Ten persons have died so far this year due to various accidents with generators in the Gaza Strip, plagued by chronic power shortages. Read more about After narrow escape, Gaza woman educates peers about lethal danger from generators
More than 200 homes have been rebuilt with foreign aid after the original homes were destroyed by Israel in the southern Gaza Strip. Read more about New homes for displaced families, yet Israel still restricts building materials in Gaza
Imprisoned by Israel, footballer Mahmoud Sarsak has never been tried for any recognizable offense, and his detention has been continuously renewed every six months. He is one of many prisoners depriving himself of food to demand liberty and justice. Read more about Palestine football star seriously ill from four-week hunger strike
Despite common media depictions of Gaza as being under harsh, Islamist rule, Gaza-based Palestinian Christians emphasize the close ties between families regardless of religion. Read more about Gaza's Christians like "birds who will always return to their nest"
Gaza families whose homes were destroyed in Israeli attacks can’t rebuild until Israel allows a sufficient quantity of building material into Gaza. Read more about Gaza family awaits new home, 9 years after demolition by Israel
A family in the central Gaza Strip has suffered an unimaginable tragedy because of a candle lit during one of Gaza’s frequent power outages. Read more about Three children burn to death as candles replace lights in besieged Gaza
A week after her banishment to Gaza, Hana al-Shalabi spoke exclusively to The Electronic Intifada about the meaning of her 43-day-long hunger strike in Israeli detention. Read more about Ex-hunger striker Hana al-Shalabi wants "mystery" of Gaza banishment deal "clarified"
As a fuel shortage has worsened across the coastal territory, the ambulance service has been forced to stop responding to all calls except the most critical cases. With fuel reserves at zero, medical officials are warning that in case of another large-scale military attack by Israel, the ambulance service would be unable to cope. Read more about Gaza ambulances stop responding to calls as fuel reserves hit zero
Muhammad al-Hisoumi and his daughter Fayza were killed in an Israeli missile attack as they tended their land in the Gaza Strip on 12 March 2012, leaving behind a devastated family and a darkened house. Rami Almeghari profiles them. Read more about "The house is dark without them": Israel kills father and daughter as they water vegetables
Sarah, Abdelaziz and Anda have found a welcome distraction from Palestine’s troubles: music. They and 120 other girls and boys are enrolled in the Gaza Music School, a program of the A.M. Qattan Foundation launched in 2008. Read more about Rebuilt Gaza Music School hopes to reach more children