Rights group cites ‘overwhelming evidence’ that Israel committed violations against children ‘amounting to war crimes’
A petition is aiming to get at least 1.8 million signatories - one representing each person currently in Gaza - to urge world leaders to pressure Israel to lift its blockage on Gaza.
Israel has left many rural areas of West Bank underdeveloped, having invested in Israeli settlements. An Israeli startup is now providing "clean energy" in the form of digester that recycles organic waste.
Despite blockades by Egypt and Israel, Bar Palestine, a group of young Gazans come together for street fitness workouts.
After the killing of a Palestinian last week, Israeli forces have shot and injured a man in Ramallah who is now in Israeli custody
This is the first time a football team from West Bank travels to Gaza strip since 2000
1,500 Palestinians living in caves of Masafer Yatta, located in the West Bank, have maintained the tradition which goes back to the Prophet Abraham
Hand in Hand school, a mixed Jewish-Arab school has been targeted by Jewish extremists in a hate crime.
The Palestinian Cup has been delayed after Israel refused visa's to Palestines soccer players.
Local sources have said that Qatari fuel is now entering Gaza via the Karam Abu Salem Crossing.
An Israeli police officer was shielded by Palestinian men after rocks were thrown at them in the West Bank.
Palestinian Economy Ministry says tainted products came from nearby Jewish settlements
The murder of baby Ali Saad Dawabshe is a direct result of a 48 year military occupation which consistently uses violence to enforce that inequality that exists today.
Jewish settler have set fire to crops and agricultural lands and Israeli police attacked three youths and took them to an unknown location in Al-Mughier
Israeli police briefly entered the mosque during those clashes to shut the doors and lock rioters inside.
Clashes come against backdrop of Palestinian baby’s murder near Nablus
The UK has expressed "deep concern" over the plans by Israel to expand settlements on Palestinian lands.
Only men over 50 and women were allowed to enter mosque after undergoing rigorous inspection
Amensty International cites ‘strong evidence’ that Israel committed war crimes during last year’s ‘relentless, massive’ bombardment of Rafah
After receiving the fuel needed to operate, Gaza power plant set to resume operations following week-long stoppage
Kites are source of entertainment for children in besieged enclave, but also source of income for unemployed