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Israeli interrogators sexually harassed Ahed Tamimi, complaint says

More than 350 Palestinian children in Israeli jails on Palestinian children’s day.

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Israelis disguised as journalists shoot, abduct Palestinian students

Birzeit University condemns “barbaric intrusion” on West Bank campus.

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Ramallah bubble pierced by Israeli bullets

Slaying of Muhammad al-Hattab a reminder that there’s no escaping from the occupation.

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Cooperating with Israel: sacred or sinister?

The Palestinian Authority’s repression of protests follows a game plan hatched by the West.

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Palestinians unveil gift of giant Mandela statue donated by the city of Johannesburg

PALESTINIANS on April 26th inaugurated a giant statue of Nelson Mandela donated by the South African city of Johannesburg to their political capital in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. The six-metre two-tonne bronze statue was a gift from Johannesburg with which Ramallah is twinned. “I think that Nelson Mandela himself would have been extremely proud of what has been done today,” ...

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Palestinian journalist, threatened with death, seeks asylum in Belgium

Abdelsalam Abunada has been campaigning against a law that would give the Palestinian Authority greater powers of censorship.

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The Month in Pictures: April 2015

A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.

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Video: Dance festival contributes to “artistic intifada” in Ramallah

Annual event promotes artistic exchange and solidarity with Palestine.

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Video: Bringing the Holy Fire of Easter through a military checkpoint

Israel denies Palestinian Christians access to Jerusalem.

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Hunger strikes are a thorn in Israel’s side, says ex-prisoner

Hassan Ishtayeh has been arrested eight times since 1987.

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