“Made in Palestine” displays how inventions continue despite occupation. Read more about Plastic to petrol scheme unveiled at Ramallah science show
Palestinian political prisoners were put back on the agenda in 2012. Read more about Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike "until freedom or death"
Art installation inspired by Tunisian street vendor Muhammad Bouazizi attracts impromptu praying. Read more about Arab Spring meets Warhol in Ramallah show
Palestinian journalists routinely self-censor following increased violations of media freedoms in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Read more about Palestinian forces increasingly join Israel in repression of journalists
Human rights activists denounce Israeli spokesman Mark Regev’s attempts to justify attacks on media offices. Read more about Journalists demand UN probe into why Israel targeted them in Gaza
Many arrested as residents of the West Bank demonstrate their solidarity with people of Gaza. Read more about Anger rises in West Bank as Israel kills protesters
Eleven Palestinian media outlets have been raided by Israel over the past five years. Read more about Ramallah TV station sues Israel over stolen equipment
Israeli policy has split countless Palestinian spouses while parents have been forcibly separated from their children. Read more about Israel forces mother to bring up children by phone
Local elections have been postponed for a few years so why were they called under procedures reserved for emergencies? Read more about Did Abbas abuse his powers in restricting election to West Bank?
As Israel dismantles Gaza’s economy, job opportunities also shrink for the West Bank’s Palestinians. Read more about Palestinians risk death to work without permits in Israel