Israel has denied contacts with Hamas, but several initiatives seem to be underway. Read more about Are Israel and Hamas really talking about ending Gaza siege?
Forcing the PA to collapse would harm Israel’s security, a New York court has been told. Read more about Palestinian Authority needed to protect Israeli settlers, says US
Blackouts have caused sensitive machines to malfunction in Gaza’s hospitals. Read more about One year after shelling Gaza's hospitals, Israel starves them of power
The US government has signaled that it may request delays to financial penalties imposed on the Palestinian Authority by a New York court. Read more about Will US come to Palestinian Authority's aid in "anti-terrorism" case?
Video shows trucks bringing milk from illegal settlements to factory inside Israel. Read more about Milk firm may be flouting EU rules on trade with Israel's settlements
More than 200 Hamas members have been arrested by the Palestinian Authority since 2 July, according to the Islamic resistance movement. Read more about Accusations of torture as PA detains hundreds of Hamas activists
Israel made sure that a father would never see his children again. Read more about When will Dad come back?
Israel’s efforts to close Palestine 48 are part of a broader strategy of “silencing the Arab public,” says channel’s board member. Read more about Netanyahu orders shutdown of TV channel for Palestinians in Israel
Israel denied Palestinian photojournalist access to Jerusalem for medical treatment after he was shot in the eye while covering a protest. Read more about Israel shoots journalist in the face
While concerned for his health, Adnan’s family supports his decision to go on hunger strike and is confident he will emerge victorious. Read more about Khader Adnan is starving for freedom again
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