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23 May 2019
Young Palestinian, Omar Abu Hashim, dreamt of becoming not just a professional footballer, but a famous one. However, a bullet to the leg during a protest march led to his left leg being amputated. With the help of the International Committee of the Red Cross, the 20-year-old and others like him could still achieve fame playing the beautiful game.
2 Dec 2018
Gaza only grand piano is making music again after it was damaged in a 2014 air strike
15 Jul 2018
Israel and Gaza militants reached a decision to stop shooting rockets at one another following the most serious escalation of violence since the 2014 Israel-Gaza war.
13 May 2018
Donald Trump's decision to walk away from the Iran nuclear dealt was followed by direct confrontation between Israel and Iran in Syria and all comes ahead of next Monday's decision by Trump to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. The date chosen to coincide with the 70th anniversary of Israel. In the build-up another Friday of protest at Israel's border with Gaza. With all that's going on can Israel afford to stick with the status quo when it comes to the Palestinians?
2 Apr 2018
Opposing cartoons tell the competing narratives of the Gaza border clashes: in far-right paper Israel Hayom, a Hamas fighter storms the border with civilians strapped to his torso.
31 Mar 2018
Funerals were held on Saturday (March 31) for Palestinians killed by Israeli security forces who confronted protesters a day earlier. On Friday, at least 15 Palestinians were killed, some of whom the military said had opened fire, rolled burning tyres and hurled rocks and fire bombs toward troops across the border.
31 Mar 2018
Violent scenes in Gaza have seen anger spreading on social media. Israeli snipers and tear gas have hit Palestinians taking part in the "Great March of Return", at the border with Israel. The protestors are calling for the right to go back to their homeland. Plus, more revelations from Facebook.
19 Dec 2017
The Israeli military said it attacked a Hamas training compound in Gaza on Monday in response to rocket strikes from the Palestinian enclave, which have surged since U.S. President Donald Trump recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital on Dec 6.
9 Dec 2017
Israel's military says its aircraft bombed militant targets in Gaza and the Palestinian Health Ministry said at least 25 people were wounded in the strikes, including six children.
12 Nov 2017
Palestinians rally in Gaza during a memorial ceremony for the late President Yasser Arafat.
31 Oct 2017
Israel's razing of a smuggling tunnel across the border from Gaza killed seven Palestinian gunmen, according to militant groups, coming as rivals Hamas and the Palestinian Authority work toward a new bid at a unity government.
1 Sep 2017
Palestinians celebrate the start of Eid al-Adha in Jerusalem, Gaza and the West Bank.

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