'Like twins': Gaza mourns teenage boys killed in Israeli air raid

An Israeli air strike killed Luay Kaheel, 16 and Amir al-Nimra, 15, while they were playing on a rooftop of a building.

16 Jul 2018 12:39

UN: All-out war narrowly avoided after Israel-Hamas ceasefire

Egyptian-brokered ceasefire appears to be holding after two Palestinians killed in the latest escalation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

15 Jul 2018 07:05

Israel demands end to flaming kites amid reports of ceasefire

Israel reportedly accepted ceasefire deal with Hamas after violent air raids, saying protesters' flaming kites that have burned Israeli land must be stopped.

15 Jul 2018 07:05

Israel pounds Gaza in most violent daytime assault since 2014

Two teenage boys killed and 30 others wounded in largest Israeli air raid on the besieged enclave since the 2014 war.

15 Jul 2018 07:05

Israeli air raids kill two Palestinian teens in Gaza

Hamas says it launched rockets and mortars in response to Israeli air strikes, which also wounded 14 Palestinians.

15 Jul 2018 12:23

Palestine: Unregulated tobacco industry on the rise

With high unemployment in the occupied West Bank, Palestinians are turning to the informal tobacco market, in which the required water - restricted by Israel - to cultivate is low and demand is high.

15 Jul 2018 12:23

Israel deals 'hardest blow' to Hamas since 2014 Gaza war

Benjamin Netanyahu says attacks on Gaza, in response to rockets fired on Israel, could be stepped up.

15 Jul 2018 12:23

Putin to hold separate talks with Netanyahu, Khamenei top adviser

Russian leader's meetings with Israeli prime minister and Iran's Ali Akbar Velayati come ahead of his talks with Trump.

12 Jul 2018 03:11

How kites and balloons became militant weapons

How Palestinian militants are using 'fire kites' and balloons to attack Israel.

12 Jul 2018 03:11

Bulldozing Palestine, one village at a time

Israel wants the village of Khan al-Ahmar razed to the ground to cut off Jerusalem from the West Bank.

10 Jul 2018 09:47

Hamas decries Israel's closure of vital Gaza commercial border

Group calls Israeli decision to seal off trade border crossing a 'crime' as HRW describes it as 'collective punishment'.

10 Jul 2018 09:47

Israel denies Swedish peace activist entry to Palestine

Benjamin Ladraa trekked for 11 months from Sweden to Palestine to raise awareness of the ongoing Israeli occupation.

08 Jul 2018 08:02

How I was pinkwashed for protesting Israeli pinkwashing

A right-wing pro-Israel website has accused me, a queer person, of harassing the queer community at a US university.

08 Jul 2018 08:02

Does Israel want Syria's Bashar al-Assad in power?

As Syrian forces close in on rebels in the south, experts say Israel likely to be at ease with Assad remaining in power.

05 Jul 2018 08:32

Israel to deduct $300m a year from Palestinian Authority budget

Tel Aviv passed a law allowing the money to be taken from taxes and tariffs that the Israeli government collects on Palestinian leadership's behalf.

03 Jul 2018 11:17

PA: Israel's freeze of prisoner family money 'declaration of war'

Palestinian leadership condemns new Israeli law to halt welfare payments to Palestinian prisoners and their families.

03 Jul 2018 11:17

Wimbledon 2018: World number one Rafael Nadal hits 'reverse pirouette' shot on way to victory

World number one Rafael Nadal produces an acrobatic "reverse pirouette" shot on his way to victory over Israel's Dudi Sela.

03 Jul 2018 11:17

Israel freezes funds for Palestinian prisoners' families

Legislation will deduct money the Palestinians allocate to prisoners and others killed by Israeli forces from taxes.

03 Jul 2018 09:02

EU urged to exclude Israel from research fund

Some 154 organisations and NGOs push European Union to exclude 'Israeli military companies' from its development fund.

03 Jul 2018 09:02

Gaza family mourns slain son, 11: 'Not last child to be killed'

Yaser Abu al-Naja became the 16th Palestinian child to be killed by Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip since March 30.

01 Jul 2018 12:53