Middle East

Israeli army to probe 'unexpected' Gaza civilian deaths

Israel's military has pledged on Friday to investigate the death of civilians in Gaza after attacks targeting the Islamic Jihad group killed 34 Palestinians.

Studio B Unscripted

Studio B, Unscripted: With Fatima Bhutto and Marc Lamont Hill

From global pop culture to comparing notes on the ways injustice and oppression work across the world.

Reporter's Notebook

Shooting Jerusalem: Life in a segregated city

Filmmaker reflects on the making of his documentary and his bid to find out what it means to live in and identify with the city of Jerusalem.

Opinion

Palestinians need justice before peace

In Palestine, 'peace' has become a euphemism for the prolongation of the status quo and the Israeli occupation.

Mariam Barghouti

by Mariam Barghouti

Mariam Barghouti

Opinion

BDS: In the crosshairs of human rights colonialism

A recent UN report contributes to Israeli exploitation of human rights discourse to justify oppression in Palestine.

Azeezah Kanji

by Azeezah Kanji
- David Palumbo-Liu

Azeezah Kanji

AJ Impact

EU court rules on Israeli settlement produce

Israeli settlements stand contrary to international law, and consumers must know a product's provenance, the ECJ rules.

Israeli settlement produce must be correctly labelled: EU court

Middle East

Jordan 'foils' plot against US, Israel diplomats and US troops

Report cites intelligence as saying suspects planned to drive vehicles into targets and attack with knives and guns.

Jordan 'foils' plot against US, Israel diplomats and US troops

Gaza

Who was slain Islamic Jihad commander Bahaa Abu al-Ata?

The 42-year-old was killed in an Israeli air raid on his home in Gaza that also killed his wife.

Who was slain Islamic Jihad commander Bahaa Abu al-Ata?

Middle East

Committed to Israel peace treaty despite ending land deal: Jordan

Jordan's foreign minister says Amman's refusal to renew deal was in accordance with the 1994 treaty with Israel.

Committed to Israel peace treaty despite ending land deal: Jordan

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Israeli gunfire kills Palestinian man in occupied West Bank

It was not immediately clear if man took part in protests marking Yasser Arafat's 15th death anniversary.

Israeli gunfire kills Palestinian man in occupied West Bank

Jordan

Jordan reclaims borderlands as Israel ties under strain

Amid mounting domestic public pressure last year, Jordan's king said he would not renew land deal with Israel.

Jordan reclaims borderlands as Israel ties under strain

UNRWA

Ex-UNRWA chief says agency 'victim of campaign to undermine it'

Pierre Krahenbuhl denies wrongdoing maintaining 'there is no corruption, fraud or mismanagement of aid'.

Ex-UNRWA chief says agency 'victim of campaign to undermine it'

Middle East

UNRWA boss resigns amid probe into misconduct claims

Pierre Krahenbuhl quits as UN inquiry reveals management issues that relate specifically to him.

UNRWA boss resigns amid probe into misconduct claims

Middle East

Israel frees two Jordanians held without charge

Hiba al-Labadi and Abdul Rahman Miri were released from Israeli prison and returned to Jordan after months of detention.

Israel frees two Jordanians held without charge

Al Jazeera World

The New Women of Gaza

The inspiring story of five women striving to make a difference in Gaza under siege.