan engineers use a robot they’ve created from auto parts and other trash to handle dangerous remnants of war and extinguish fire, as they face shortage of raw materials due to the Israeli blockade.
Israel announces resumption of Qatari payments to Gaza
Israel has reached an agreement with Qatar for the Gulf Arab country to resume aid payments to thousands of families in the Gaza Strip, a step aimed at easing tensions with the Hamas-ruled Palestinian territory in the wake of an 11-day war in May.
Israel strikes Gaza after Palestinians launch incendiary balloons
The new escalation of violence comes after hundreds of Israeli ultranationalists, some chanting “Death to Arabs,” paraded in east Jerusalem.
Children share their experiences of the recent Israel-Gaza violence
"The houses were falling down on people," said one 11-year-old. "We lost hope. Some people ran away and the paramedics told us to run to the hospital."
High-level talks ensue over Gaza reconstruction after Israel-Hamas war
An Egyptian official said on Sunday that funds to Gaza will be overseen by an international body like the United Nations to ensure they do not end up with Hamas.
Fragile peace holds in Gaza but tensions with Israel remain
On Friday protesters hurled stones at Israeli security forces amid clashes in the village of Baita, south of Nablus in the occupied West Bank. The Palestinian Health Ministry claimed a 26-year-old man was killed and two more injured by live fire.
Blinken starts Mideast tour to secure Gaza truce and push for aid
The US secretary of state will seek to bolster the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas and push for humanitarian aid for Gaza. But he says the time is not right for an immediate resumption of peace talks.
Egyptian mediators trying to firm up Israel-Hamas cease-fire
Palestinians in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip beginning to assess the damage from 11 days of intense Israeli bombardment.
Aid reached Gaza as Israel-Palestinian ceasefire enters second day
The ceasefire agreement came into effect on Friday, officially closing the worst round of violence since 2014, which has killed at least 230 Palestinians and 12 Israelis.
Sheikh Jarrah: Small neighbourhood making big impact in Gaza conflict
One of the sparks that lit the fuse of the latest conflict in Gaza came from a small neighbourhood in East Jerusalem, where Israeli settlers are working to evict Palestinian families.
Israel unleashes strikes after vowing to press on in Gaza
The latest strikes came after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pushed back against U.S. pressure to wind down the offensive against Gaza's militant Hamas rulers, who have fired thousands of rockets at Israel.
EU urged to 'stand with Israel' ahead of foreign ministers' meeting
"Israel is, right now, in need of friends from Europe," said Walid Abu-Haya, deputy head of Israel's mission to the EU.
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.
Attacks on police and Israeli reporter at Berlin pro-Palestinian rally
A firecracker was thrown at an Israeli reporter covering pro-Palestinian protests in the German capital while four men were also arrested in London over an antisemitic incident.
In Gaza, bombs drop and the conflict again hits home | View
In all, six of my relatives, three close friends and several colleagues have died in the three bloody wars and countless battles between Israel and Hamas.
Israel strikes Hamas targets as Gaza conflict continues
As the conflict entered its second week on Monday, violence showed no signs of easing with heavy Israeli airstrikes in Gaza and continued rocket fire from Hamas in southern Israel.
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.
Diplomacy failing to prevent Israel-Gaza conflict from escalating
The violence continues, with eight children and two adults killed on Saturday in Gaza and one Israeli man killed in a Hamas rocket attack on the city of Ramat Gan.
'Shocked and terrified': Israeli strike flattens Gaza media building
The high-rise building, which housed several media outlets including AP and Al-Jazeera, was targeted by an Israeli airstrike on Saturday afternoon.
'This is pure antisemitism': Jewish group condemns anti-Israel protest
Synagogues have been attacked and Israeli flags burned in protests in Germany.
US envoy arrives for talks with Israeli and Palestinian officials
At least 126 people have been killed, including 31 children and 20 women in Gaza so far; in Israel, seven people have been killed, including a 6-year-old boy and a soldier.
From Gaza to Nasa
From Gaza to NASA - the Palestinian engineer working on the Mars project team
Nightly clashes in Jerusalem continue during holy month of Ramadan
The clashes, injuring four police and six protesters, have become an almost nightly occurrence since Ramadan started nearly two weeks ago.
Israel: Netanyahu denounces ICC war crimes move as 'anti-Semitism'
Israel could face war crimes investigation after an International Criminal Court ruling extended its jurisdiction to territories Israel occupied in the 1967 Mideast war.