Malka Abu Aker has seen her crowded refugee camp in the Israeli-occupied West Bank swell year upon year since fleeing there over 70 years ago, with the arrival of new generations and those escaping successive Mideast conflicts.
Israel on Wednesday linked any assistance it might offer for the Gaza Strip's efforts against coronavirus to progress in its attempt to recover two Israeli soldiers lost during the 2014 war in the Palestinian enclave.
As Palestinians mark the tenth anniversary of Yasser Arafat's death, Becky Anderson hears from two men who worked with him: former State Department adviser Aaron David Miller and long-term unofficial adviser to the Palestinian figurehead, Mark Perry. The pair talk to Becky about Arafat's influence on the peace process, and discuss what he would make […]
Most of the times when we are reporting on war and geo-political conflict, we overlook the human stories at the heart of conflict. French photographer Anne Paq has been capturing the human impact of the standoff between Israel and Gaza where the youngest and oldest members of society fell victim to aerial attacks.
In the worst case of perverse priorities since an Iranian cleric last month called on citizens to congregate in holy sites despite the coronavirus outbreak, the Fatah rulers of the Palestinian Authority organized a mass gathering last week to honor a terrorist. Thousands congregated for the event, with photos showing people crammed together. So much...
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