Food here has become politicized—in ways, even weaponized—and a microcosm of the forces shaping Gaza’s humanitarian crises.
"We will not remain the only ones committed to the implementation of these agreements, while Israel continuously violates them," Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas declared.
With Muslims and Jews observing major religious holidays, violence in Jerusalem has spread to the occupied West Bank after a bloody week at a contested holy site.
Israeli authorities said they detained 29 people in raids early Wednesday morning, including suspects “involved in funding and direction of Hamas branches overseas.”
Around 50 supporters of the Islamist group were arrested over the past two days alone. Hamas has also detained members of President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah in Gaza.
The city has been relatively calm after a string of similar assaults last year, but there are fears the violence could flare again over a tax revenue freeze that has strangled Palestinian finances.
As Palestinians cope with the physical destruction of Gaza, a group of breakdancers provides a free and much-needed distraction to local kids.
The Palestinian Authority has sought recognition on the international stage despite expected repercussions from both Israel and the United States.
The move by the international body begins a lengthy process that could pave the way for charges against both Israelis and Palestinians.
When I went from working with NGOs to the private sector, a crazy business partner and some shady cops nearly derailed my business.
Thousands of mourners attended the funeral of Ziad Abu Ein in Ramallah today, as three separate autopsies provided mixed results.