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INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION GAZA PUT INTO WORDS REVEALS UNKNOWN STORIES OF PALESTINE

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION GAZA PUT INTO WORDS REVEALS UNKNOWN STORIES OF PALESTINE

In collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, As-Safir newspaper launched an international campaign under the name of GAZA Put into Words

8 cases of swine flu recorded in West Bank since start of 2015

8 cases of swine flu recorded in West Bank since start of 2015

The general director of the primary care department of the Ministry of Health said Tuesday that the ministry has recorded eight cases of swine flu in the West Bank since the beginning of 2015.

Watch: 12-year-old winner of Ma'an reality show releases first song

Watch: 12-year-old winner of Ma

Teenage Palestinian singer Miral Ayyad, who won Ma'an Network's Best Talent competition, has produced and released a first video clip of her own.

Palestinian farms break new ground with ostrich and mushrooms

Palestinian farms break new ground with ostrich and mushrooms

The small farm in the southern West Bank seems unremarkable, but for one thing. Instead of the sheep traditional to the area, its livestock are ostriches.

Al-Khalil: A city on the edge

Al-Khalil: A city on the edge

When walking the narrow streets of Al Khalil's old town, what strikes visitors is the degree of Israeli control over everything as well as the economic destruction of the heart of this once-vibrant West Bank city.

Palestinian rappers fume at Israel's Likud over song

Palestinian rappers fume at Israel

Palestinian rappers threatened legal action Sunday against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party for using their song in an Islamic State group-themed campaign ad for Israel's March election.

Fame beckons for Gaza teen band forged in war

Fame beckons for Gaza teen band forged in war

After wowing the judges of "Arabs Got Talent", five young Palestinians who formed a band while Israeli bombs rained down are hoping their budding success can raise awareness of war-ravaged Gaza.

In protest of siege, stranded Gaza students hurl diplomas into the sea

In protest of siege, stranded Gaza students hurl diplomas into the sea

University students from the Gaza Strip on Sunday threw imitation diplomas into the Mediterranean Sea to symbolize their lost collegiate dreams, they told.

Third annual million tree campaign kicks off in Hebron

Third annual million tree campaign kicks off in Hebron

An annual campaign to plant one million trees on land facing annexation in the occupied West Bank kicked off Tuesday in Hebron.

Israeli filmmaker explores life through the eyes of Palestinian teen

Israeli filmmaker explores life through the eyes of Palestinian teen

The short documentary "Khelil Helwa (Hebron is Beautiful)" follows a young boy from Hebron's Tel Rumeida neighborhood as he goes about his daily life, uncovering the matrix of Israeli military control that defines every aspect of life in the occupied West Bank.