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Young Gaza amputees play soccer again after coronavirus curbs eased

Jul 08 2020

GAZA Young Palestinian soccer players, all amputees and many on crutches, were back on the field in Gaza on Tuesday for the first time since coronavirus restrictions were eased in the territory. | Video

Young Gaza amputees play soccer again after coronavirus curbs eased

Jul 07 2020

GAZA, July 7 Young Palestinian soccer players, all amputees and many on crutches, were back on the field in Gaza on Tuesday for the first time since coronavirus restrictions were eased in the territory.

As Israel threatens West Bank annexation, Gazans recall settler withdrawal

Jun 25 2020

GAZA Vineyard owner Haidar al-Zahar recalls with joy the day in 2005 when Israel removed its settlers and troops from the Gaza Strip, part of a withdrawal that few Palestinians thought they would ever see.

In Gaza, two babies fall victim to stalled Israeli-Palestinian ties

Jun 24 2020

GAZA Desperate efforts to save the lives of two critically ill infants in Gaza ended in tragedy after medical transfers to Israel were paralysed by tensions over its planned annexation moves in the occupied West Bank.

Gaza horse riders compete again as coronavirus curbs eased

Jun 19 2020

GAZA Wearing riding pants, logo-decorated shirts and helmets, Gaza horse-riders resumed local show-jumping competitions on Thursday as coronavirus restrictions were eased. | Video

On World Refugee Day, Palestinians try to scrape by in Gaza

Jun 19 2020

GAZA On the United Nations' World Refugee Day on Saturday, Marwan Kuwaik, a 70-year-old Palestinian in Gaza, will be focused on trying to eke out a living by selling snack food on the street.

Faster than machines, jobless Palestinian graduates bring in Gaza's crops

Jun 10 2020

GAZA Covering the ground five times faster than a tractor for subsistence wages, 40 Palestinian graduates have teamed to pick crops in Gaza, after failing to launch the careers they studied for in a territory where unemployment runs at above 50%.

Gaza's young female boxers train on the beach amid coronavirus closures

May 22 2020

GAZA Trading jabs and punches, a team of young female boxers - some as young as four - trained on the beach in Gaza this week after their club was closed due to COVID-19.

Palestinians shun CIA after declaring end to security coordination with U.S. and Israel

May 21 2020

JERUSALEM/GAZA The Palestinians have suspended contacts with the CIA after announcing an end to security coordination with Israel and the United States in protest at Israeli proposals to annex territory in the West Bank, a Palestinian official said on Thursday.

Chafing under lockdown, Palestinians long for Eid celebrations

May 21 2020

BETHLEHEM, West Bank/GAZA Bethlehem is struggling back to life just in time for the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr, nearly three months after it became the first town in the West Bank to be sealed off because of a coronavirus outbreak.

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