Inquiry says Israel fired on seven U.N. Gaza schools in 2014 war

Israel fired on seven United Nations schools during the 2014 Gaza war, killing 44 Palestinians who had sought shelter at some sites, while Palestinian militants hid weapons and fired from several empty U.N. premises, a U.N. inquiry found.

Israeli soldiers indicted on charges of theft during Gaza war

 Three Israeli soldiers were on Sunday indicted over charges of theft in the ground incursion in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip during the 50-day war last year that killed over 2,000 people.

Israel strikes northern Gaza in response to rocket attack

Israeli forces attacked a position in the north of the Gaza Strip, an immediate response to a Palestinian rocket launched at its neighbour's southern front, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said in a statement on Friday.

Israel strikes northern Gaza in response to rocket attack

Israeli forces attacked a position in the north of the Gaza Strip, an immediate response to a Palestinian rocket launched at its neighbour's southern front, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said in a statement on Friday.

Israeli tanks strike Gaza after rocket fired

Israeli tanks hit a position of the Islamist movement Hamas in the Gaza Strip after a rocket was launched on southern Israel from the Palestinian enclave, Israel`s army said Friday.

Palestinian ministers end Gaza visit over employee row

 Ministers and officials of the West Bank-based Palestinian consensus government on Monday ended a visit to Gaza a day after arriving for talks on salaries of thousands of public employees.

Palestinian ministers visit Gaza over employee dispute

A delegation of Palestinian ministers and senior officials from the West Bank-based national consensus government arrived in Gaza on Sunday in a bid to tackle a thorny dispute over employees.

Palestinian court drops case against Dahlan: Lawyer

A Palestinian court on Sunday dismissed a high-profile corruption case against exiled Gaza strongman Mohammed Dahlan, a defence lawyer said.

Blast outside UN refugee agency HQ in Gaza

An explosive device was detonated outside the UN agency for Palestinian refugees in Gaza City overnight, without causing any injuries, UN and Palestinian security sources have said.

Israel seizes electronics bound for Gaza militants

 Israeli inspectors at a crossing point into the Gaza Strip stopped an attempt to smuggle in hi-tech electronics destined for Palestinian militants, the government said Monday.

Hamas arrests Salafi sheikh in Gaza over IS ties

Gaza's Hamas-run security services have arrested a radical Salafist sheikh, accusing him of membership in the Islamic State (IS) group, a security source said on Monday.

Palestinian economy chief tasked with Gaza rebuilding quits

The Palestinian official tasked with the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip following a devastating 50-day war with Israel has resigned, following criticism of the pace of work.

Gaza man feels duped after selling Banksy mural for $175

A Palestinian man was lamenting his misfortune on Wednesday after selling his bombed-out doorway to a local artist without realising that the image painted on it was by Banksy and could be worth a small fortune.

Rights group accuses Israel of war crimes during Gaza war

The Israeli Army committed war crimes and crimes against humanity during last year`s offensive in Gaza, a rights group said on Friday. 

Palestinian PM pleads unity in war-battered Gaza

Palestinian prime minister Rami Hamdallah urged rival factions to set aside their differences, even as protesters gave him a cool reception in war-battered Gaza on Wednesday.

Israel jails Gaza Hamas fighter for 15 years

An Israeli court on Tuesday jailed for 15-and-a-half years a Palestinian caught fighting in Gaza during last summer`s 50-day war between Israel and Hamas.

Israel army launches Gaza school shelling probe

The Israeli army has launched an investigation into the shelling of a UN school in the Gaza Strip while dismissing several other allegations of misconduct during a bloody war last July-August.

Gazan gets 15 years` hard labour for `spying` for Israel

A court in the Hamas-run Gaza Strip has handed a Palestinian convicted of "spying" for Israel 15 years` hard labour, a judicial source said on Monday.

Gaza farmers export first produce to Israel after 8 years

Gaza farmers exported produce to Israel on Thursday for the first time since the Jewish state imposed its blockade on the Palestinian territory in 2006, officials and an NGO said.

Israel resumes imports of Gaza fruit and veg, easing embargo

Israel imported its first fruit and vegetables from the Gaza Strip in almost eight years on Thursday, in a partial easing of an economic blockade maintained since the Islamist group Hamas seized control of the Palestinian territory.