Fatah and Hamas face leadership transitions and dearth of ideas. Read more about Are Palestinians ready for Trump?
Enrollment plummets at Al-Aqsa University after Ramallah ministry threatens to deny accreditation. Read more about Hamas-Fatah feud stalls Gaza higher education
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Six men jailed by PA without charge since April launch hunger strike. Read more about Why is Mahmoud Abbas boasting of jailing Palestine's youth?
Palestinian rights groups condemn fatal beating as “unlawful” act of “revenge.” Read more about Fatah militia leader killed by PA forces
Cousins from Hebron area are suspected of opening fire in busy square, killing four. Read more about Israeli leaders vow revenge after Tel Aviv attack
Sami Janazreh’s family say he remains on hunger strike — contrary to press reports. Read more about Shackled to a bed, starving for freedom
Recent moves to stifle political opposition suggest West Bank leadership struggling to grapple with deep public disillusionment. Read more about PA cracks down on dissent as Abbas runs out of options
Families of those killed in Israel’s 2014 aggression say Palestinian Authority is using internal division to evade its responsibilities. Read more about Cut off from PA aid, relatives of slain in Gaza face destitution
Fatah and Hamas have no joint strategy on ending the Israeli occupation. Read more about Why Palestinian unity is a misnomer
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