Finally free after nearly 30 months, Samar Abu Daher recounts her time in Israeli prison.
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Rarely can high school students have faced such obstacles to sit exams.
Israel finds opportunity to rebrand itself in wake of new IPCC report.
Regime change is the aim of Israel and its international supporters.
Israel's siege and wars have many accomplices.
This is Part III of a three-part series that documents the names, faces and stories of some of the victims of Israel's May 2021 attack on Gaza.
This is Part II of a three-part series that documents the names, faces and stories of some of the victims of Israel's May 2021 attack on Gaza.
This is Part I of a three-part series that documents the names, faces and stories of some of the victims of Israel's May 2021 attack on Gaza.
Emergency doctor Tarek Loubani says health system destroyed by war and virus.
Without accountability, another episode of sheer cruelty is inevitable.
Military admits it underestimated resistance groups’ capacity.
A dramatic increase in COVID cases has destroyed lives, livelihoods and any hopes of a spiritual Ramadan.
Changes to food aid eligibility has sparked protest.
How those afflicted with COVID-19 in Gaza cope with quarantine and poverty
Pandemic restrictions have curtailed wedding celebrations in Gaza. But not the enthusiasm to marry.
Impoverished and besieged, Palestinians cannot afford urgent repairs to homes.
Apartheid and siege compound susceptibility to virus as infections soar in Gaza.
Palestinians pressured to resume coordination with Israel.
Palestinians injured during Great March of Return protests have suffered treatment delays and cancellations.
Nuseirat bakery blaze claimed 22 lives.
Nearly 1,200 active coronavirus cases as community transmission spreads.
Evading justice for war crimes may be one area of UAE-Israeli cooperation.
Creative sector limited by the harsh realities it depicts.
With little water and an irregular power supply, Palestinians in Gaza have to find ways to survive when summer temperatures beat down.
Israel’s blockade has caused a desperate economic situation and little hope for the future.
Employees unpaid for months.
Omar Yaghi, 8 months old, died while awaiting Israeli permission for medical treatment.
Israel announces tightened measures to control its spread.
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.