Gaza

Veteran Gaza writer releases first translated poems

Abdul Karim Sabawi, author of the Canaan Quartet, issues free e-book.

Hundreds, many from Gaza, murdered at sea by smugglers

The few survivors say their ship was deliberately rammed by the very men who were supposed to be escorting them to safer lands.

The empty world of Palestine-set BBC drama "The Honorable Woman"

Sarah Irving
12 September 2014

Ignorance of the basic facts of daily life in Palestine pops up throughout this show.

Palestinian Authority foils new Gaza war crimes probe

The Palestinian Authority’s foreign minister prevented the International Criminal Court from going forward with a requested prosecution of Israel.

Gaza beach massacre commemorated by child survivors

Joe Catron
Gaza City
10 September 2014

Friends and relatives of the four Bakr children Israel infamously slaughtered on Gaza beach in July gather for symbolic football match.

Dr. Mona El-Farra on mass trauma and destruction in Gaza

“I am surrounded by destruction … I see it in the faces of the children and the teenagers,” says the physician in Gaza City.

Revealed: Europe's "discreet" cooperation with Israel's nuclear industry

The EU’s science center is undertaking joint research with the body overseeing Israel’s weapons of mass destruction.

Gaza-Britain theater collaboration to launch in London

First stage of international production of Tolstoy’s War and Peace will go forward despite recent attacks on Gaza.

Despite ceasefire, the number of displaced in Gaza is rising again

Meanwhile, the scale of the destruction to Gaza’s infrastructure and economy caused by 51 days of Israeli bombing is becoming starker.

Tens of thousands remain homeless in Gaza

Joe Catron
Rafah
1 September 2014

Almost 2,300 housing units were completely destroyed by Israel.

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