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Risking death by drowning to escape Gaza siege

Sajed Hammad's family wait for him to return after he went missing while trying to reach Europe by sea.

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Palestinians urge Turkish people to reject Israel ties

BDS National Committee warns that Israel-Turkey gas deals would aid Israel's occupation, violations.

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Gaza runner sets sights on Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Inas Nofal, 15, dreams to represent Palestine internationally.

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Israel using basic needs to blackmail Palestinians

Israeli human rights groups decry vilification of aid agencies in Gaza.

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No sweet relief for Gaza watermelon farmers

Drive for independence from Israeli products under pressure from economic realities.

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Accused of hacking, blocked from hugging

Majd Oweida's parents have only been able to see him once since Israel arrested him in February.

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Gaza’s sick pay price of blockade

Chronic lack of medicine puts lives at risk.

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My daughter sends joy to Gaza

What a secondary school final exam score means for one long-suffering family.

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Gaza’s rich history is potential tourism draw

Tourism industry seeking to rebound nearly one decade into siege.

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Gaza band gains global audience despite siege

Watar Band made their mark with single released during Israel's assault in summer 2014.

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