Hundreds of youth have been entrapped by intelligence agents via social media, Palestinian security officials say. Read more about Israel uses online blackmail to recruit collaborators
US is largest contributor to agency that meets basic needs of millions of refugees. Read more about What happens if Trump does stop aid to Palestinians?
Gaza at breaking point as Rafah remains shut. Read more about Old headaches for new reconciliation deal
Rejectionism by Israel and its international backers is making next Gaza war more likely. Read more about Video: Why UN should say "good riddance" to Israel
Real obstacles remain to any breakthrough. Read more about Much optimism, little confidence in Hamas-Fatah deal
After years of deadlock, intra-Palestinian politics has reached a phase of hyperactivity. Read more about Has Palestinian unity finally arrived?
BDS pressure is only “window of hope” for Palestinians in the besieged territory. Read more about Gaza and the failure of the national project
PA leader is playing politics with the welfare of two million Palestinians to no obvious end. Read more about Mahmoud Abbas' high stakes gamble in Gaza
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
Palestinian Authority employees complain that monthly payments have been drastically reduced. Read more about A "wage massacre" in Gaza