Seeking new funds, Gaza's Hamas impose a slew of new taxes
The move by the militant group comes at a time when Gaza's 2.3 million people are suffering not only from a 15-year Israeli-Egyptian blockade, but also from a new jump in prices caused by global supply-chain issues and the Russian invasion of Ukraine
Israel closes crossing to Gaza workers after Hamas rocket attacks
Israel said Palestinian militants fired two rockets late Friday, with one landing in an open area inside Israel and the other falling inside Gaza.
Israel Air Force and Palestine militants trade fire across Gaza as clashes intensify at Jerusalem
Palestinian militants fired two rockets toward Israel from the Gaza Strip late Wednesday and early Thursday, and Israeli aircraft hit militant targets in the seaside, Hamas-ruled enclave
Israel, Gaza militants trade fire as Mideast tensions mount
Israel holds the Hamas militant group that rules Gaza responsible for all rocket fire and typically responds with airstrikes within hours
Israel carries out its first air strike on Gaza Strip after rocket attack as Jerusalem tensions spike
Warning sirens sounded in southern Israel Monday night after the rocket was fired from the enclave controlled by the Islamist group Hamas, the first such incident since early January
Israeli jets hit militant targets in Gaza after rocket fire; no immediate reports on possible casualties
It is, however, not clear whether the rockets were meant to hit Israel, but Gaza-based militant groups often test-fire missiles toward the sea. There were no reports of casualties from Saturday's rocket launches
Palestinian president, Israeli defence minister hold rare talks amid violent clashes along Gaza border
Defence Minister Benny Gantz met Abbas in Ramallah late Sunday for what were reportedly the first direct talks between an Israeli cabinet member and the 86-year-old Palestinian leader in several years
Israel pounds Gaza after border clashes between troops, Palestinian protesters leave dozens injured
Hamas had called a protest on Saturday to mark the burning 52 years ago of Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque, the third-holiest site in Islam.
Israel conducts air strikes on Gaza strip in response to Hamas’ incendiary balloons
The violence is the first flare-up since a ceasefire came into place in May, after 11 days of fighting between Israeli forces and Hamas claimed 260 Palestinian lives
Israel claims Hamas tried to disrupt Iron Dome from Gaza tower that housed news outlets
The Israeli air force bombed the 12-story al-Jalaa tower on 15 May, roughly an hour after ordering all occupants to evacuate
Oslo movie review: Ruth Wilson, Andrew Scott's drama is a timely but intrinsically partial account of history
Oslo believes it is empathetic and balanced (which is questionable enough), but its skewed scales are essentially a consequence of an inbuilt Hollywood gaze.
Israel's Opposition inches closer to forming coalition to oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Netanyahu, 71, who faces trial on fraud, bribery and breach of trust charges, has held onto power through four inconclusive elections in under two years
A soccer enthusiast, a piano player: Stories of children who died in Israel-Palestine conflict
During 11 days of fighting this month between Israel and Hamas, at least 67 children under age 18 were killed in Gaza and 2 in Israel, according to initial reports
Israel's Waltz With Bashir and Palestine's Paradise Now: Studying two Oscar-nominated films united by cost of war
More than anyone else, maybe Israel and Palestine should watch these films, their ruthless yet affecting excavation of the paranoia that living under war-torn roofs comes with.
Benjamin Netanyahu terms UN Human Rights Council decision to probe abuses in Palestinian areas as 'shameful'
The UNHRC is set for an open-ended international investigation into violations committed during the latest Gaza violence, and 'systematic' abuse in Palestine
US top diplomat Antony Blinken vows support for Gaza truce but no 'benefit' for Hamas
Blinken's visit to Israel comes as the ceasefire holds but tensions simmer in Israel and the rest of the occupied Palestinian territories
Amid ceasefire after 11-day war, displaced in Gaza face familiar plight
The United Nations estimates that about 1,000 homes were destroyed in the 11-day war that ended last Friday. Lynn Hastings, the UN humanitarian coordinator for the region, said hundreds of additional housing units were damaged so badly they are likely uninhabitable.
As life begins to come back to normal in Gaza post ceasefire, fishermen return to sea
Gazans take pride in their seafood, and the return of fishing buoyed hopes that the ceasefire will hold.
Misery at heart of Israel-Gaza conflict: For millions of Palestinians, routine indignities are part of daily life
Palestinians routinely experience exasperating impossibilities and petty humiliations, bureaucratic controls that force agonising choices, and the fragility and cruelty of life under military rule
Israel-Gaza conflict: In first statement since 10 May, UN Security Council calls for full 'adherence' to Gaza ceasefire
The US delegation backed the statement only after a paragraph condemning the violence — a sensitive issue since it raised the question of blame — was removed