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Commission: Three Palestinian prisoners in Israel have cancer

Three Palestinian prisoners in Israel are suffering from cancer and their health situation is deteriorating, today said Qadri Abu Bakr, head of the Palestinian Commission of Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs. He told Voice of Palestine radio that Nidal Abu Ahour, Imad Abu Ramouz and Omar Orabi have all been diagnosed with cancer, blaming what he described as medical negligence in …

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UN report cites dozens of Israeli demolitions of Palestinian structures in 3 weeks, hundreds displaced or affected

On 25 November, citing the lack of building permits, the Israeli occupation authorities demolished 11 Palestinian-owned structures in Masafer Yatta area in the south of the West Bank, which included homes, livelihood-related structures and water and sanitation facilities, some of which had been previously provided as humanitarian assistance, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs …

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Israeli occupation forces raze Palestinian home in West Bank

The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Wednesday evening demolished a Palestinian house in Khilat an-Natsh area in the south of al-Khalil at the pretext of unlicensed construction. According to local sources, bulldozers escorted by Israeli troops stormed Khilat an-Natsh area and embarked on knocking down a two-story house belonging to a local resident. The IOF already notified Osama Idris, the …

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Israeli settlers cut off olive trees in Salfit

A horde of extremist Jewish settlers has wreaked havoc on an olive grove in al-Wadat area in Bruqin town, west of Salfit in the occupied West Bank. According to local sources, settlers from the illegal settlement of Bruchin — built on lands annexed from the towns of Bruqin and Kafr ad-Dik in western Salfit — had embarked since yesterday on …

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Indonesian foreign minister assures her Palestinian counterpart her country’s support of Palestine

Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi today assured her Palestinian counterpart, Riyad Malki, of her country`s firm position in support of Palestine in ending the Israeli occupation of its land. During a phone call with Malki, Marsudi asked about the results of the dialogue between Hamas and Fatah to end the division and prepare for the elections, as announced by President Mahmoud Abbas in his …

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Israel detains 19 Palestinians from the occupied territories

Israeli occupation forces today detained 19 Palestinians from various parts of the occupied territories, including 12 from Ramallah, according to the Palestine Prisoner’s Society (PPS). It said in a press statement that six of the 12 detainees were identified as residents of Kobar village, northwest of Ramallah, and included brothers. Two others were identified as residents of al-Mughayyir village, northeast of Ramallah city, …

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New report: Hundreds of Palestinian teenagers arrested from their beds in the middle of the night

Every year, the Israeli military arrests hundreds of Palestinian teenagers from their beds in the middle of the night, taking them to interrogation hand-cuffed and blindfolded, and traumatizing whole families, including young children, according to a new report by the Israeli human rights group HaMoked. The night arrests are in violation of Israeli military regulations and commitments to issue a …

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COVID-19 in Palestine: 9 deaths, 1,720 new cases within 24 hours

The Ministry of Health in Ramallah announced on Wednesday that 9 deaths, 1,720 new cases of coronavirus, and 490 recoveries were recorded during the past 24 hours, after conducting 7,366 examinations. The ministry stated in the daily epidemiological report of coronavirus that 3 deaths were recorded in the West Bank, Nablus, Bethlehem, and Qalqilya, in addition to 6 deaths in …

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Israel, Lebanon talks on maritime borders stall

US-brokered Israeli-Lebanese talks on the countries ‘maritime borders have reached a dead end due to conflicting positions, Israel Hayom reported yesterday. On Sunday, following the fallout of the talks, Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz and Lebanese President Michel Aoun traded barbs, the paper said. The Israeli minister claimed that the Lebanese government has “changed its mind seven times” with regard to its position on …

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