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Has the PA punished prisoners’ families to please Trump?

Vulnerable families worry that US and Israeli pressure on PA to end stipends will leave them bereft.

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US slashes aid as Gaza hospitals run out of fuel

Emergency fuel is needed to keep life-saving services going.

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Siege stops chemotherapy in Gaza

Israel reopened Gaza’s sole commercial crossing after inflicting millions in damage during month of closure.

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Dareen Tatour joins eminent Palestinian writers persecuted by Israel

“There is no justice in an Israeli court when the accused is Palestinian,” poet says.

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Palestinians celebrate release of Ahed Tamimi

Teen who spent eight months in prison says she has no regrets for slapping occupation soldier.

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Settlers step up hostilities against Palestine’s mosques

Benjamin Netanyahu gives green light for provocative actions against one of Islam’s holiest sites.

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Khan al-Ahmar resists Israeli bulldozers and brutality

Village gets brief reprieve as Israeli court temporarily halts demolition.

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Family of Gaza massacre victim pressed to repay debt

Father killed by Israel had borrowed $28,000 to meet his family's needs.

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End PA sanctions on Gaza

Editorial illustration by Nidal El-Khairy.

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Palestinian Authority proves to be good student of Israeli repression

Women were sexually harassed and young men beaten by undercover police during a recent Ramallah protest.

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