UK says Israeli sentencing of Palestinian teenage girl "emblematic"
London says it is concerned by Israel's jailing of Palestinian children, saying it must "improve its practices in line with international law and obligations".
Israel ministers welcome US appointment of 'friend' Bolton
Two Hamas security force members killed in raid on bomb suspect
Ahed Tamimi reaches plea deal for eight months in jail
Netanyahu says African migrants threaten Jewish majority
NGO says Israeli army violating Palestinian minors’ rights
Abbas calls US ambassador to Israel 'son of a dog'
Israeli soldier sees manslaughter sentence slashed
Gaza Strip woes receive renewed attention but no fix is expected
Israel arrests French consulate worker for gun smuggling
Israel prepares to demolish Jerusalem attacker's home
Israel blasts Gaza underground tunnel
Hamas shutters mobile firm after Gaza attack on PM
Israel punishes family members of West Bank attacker
Air India says will fly over Saudi airspace to Tel Aviv
UNRWA chief says agency needs urgent funds by summer
Israel attacks Hamas posts in Gaza
Hamas widens probe into bomb attack against Palestinian PM
UN Palestinian agency faces cash crisis
Palestinian PM escapes explosion on rare Gaza visit
Palestinian presence at White House Gaza conference uncertain
Weapons imports to Middle East booming
US policy on the Middle East just got foggier
Palestinians plan Gaza border tent protests
Israeli police get right to hold Palestinian assailants' bodies
Trump peace process is 'cattle shoot trap'
Guatemala to relocate embassy to Jerusalem in May
Netanyahu to meet 'true friend' Trump amid deluge of legal woes
Israel police grill Netanyahu on new fraud cases
Netanyahu welcomes Prince William Israel visit
Arab women artists in diaspora focus on identity and loss
There is a sense of melancholy in the work of Arab women artists in the diaspora.
Suleman’s ‘The Fabric of Life’ showcases social history of textile in the Middle East
Suleman has raised the status of textiles, which she says have been underrated.
Founder of worldwide sensation ‘Riverdance’ takes on Israeli occupation
McColgan did a 10-day film shoot, visiting the West Bank, Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip, which many film-makers avoid.
Gaza zookeeper puts lion cubs up for sale
Private zoo in blockaded, impoverished Gaza Strip puts lion cubs up for sale due to 'bad economic situation'.
Palestinian refugees see fashion products hit international shelves
300 women at Jerash Camp in occupied West Bank employed at work shop producing embroidered products destined for Paris, London boutiques.
Palestine leap frogs Israel in FIFA rankings
‘Historic achievement’ for Palestinian football as they go above Israel for first time following recent success.
Newly built Palestinian city offers new vision for life
$1.4 billion conception of Palestinian-American developer offers facilities, luxuries unseen anywhere else in occupied West Bank.
Arab craft glitters through generations in Columbia
Arab tradition of crafting fine jewellery taught to Spaniards which took it to isolated Mompox where generations of goldsmiths maintain ancient method.
Urgent action needed for water sustainability in MENA
More than 60% of Middle East and North African region’s population lives in areas with high or very high water stress.
Book Review: ‘Why America Misunderstands the World’
Former member of the CIA Paul R. Pillar offers us nuanced historical explanations as to why the US consistently misunderstand the world.
Rising Palestinian music stars delight London audience
The artists highlighted Palestinians’ suffering under Israeli occupation in many songs and musical compositions.