The Fatah-led Palestinian Authority says it will no longer pay Israel for electricity it supplies to the Gaza Strip, raising fears of a complete power shutdown in the besieged territory.
Foreign aid alone is not enough to rescue Gaza from its deepening humanitarian crisis, the World Bank said in a new report on Thursday.
Israeli lawmakers have proclaimed the move as historic. But is it more of a PR stunt?
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will ask Hamas to hand Gaza over to the PA or face funding cuts to the besieged enclave, Israeli analyst Avi Issacharoff has claimed.
A Palestinian stabbed and lightly wounded four people in Tel Aviv before being arrested Sunday
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As problems overwhelm Gaza, the closure of the Rafah crossing is overlooked writes Arafat
US President Donald Trump will host Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas, as the president looks to revive the Middle East peace effort.
The Gaza Strip's only functioning power plant was out of action Sunday after running out of fuel, the head of the territory's electricity provider told AFP.
Hamas, who control Gaza, and the Fatah-dominated Palestinian Authority, have for years blamed each other for an electricity crisis in the besieged coastal enclave.