More than 100 detainees were forced to sit alongside each other, wearing only their underwear. Read more about Palestinian journalist recalls torture by Syrian jailers
Lina Khattab has been denied family visits since her arrest in December. Read more about Young dancer jailed by Israel for taking part in protest
Allegations that Ein al-Hilwe camp is sheltering Lebanese Islamist extremists are baseless, say Palestinians. Read more about Palestinians in Lebanon push back against media incitement
Children of many Palestinian refugees face being denied education over the coming school year. Read more about Palestinians fleeing Syria charged $400 per month to rent garages in Beirut
Victims of war remain trapped in a Kafkaesque labyrinth. Read more about Lebanon breaks promise not to deport Palestinian refugees fleeing Syria
Now living in a cramped Beirut refugee camp basement, Um Zohair remembers being uprooted from Palestine in 1948. Read more about "We're exhausted from being homeless": recalling the Palestinians' plight on Nakba Day
How can the Palestinian leadership agree to a vague term that Israeli lawmakers cannot define? Read more about The Palestinians and the "Jewish state"
A family of five has to shell out $1,000 for basic papers, an expense few of the destitute refugees can afford. Read more about Lebanon charges punitive registration fees to Palestinians fleeing Syria war
Medical support for kidney patients severely affected by budget shortfall. Read more about Palestinians in Lebanon vow to continue protests against UN aid cuts
Inflamed rhetoric by Lebanon’s media and political elite does not bode well for Palestinian refugees in the country. Read more about Why are Palestinians blamed for violence in Lebanon?