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Israeli troops kill Gaza teens during border protests: report

They named the dead as Khaled Al-Rabai, 14, and Ali Al-Ashqar, 17. Seventy protesters were wounded, 38 of them by live fire, medical officials said.

Rashida Tlaib's grandmother weathers global political storm from West Bank

Rashida Tlaib’s relatives had spent days busily preparing for her planned visit to the Israeli-occupied West Bank with a congressional delegation. They worked the phones, posed for photographers and chose a sheep to slaughter for a traditional Palestinian feast.


Palestinians are determined to continue conflict at any price: Israeli PM Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu says while Israel welcomed the US's $50 billion Palestinian development plan, the Palestinians themselves denounced it and even arrested a Palestinian businessman who participated in it.

Yoga fest in Palestine draws huge response from Palestinian youth

The event was organised by Representative Office of India in Palestine in association with Governorate of Jericho, Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, and Beit Al Shams Center for Self Development Saturday evening.

White House unveils USD 50 billion Palestinian economic plan

The scheme, which calls for a mix of public and private financing and intends to create at least a million new jobs for Palestinians, was posted to the White House website ahead of a two-day conference in Bahrain.

Violence reduces, Palestinians say Egypt has mediated ceasefire with Israel

The latest round of fighting erupted three days ago, peaking on Sunday when rockets and missiles from Gaza killed four civilians in Israel, and Israeli strikes killed 19 Palestinians, more than half of them civilians.


Palestine: Mahmoud Abbas picks loyalist Mohammed Shtayyeh as prime minister

Speaking to Palestine Television, Mohammed Shtayyeh said he would immediately begin consultations with factions belonging to the Palestine Liberation Organization, which Abbas heads, on forming a new cabinet.

UN chief hails 'historic' moment as Palestine takes over reins of G77

Guterres urged the G77 to bring "solutions and commitments" to, among others, the climate summit in September and enumerated other upcoming events in need of the bloc's support.

Palestinian shot dead trying to stab Israeli soldier, says military

"A Palestinian attempted to stab a soldier at the site. Our troops fired at him and he was killed. There were no casualties among our forces," the military said in a statement.

US likely to close Palestinian mission in Washington, say reports

The Palestinians say that the Trump administration is biased against them and that the latter has fully adopted Israel's positions. Palestinians say that they will only negotiate under the mediation of a broader international forum.

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Palestinian photographer finds second calling as wire sculptor

After 14 years as a photographer in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, one Palestinian man Haitham Khateeb has found his second calling through sculpture, telling stories by recycling metal wire into art.

Life at a UN school in Gaza during ceasefire

During the 72 hour ceasefire, displaced Palestinian children at a UN school where they had sought refuge, tried to forget the trauma of war.


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State of Palestine: Hamas hold Gaza City funeral procession for 7 killed fighters

Thousands of Palestinians took part in a funeral procession for the seven members of Hamas’ armed wing al-Qassam Brigade, in Gaza City on Friday. The seven men lost their lives in a collapse while trying to repair a tunnel near the border at Rafah, which had already collapsed in places two days prior to the […]