Gaza

Palestinian orchestra uses 'music as resistance'

Despite Israeli restrictions, Gaza-based musicians gave a rare performance with the Palestine Youth Orchestra.

Palestinian orchestra uses 'music as resistance'

Middle East

Top Hamas leader in Egypt for Gaza blockade talks

Hamas leader heads to Cairo to discuss 'mechanisms to ease Gaza's siege', in first such visit since his election in May.

Hamas' Ismail Haniya visits Egypt for Gaza siege talks

Gaza

Gaza: 'It's not a war of guns, but a war on minds'

Israeli siege is damaging the mental health of Palestinians, with rights groups documenting a rise in suicide attempts.

Gaza: 'It's not a war of guns, but a war on minds'

Gaza

Using 3D printers to tackle Gaza's medical shortages

Palestinian team is using 3D printers to build stethoscopes and tourniquets to help struggling hospitals.

Using 3D printers to tackle Gaza's medical shortages

Middle East

'One million children in unlivable conditions in Gaza'

Save the Children says kids are 'unable to sleep, study or play' as enclave faces electricity and environmental crises.

Save the Children warns of unlivable conditions in Gaza

Middle East

Letter from Gaza: 'Alive due to lack of death'

Gaza-born Jehad Abusalim describes the devastating effects of Israel's blockade on the daily lives of Palestinians.

Letter from Gaza: 'Alive due to lack of death'

Middle East

Hamas guard killed in suicide bombing in southern Gaza

Several Hamas security men also injured in the bombing blamed on ISIL near the Palestinian enclave's border with Egypt.

Hamas guard killed in suicide bombing in southern Gaza

Middle East

Israel plans sensor-equipped wall along Gaza border

The underground wall alongside the 60km border costing $1.1bn will be completed within two years, Israel reveals.

Israeli army reveals details of Gaza border wall

Al Jazeera World

Gaza: Surviving Shujayea

How a young girl was rescued from the rubble of her home in Shujayea after an Israeli bomb killed most of her family.

Palestine

Crackdown aims to 'silence' Palestinian journalists

Violations by the PA and Hamas against journalists have intensified in recent months, media rights groups say.

Crackdown aims to 'silence' Palestinian journalists

Opinion

Gaza: The curse of Mohammed Dahlan

Hamas should not trade the rights and hopes of the Palestinian people for its own survival by making a deal with Dahlan.

Ramzy Baroud

by Ramzy Baroud

Ramzy Baroud

Occupied West Bank

Film highlights daily realities of Israeli occupation

'This is Palestine' aims to raise awareness of ongoing human rights abuses in the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip.

Film highlights daily realities of Israeli occupation

Opinion

How Gaza was made into an unlivable place

What is it like to live in a place with a few hours of electricity a day and eight hours of water every four days?

Michael Lynk

by Michael Lynk

Michael Lynk

Gaza

Is Gaza-Sinai state a possibility for Palestinians?

The long-discussed plan could see most of Gaza's population end up in Sinai, alongside millions of Palestinian refugees.

Is Gaza-Sinai state a possibility for Palestinians?

Middle East

Dahlan reveals controversial Hamas deal on Gaza

Power-sharing accord with Gaza ruler to see Egypt border open and power outages ease, says exiled Palestinian official.

Dahlan reveals controversial Hamas deal on Gaza