Blackouts force delays on vital operations. Read more about Surgeries cut by one-third in Gaza's main hospital
Israel makes concessions on family visits. Read more about Hunger strike ends, prisoners declare victory
South Africa’s deputy president joined fast in solidarity with Palestinian hunger strikers. Read more about Israel treats prisoners worse than apartheid, says Robben Island veteran
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
Number of people exiting Gaza through Israel drops to lowest level in years. Read more about Gaza on brink of "systemic collapse," ICRC warns
Justice ministry has never launched a single criminal investigation against an interrogator. Read more about Israel dismisses 1,000 complaints of torture
Malik al-Qadi has been in coma since 10 September. Read more about Prisoners begin mass hunger strike to support jailed student "fighting death"
Ruling rejects petitions by human rights groups, as hunger strikers face new infringements. Read more about Israeli high court upholds force-feeding "torture"
Bilal Kayed could face forced treatment while other prisoners are denied visits by their lawyers. Read more about Israel escalates crackdown on hunger strikers
Organization says not enough families take advantage of twice monthly visits. Read more about Red Cross cuts family visits to Palestinian prisoners
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