Ein Hijleh was forcibly depopulated by Israel in 1967. Palestinians are reclaiming the land, linking it to their history and heritage. Read more about Palestinians dodge Israeli soldiers to retake village in occupied West Bank
A family of five has to shell out $1,000 for basic papers, an expense few of the destitute refugees can afford. Read more about Lebanon charges punitive registration fees to Palestinians fleeing Syria war
University officials must divest from companies that profit from Israeli war crimes. Read more about Are we attending a university, or a cold, faceless corporation?
Once they reach 16, sons and daughters need special permits to visit their parents, from a web of Israeli bureaucracy campaigners say is aimed at driving Palestinians out of Jerusalem. Read more about Thousands of Jerusalem children denied basic services by Israeli apartheid
Israel navy has killed 2 Gaza fishermen, wounded 24, captured 147 and taken or damaged more than 150 boats since 2009. Read more about Gaza fishermen suffer 85 percent income loss as Israeli siege, attacks continue
Health and environmental fears rise as authorities face numerous problems at once. Read more about Storm exacerbates sewage crisis in Gaza
Corporate Watch’s research trip to Palestine aims to connect young activists in Gaza and those in the west. Read more about Forging new links to boycott movement in Gaza
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?
The American Studies Association’s meeting showed that the time of fear of debate over boycotting Israel may be over. Read more about The taboo on boycotting Israel has been broken
The Gaza Strip has no electricity for around half of each day. Read more about Power cuts force Gaza's youth to study in dark