Dareen Tatour remains under curfew, even though the terms of her house arrest have been eased. Read more about Why Israel can't defeat a Palestinian poet
Budour Youssef Hassan
Mothers, sisters, daughters and partners have always been at the forefront of the struggle to demand freedom and justice. Read more about As prisoners strike, relatives wait and hope
Lina al-Jarbouni spent 15 years behind Israeli bars. Read more about Torment "never heals" -- Palestine's longest-serving female prisoner
An estimated 1,500 prisoners in Israeli jails have refused food since 17 April. Read more about Mass hunger strike tests Palestinian unity
Murad Abu Ghazi was killed by an Israeli bullet just before his 17th birthday. Read more about Palestinian teen "sacrificed his life to defend the camp"
More than 120 Palestinians are buried in unnamed graves, Israel has admitted. Read more about When can I put flowers on my son's grave?
Palestinian Authority was complicit in freedom fighter’s killing, say his family. Read more about Never obey the occupation: the legacy of Bassel al-Araj
Netanyahu promised crackdown on “illegal construction” to appease settlers due to be evacuated. Read more about Reprisal home demolitions target Palestinians in Israel
The community of Bir Hadaj is protesting against Israel’s latest attack on its homes. Read more about Palestinian Bedouins defy Israel's bulldozers
Activists say Palestinian presence in Syria is under threat. Read more about Khan Eshieh camp under renewed attack
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