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Gaza

Dozens of Gaza boats protest against Israeli blockade

Since protests began on March 30, Israeli forces have killed at least 164 Palestinians in the besieged coastal enclave.

Gaza

Gaza protests expected after deadly Israeli air raids

An Israeli attack on Wednesday killed at least three people, including a pregnant woman and her 18-month-old daughter.

Gaza protests expected after deadly Israeli air raids

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Pregnant woman and child killed as Israel attacks Gaza

Israel hits Gaza with air raids, shelling after Hamas fires about 150 rockets from the besieged enclave.

Middle East

Israeli opposition challenges controversial nation state law

Opposition leader Tzipi Livni criticised the Netanyahu government for failing to guarantee equality of all Israelis.

Israeli opposition challenges controversial nation state law

Gaza

Israeli attack kills two Hamas members in Gaza

At least 160 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire since the start of protests along the Gaza border in March.

Israeli attack kills two Hamas members in Gaza

Inside Story

Will the Druze community remain loyal to the state of Israel?

Thousands of protesting Druze say Israel's controversial Jewish nation law sidelines them.

UNRWA

Trump 'moving to strip' Palestinians of refugee status

US president's move to cut UN agency aid part of scheme to deny refugee rights to Palestinians, Foreign Policy reports.

Trump moving to strip Palestinians of refugee status: report

Gaza

Israel seizes aid boat headed for Gaza Strip

Israeli Navy intercepts second aid ship in a week from flotilla aiming to break the devastating Gaza Strip blockade.

Israel seizes aid boat headed for Gaza Strip, arrests 12 on board

Gaza

From wedding dresses to soap: Gaza event highlights Israeli siege

Over 1,000 items displayed at exhibition calling attention to Israel's 'suffocating' Gaza siege, home to two million.

From wedding dresses to soap: Gaza event highlights Israeli siege

Reporter's Notebook

Swimming, canoeing and 'trying' to be a child in Gaza

Gaza's beach offers a brief respite to the nearly 2 million Palestinians living under Israeli siege.

The other side of Gaza: Swimming, canoeing and 'trying' to be a child

Middle East

Israel blockade's impact ripples over to Gaza beaches

Gaza's 45km of beaches are a mental respite for many of Gaza's two million besieged residents, but even here, the effects of Israel's years-long siege are manifest.

Israel

'Apartheid, formalised': Palestinians to fight Jewish state law

Palestinian legislators in Israel prepare to launch series of events in protest of 'racist' nation-state bill.

'Apartheid, formalised': Palestinians to fight Jewish state law

Israel

Palestinian poet jailed over social media post

Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour convicted for posting a poem titled 'Resist, my people resist them' on social media.

Dareen Tatour sentenced to five months in prison over poem

Gaza

Israel intercepts aid boat bound for besieged Gaza Strip

Vessel carrying some 23 people is redirected to the Israeli port of Ashdod, a week after setting off from Italy.

Palestine

Tamimi: My joy is not full when others are still jailed

Tamimi was arrested after a video of her slapping and hitting two Israeli soldiers went viral.