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Israeli–Palestinian conflict

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.

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

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.

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Hamas-Israel ceasefire holds after night of violence

Palestinian faction says it has agreed to a ceasefire with Israel to end largest flare-up of violence since 2014 war.

Hamas-Israel ceasefire holds after night of violence

Palestine

Israel launches counterattacks in Gaza amid soaring tensions

Palestinian factions launch biggest assault in years amid soaring frustration over crippling 12-year Israeli siege.

Israel launches counterattacks in Gaza amid soaring tensions

Croatia

Croatia rejects extradition of suspect in Hamas engineer killing

Croatia top court blocks extradition of a Bosnian man accused of killing Hamas member Mohammed al-Zawari in Tunisia.

Croatia rejects extradition of suspect in Hamas engineer killing

Reporter's Notebook

The bittersweet dream of Gaza's Palestinians

Reopening of Rafah crossing by Egypt seen as only apparent concession after weeks of deadly protests at Israel's fence.

Gaza

Hamas under pressure after Gaza protests fail to bring change

Protests near the Gaza border fence that left more than 100 people dead have brought no relief from Israel's 11-year siege.

Hamas

Hamas chief visits Egypt ahead of US embassy move

Hamas' political chief Ismail Haniya arrives in Cairo to discuss 'developments' in Palestine and the region.

Hamas: Ismail Haniya visits Egypt ahead of US embassy move

Palestine

Hamas and Fatah: Why the two groups are failing

Palestinian factions need to reinvent themselves and find successful strategies to give the public hope, analysts say.

Hamas and Fatah: Why the two groups are failing

Malaysia

Palestinian embassy denies involvement in scholar's assassination

Palestinian embassy in Malaysia dismisses 'baseless' letter which detailed role in killing of Fadi al-Batsh last April.

Palestinian embassy denies involvement in scholar's assassination

Croatia

Suspect in Hamas engineer assassination arrested in Croatia

Tunisia says Bosnia refused to allow Croatia to hand over suspect accused of killing Hamas member Mohammed al-Zawari.

Suspect in Hamas engineer assassination arrested in Croatia

Malaysia

Malaysia releases sketches of suspects in Fadi al-Batsh killing

Suspects in killing of Hamas engineer 'most likely born in the Middle East or in the West', Malaysian police say.

Malaysia

Malaysia sees 'foreign hand' in Hamas member's killing

Malaysia deputy PM says suspects in killing of Fadi al-Batsh believed to be Europeans with links to foreign spy agency.

UpFront

Gaza protests: Will Israel stop using deadly force?

Yousef Munayyer and Danny Ayalon debate Israel's deadly tactics against Palestinian protesters in Gaza.

Gaza protests: Will Israel stop using deadly force?

Opinion

What Palestinians can teach us about popular resistance

The people of Gaza rose up not because of Palestinian political factions, but despite them.

Ramzy Baroud

by Ramzy Baroud

Ramzy Baroud