Israel seems to have temporarily halted the annexation of the Jordan Valley, but life on the ground remains a challenge.
Dr. Salam Khashan, an OB-GYN in Gaza, on what it's like to brace for COVID-19 in a place already suffering from severe medical shortages.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif called it "the dream project of a bankruptcy-ridden real estate developer."
An IDF tweet in support of cancer patients ignored the reality of what it's like to need healthcare in Gaza.
As sewage spills onto my streets, a dire United Nations prediction is looking likely.
This has long been one of few bipartisan issues, but that could change in 2020.
Experts in cybersecurity and conflict warn that it’s too early to draw dramatic conclusions about Israel’s strike against the alleged Hamas cyber headquarters.
Before a ceasefire took effect Monday morning, 27 people, including two Palestinian babies, were left dead by the most violent clashes since 2014.
Food here has become politicized—in ways, even weaponized—and a microcosm of the forces shaping Gaza’s humanitarian crises.
After holding Palestinian mail for 8 years, Israel finally released 10.5 tons of it.
Four Gaza-based photographers are capturing their favorite parts of the region to show a different side of the territory and its people.
The justifications given for the deaths of Palestinian protesters just don't add up.