Echoes of Beit Hanoun shows destruction of summer 2014 Israeli attacks. Read more about Short film highlights devastation of northern Gaza
Inquiry confirms that at least 44 Palestinians were killed and 227 injured in Israeli attacks on UN shelters during last summer’s assault on Gaza. Read more about UN finds Israel killed dozens at Gaza schools but ducks call for accountability
The British-Danish firm G4S provides most of the surveillance technology used in Israel’s prisons. Read more about Palestinians denied medicines in prisons equipped by G4S, says new report
Almost 70 percent of children killed by Israel in Gaza last summer were less than twelve years old. Read more about Israel "directly targeted" children in drone strikes on Gaza, says rights group
“I cannot even describe how miserable our life is,” says farmer who lost everything. Read more about 9,500 Palestinians still living in Gaza UN schools
Israel is overseeing who can and cannot buy building material. Read more about Will "reconstruction" prolong the siege of Gaza?
Khalil Abu Shammala of Al Dameer Association for Human Rights says Palestinians in Gaza are taking desperate, risky measures to live a normal life free of occupation and the Israeli-Egyptian siege. Read more about Hundreds of Palestinians killed in Mediterranean were trying to escape hopelessness in Gaza
Photography series honors the extraordinary solidarity and heroism during Israel’s bombing. Read more about Portraits from Gaza
Israel’s ability to “carry out three genocidal wars” on Gaza since 2008 “is due to the absence of accountability,” activist and writer says on Gaza TV channel. Read more about How many more Gaza children must die before Israel is taken to war crimes court?
“You could see the pain and the horror in the eyes of the people, but you could also see resilience,” says Dr. Haidar Eid about his visit to Khuzaa in eastern Gaza on Wednesday. Read more about Gaza professor describes "most devastating destruction since 1948"