The Gaza Strip received 2,000 doses of Russia's Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine, which covers approximately 0.05 percent of the blockaded enclave.
Talk about Israel's possible "annexation" of portions of Judea and Samaria is legally misguided.
"I just woke up to over 80 threatening messages and comments on Facebook from people in Israel."
Thousands of camouflage army boots were to make their way to Hamas's military wing, Israel says.
Rights groups say that life in the coastal enclave has become "unlivable."
Gaza's health system has been on the brink of collapse for years. Now it has reached crisis point.
The deaths come after the assassination of one of the group's top militants last month.
The warning comes after Israeli strikes on the territory in response to militant rocket fire.
Nations should protect protestors against the denial of Palestinian rights, Saeb Erekat writes.
The Israeli leader causes controversy by claiming that Palestinian leaders steal from their people.
The provocative claim comes ahead of October's local and municipal elections.
After the murder of a 13-year-old girl, two more stabbing attacks have taken place.
The defense project would protect the 60 kilometer length of the Israel-Gaza border.
Delays and disagreements have seen the museum eventually open—but with nothing inside.
Tensions are rising as the Israeli military conducts operations to root out militant tunnel system.
A Hamas official says Egypt stepped in to restore calm after night of cross-border clashes.
Yosef Haim Ben-David got a life sentence and was ordered to pay $39,000 to his victim's family.
The militant group applauded the bus bombing that injured over 20 people.
Some 438 Palestinian youths were detained in Israeli jails as of February, up from 170 last September.
Men charged with "disturbing the peace" at the religious site.