New couples in Gaza saw their dreams destroyed in Israel’s November aggression
Date farmers in Gaza enjoy a plentiful date harvest but with little hope of reaping much profit.
Gaza protester, 16, dies from Israeli bullet to the stomach.
A spate of attacks in August signal growing desperation among young people in Gaza.
Israel's attacks continue to harm health and the environment after the bombing stops.
Donors help secure release of destitute prisoners.
Tamer al-Sultan died while trying to leave Gaza.
Gaza team denied travel permits to West Bank over unspecified security concerns.
Senior official says government is seeking host countries to absorb emigrants.
Several members of a close-knit family left Gaza after their home was razed.
New film, Gaza, documents the ordinary aspirations of extraordinary people.
Regional tensions, Gaza siege conspire to shut several news outlets leaving journalists facing uncertain future
The remains of 11 Palestinians from Gaza are currently being held by Israel.
Fishers denied access to coastal waters for fifth consecutive day.
Half of the territory’s population is dependent on international assistance.
There is no return to “normal” in the besieged territory, even during a ceasefire.
Five Palestinians killed by Israeli sniper fire and air strikes.
Survivors left stranded yet those injured during Great March of Return still return to protest their rights.
Palestinian icon requires surgery because of Israeli butterfly bullet wound.
Netanyahu admits to isolating Gaza to prevent Palestinian state.
Israeli army snipers intentionally killed children, paramedics, persons with disabilities and journalists during Great March of Return.
Punitive measure will worsen dire humanitarian situation in besieged Gaza, rights group says.
Dismissed by Israel and forgotten internationally, Palestinians are at a critical juncture.
Thirty-eight boys and girls have been killed during Great March of Return.
Gaza hospitals ration and suspend services as emergency fuel runs out.
Persecution is a crime against humanity under international law.
Disruption of care will have “dangerous repercussions” for patients, rights group warns.
Withdrawal of PA personnel from Rafah crossing spells effective closure of the besieged territory.
Palestinian children denied permits for medical care while others are exploited for propaganda.
On the anniversary of Israel’s first Gaza war, one writer recounts the chaos and remembers friends who didn’t survive.
Gaza suffers talent drain as those who can leave for new horizons.
Fifteen members of the Abu Ataya family have been injured since the Great March of Return began.
Gaza’s young SFX artists challenge Israel’s siege and society’s norms.
Eight Palestinians fatally shot in West Bank and Gaza this week.
A woman recently treated for cancer had a major ordeal returning to Gaza from Cairo.
Gaza child dies after being shot in spine by army sniper during protest.
More than 130 Palestinians slain during Great March of Return.
How many more millions in humanitarian aid will states pledge before taking meaningful action to end Israeli impunity?
Israel denied cancer patients permission to travel to hospitals on basis that they were allegedly related to a Hamas member.
Emergency fuel is needed to keep life-saving services going.