Thirty-eight boys and girls have been killed during Great March of Return.
In the absence of accountability, Israel threatens further violence against Gaza protesters.
Palestinian children denied permits for medical care while others are exploited for propaganda.
New law will effectively disqualify Palestinian Authority from receiving US money.
Palestinian resistance groups say one million Israelis within reach of their missiles.
Three boys die in an airstrike one day after Israel hit dozens of sites across Gaza.
Six Gaza protesters slain in one week.
Protesters died after walking into paths of bullets, internal probe claims.
The Israeli military has killed two and wounded 90 journalists covering The Great March of Return protests.
Human rights groups observe “a new trend of injuries” since launch of Great March of Return.
Israel “fabricating lies to justify murder” of journalist slain in Gaza.
Video recorded by Israeli soldiers shows them celebrating after felling unarmed Palestinian demonstrator.
Palestinians burn tires along Gaza boundary to protect themselves from snipers ordered to shoot civilians.
Occupation army imposing nine-day closure on West Bank, Gaza for Passover holiday.
Israeli soldier who executed prone Palestinian will only serve nine months.
Brazen claims to absolve Israel in shooting of Muhammad Tamimi dismissed by human rights defenders.
Power supply increases, but barely enough to relieve dire situation.
Israel says obtaining permits for medical care is “easy and fast” while rights group calls it “a bureaucratic nightmare.”
Military occupation bureaucracy wants you to believe it is improving Palestinian lives.
EU, UN silent on lethal Israeli assaults on refugee camps.
Residents of besieged territory told to prepare for worst as Israel cuts electricity further.
The European Union has done nothing to stop Israel destroying infrastructure it has paid for in the occupied West Bank.
Apartheid South Africa tried and failed to use similar efforts to cover up its crimes and deflect pressure.
Land theft for settlements continues apace under legal subterfuge.
Unable to access specialized treatment, patients left to "die in silence."
Some 1,000 people could be left homeless if Israeli demolitions in Masafer Yatta are not halted.
Contrary to army propaganda, critically ill patients seeking medical care outside Gaza face tighter restriction than ever.