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Injured detainee in Israeli jails wins Palestine’s 'Woman of Year' award

The Palestinian Ministry for Women's Affairs on Thursday awarded Israa Jaabees, an injured Palestinian woman who remains in Israeli police custody, as this year’s “Woman of Palestine.”

Hilal Eweeda succumbed to wounds sustained on Friday.

Four Palestinians, including child killed by Israeli forces on Friday

Israeli occupation forces shot dead four peaceful Palestinian protesters, including child and wounded 883 others along the eastern Gaza borders on Friday.

Leaked document: Abbas fully recognises Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’

Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas accepts Abu Deis as Palestinian state’s capital as part of US President Donald Trump’s peace plan known as the “Deal of the Century,” President of Wold Jewish Congress Ronald Lauder has said.

Palestinian journalist injured by Israeli snipers along Gaza borders passed away

Palestinian journalist Ahmed abu-Hussein succumbed to his wounds sustained two weeks ago as he was shot by an Israeli occupation sniper during his coverage to the Great March of Return.

Syria: Regime attacks kill 20 in Yarmouk camp

Around 20 civilians have been killed in week-long regime airstrikes on the Yarmouk Camp, a district of capital Damascus, according to local sources on Tuesday.

Gaza delays 4,000 surgeries due to increased demand

Ministry of health in Gaza postponed 4,000 surgeries as a result of increasing number of Palestinians being injured by Israeli attacks on unarmed protesters taking part in the Great March of Return.

Palestine files complaint against Israel under anti-racism treaty

Palestinian diplomats in Geneva filed complaint against Israel for breaches of its obligations under UN anti-racism treaty, triggering what may be lengthy and high-profile investigation.

Palestine runners cross the finish line at the 2018 London Marathon

Palestinian long-distance runner and founder of Runners for Freedom, Mohammed Alqadi, crossed the finish line at the London Marathon yesterday for the second time.

Malaysian police issue sketches of Israeli suspects shot Palestinian scholar

Two Israeli Mossad agents, who assassinated young Palestinian scholar in Kuala Lumpur Fadi al-Batsh, described on Monday as being of Middle Eastern or European descent, well-built, 1.80 meters tall.

Two Gaza protesters, including deaf boy die of wounds

On Monday, two Palestinian protesters from Gaza, including deaf boy succumbed to wounds sustained by Israeli snipers when they participated in Great March of Return activities on Friday.

After killing Gaza boy, Israeli minister says: Israeli army the most moral in the world

Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman described Israeli army of being “the most moral” in the world after killing four unarmed Palestinian protesters in Gaza, including 14-year-old boy.

Israeli targeting of skilful Arab, Palestinian scholars

Israeli Mossad has been known for targeting effective Arab and Palestinian characters, including skilful scholars. Dr Fadi al-Batch was number four of those assassinated since start of 2018.

Natalie Portman did not accept Israeli prize due to Netanyahu’s brutality

Actress Natalie Portman has defended her decision not to attend an Israeli awards ceremony, saying she can be critical of the brutality of Israeli leadership.

Israeli forces have killed four unarmed protesters in Gaza

Israeli occupation forces have so far killed four unarmed and peaceful Palestinian protesters along Gaza borders, including a boy and wounded around 550 others.

Israeli settlers vandalise Palestinian vehicles, cemetery

Extremist Israeli Jewish settlers has vandalised dozens of Palestinian vehicles in occupied West Bank, defiled Muslim cemetery in occupied Jerusalem.

MoH: Israel killed 33, wounded 4,279 Gazans since March 30

Israeli occupation forces have killed 33 peaceful Palestinian protesters in Gaza Strip and wounded 4,279 others since start of Great March of Return on March 30, Palestinian MoH in Gaza said on Wednesday.

Swedish activist continues walk for Palestine

A 25-year-old Swedish activist, who commenced a long walk from Sweden to Palestine to raise awareness about human rights violations in the occupied territory, reached Turkey’s northwestern Duzce province on Sunday.

Israel refuses French mayor entry into Israel

Israeli Interior Minister Aryeh Deri declined on Monday to allow mayor of Parisian suburb of Gennevilliers, Patrice Leclerc, to enter Israel.

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University of Sydney academics back BDS

Dozens of academics at the University of Sydney have declared their support for the Palestinian-led Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, reported the Australian.

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