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Heartwarming or heartless? Israeli propaganda vs. reality

Israel says obtaining permits for medical care is “easy and fast” while rights group calls it “a bureaucratic nightmare.”

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Watch: 50 years of closure in Gaza

Film by Palestinian rights group shows that isolation is longstanding Israeli policy.

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Video: Fighting to show the truth in Gaza

Ezz Zanoun describes his life as a photojournalist under siege. 

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A life worth living?

Suicide rates in Gaza are rising and young people are particularly vulnerable.

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How Saudi power play could hurt Palestinians

Fragile reconciliation could be torn apart by Riyadh's regional machinations.

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Power crisis threatens livelihoods of Gaza farmers

Irrigating crops has often been impossible.

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Gaza’s blue gold

Crab season is eagerly awaited by Palestinian fishing families each year.

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Colonialism links catastrophes in Puerto Rico and Gaza

Headlines from hurricane stricken Puerto Rico are familiar to Palestinians living under Israeli siege.

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Has Palestinian unity finally arrived?

After years of deadlock, inter-Palestinian politics has reached a phase of hyperactivity.

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A passion for fashion in Gaza

Four women designers run the House of Organza studio.

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