Israel announces tightened measures to control its spread.
Education and health bills go unpaid with income shortfall.
Sons support unemployed parents by selling drinks and mending shoes.
Residents of apartment block remain destitute five years after Israel's attack.
Canada abstains in UN vote extending mandate for Palestine refugee agency.
Three years in prison, outlandish charges, 119 court appearances and still no conviction.
Half of the territory’s population is dependent on international assistance.
Suleiman Abu Taima tries to preserve Palestinian heritage through embroidery.
New law will effectively disqualify Palestinian Authority from receiving US money.
Spyware sold to governments used against journalists and dissidents.
Return of refugees “will be a challenge,” cash-strapped UN agency says.
I insisted that my band play its first concert at the now destroyed Said al-Mishal Cultural Center.
Gunman at large after two Israelis killed in Barkan industrial zone attack.
Israel kills seven protesters, two of them children.
Gaza child dies after being shot in spine by army sniper during protest.
White House slashes $25 million in aid to hospitals to punish Palestinian leadership.
How many more millions in humanitarian aid will states pledge before taking meaningful action to end Israeli impunity?
Emergency fuel is needed to keep life-saving services going.
UNRWA staff protest against job losses.
Israel violently boards flotilla boat, “unlawfully detains” passengers.
Palestinian teen killed after fatally stabbing Israeli in West Bank settlement.
Niraz Saied documented daily life in Yarmouk refugee camp before his arrest in 2015.
Besieged territory in “social and economic collapse” as Israel tightens blockade.
Village gets brief reprieve as Israeli court temporarily halts demolition.
Rate of babies dying in their first year, in decline worldwide, has stagnated over past decade.
Syrian military declares victory as Islamic State fighters are routed from Damascus.
Ours is a state of temporariness and a longing for the security.
Destruction of village will eliminate only school accessible to 160 children.
Islamic State still in control of most of the Damascus-area refugee camp.
Syrian army aims to take back control of camp from Islamic State.
Refugee Khamis Ghafour sells the same type of ice cream in his Lebanon shop that his father made in Akka in the 1920s.
Families forced to make painful decisions because of aid cuts.
Palestinians and church leaders protested Israel’s decision to start taxing properties owned by churches and UN agencies.
Palestinians -- once again -- are on their own.
Yet party’s “progressive” leaders remain fearful of fully embracing Palestinian rights.
Newspaper promotes anti-Palestinian and anti-Quaker bigot.
UNRWA tries to head off looming disaster with public appeal.
Meanwhile, US reneges on pledge of emergency food aid for Palestinian refugees.
Israel has still not been held accountable for massacres it carried out nine years ago.
Palestinian refugees will feel immediate impact as teachers are laid off.
Cutting aid for refugee agency UNRWA subject of fierce discussion within US administration
Netanyahu targets Palestine refugee agency UNRWA for destruction.
There is no escape from chemical weapons in Aida refugee camp, according to a University of California study.
US is largest contributor to agency that meets basic needs of millions of refugees.
Health ministry says poison gas caused deaths and injuries.
Israel has refused to seriously investigate war crimes from its 2014 attack on Gaza.
Democratic Party cannot go back to being “progressive except on Palestine.”