One day after visiting Palestine, Brazilian politician Tarso Genro signed a deal with Israeli arms firm Elbit. Read more about Porto Alegre is Palestine's friend, so why has it embraced Israel's war industry?
Counter-demonstrators attacked last year’s event marking the anniversary of the dispossession of Palestine Read more about Despite threats, students to commemorate Nakba at Tel Aviv University
Iyad Hayatleh, a Palestinian poet raised in Damascus and now living in Britain, teamed up with Scottish literary figure Tessa Ransford. Read more about Five Pillars of Islam inspire humanitarian message in new bilingual poetry collection
The Canada Revenue Agency is questioned on the legality of JNF’s charitable status. Read more about Internal documents show Canadian tax agency protected Jewish National Fund from scrutiny
Artists show that Christian communities share a “culture, not just a faith.” Read more about Vandalism of Christian sites in Palestine inspires London art show
New “villages” build on opposition to US support for Israeli apartheid voiced during Obama’s visit. Read more about Protest tents spring up across the West Bank
Five artists scheduled to take part in the West Bank tour were denied entry by Israel. Read more about Playback and protest: The Freedom Bus hits the road
About two dozen young people have moved into Iqrit, a village ethnically cleansed by Zionist forces in the 1940s. Read more about Youth move back to Palestinian village stolen from their families
Gaza municipality uses donkey carts to collect 350 tons of waste daily. Read more about Israel's siege tips Gaza waste management to crisis point
Residents of Beit Safafa, near Jerusalem, are resisting a settler highway that would cause irreparable harm to their village. Read more about Israeli highway hits Palestinian village "like a tsunami"