Observers worry about impact of brain drain for future of besieged Gaza. Read more about Gaza woes force educated to leave
Egypt has kept the Rafah crossing almost hermetically sealed in 2015. Read more about Thwarted hopes on Gaza's border with Egypt
Palestinians say permission to receive medical treatment outside of Gaza is given to highest bidder. Read more about Gaza patients stranded at Egypt's border
Palestinian activists establish kindergarten to fight settler takeover of Hebron neighborhood.
Read more about Keeping Palestinian identity alive in Hebron
By advertising hotels in these settlements, Booking.com is abetting war crimes. Read more about Booking.com offers hotel rooms in Israel's illegal settlements
Placing the village of Issawiyeh under siege has not stopped local youth from resisting Israel’s occupation. Read more about Two unequal worlds in Israeli-occupied Jerusalem
Israel denied her an exit permit, so a cardboard cut out stood in for Gaza writer Sarah Ali. Read more about Trapped in Gaza
Unlike the Rafah crossing, other borders have been opened since the Cairo coup earlier this year. Read more about Why is Gaza always Egypt's scapegoat?
Gaza a “disaster area” say UN officials, as hardships caused by historic storm compounded by power crisis and ongoing siege. Read more about Families seek refuge in school as flooded Gaza turns into “disaster area”
Whenever there’s turbulence in Cairo, you can be sure that Palestinians will be scapegoated. Read more about Why should Gazans have to hide their identity in Egypt?