Regional tensions, Gaza siege conspire to shut several news outlets leaving journalists facing uncertain future. Read more about Gaza’s media feel the squeeze
The Palestinian journalist, who has refused food for 74 days to protest his detention without charge by Israel, is at imminent risk of death. Read more about Hunger striker Muhammad al-Qiq in "struggle against death"
Thirty human rights violations against Palestinian journalists were recorded last month. Read more about Palestinian journalists targeted as Netanyahu and Abbas march for "free expression" in Paris
“This is the police state of Mahmoud Abbas,” says journalist hospitalized after beating by Palestinian Authority forces. Read more about After reconciliation agreement, Hamas and Fatah united in press crackdown
The two journalists, Mahmoud al-Kumi and Hussam Salama, were targeted and killed last November by Israeli occupation forces in the Gaza Strip, during Israel’s November assault. Read more about Zionist group tries to blackmail DC's Newseum over memorial for Palestinian journalists killed by Israel
In the brief Arabic-language animation, a cartoon rat in a sewer claims that Hamas leaders have been hiding in sewers “like mice and rats.” Read more about Israel hijacks Palestinian TV channel with propaganda depicting Hamas leaders as rats
Despite Israeli air strikes on their buildings, Palestinian journalists in Gaza are defiant, and say they will continue to report. Read more about “We will not fear their strikes”: Gaza journalists defiant after Israeli attack on media center