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  1. A gated community of villas with well-tended flower gardens near the West Bank town of Ramallah may help explain why Palestinians almost universally believe there is corruption in the government of President Mahmoud Abbas.

  2. Palestinians have marked the anniversary of their mass uprooting with the wailing of sirens and low-key marches in the West Bank and Gaza

  3. #Nakba Marked on Twitter on its 68th Anniversary

    The Palestine ChronicleMay 16 06:17 AM

    Palestinians all over the world mark May 15 as a day of loss and displacement after the Zionist militias ethnically cleansed 531 Palestinian villages and made more than 750,000 Palestinians refugees.

  4. 14 years ago, a deal was reached between the Palestinian Authority and Israel, which stated that 26 Palestinian fighters, who joined some 200 Palestinians who sought refuge in the Church of Nativity, be deported to the Gaza Strip. 13 others were deported to Europe.

  5. Palestinians have marked the anniversary of their uprooting almost seven decades ago with sirens and low-key marches.

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    Al BawabaMay 18 07:41 AM

    Israeli forces detained an estimated 24 Palestinians , including a former minister, during predawn detention raids across the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, locals and Palestinian security sources said on Wednesday.

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    Arab NewsMay 15 12:36 PM

    Israeli security forces stand guard gestures towards Palestinians next to a makeshift train, that is symbolically heading to the homes and lands they left in 1948, on Sunday in the West Bank town of Bethlehem as they commemorate the "Nakba" or "catastrophe" in Arabic in reference to the establishment in 1948 of the state of Israel.

  8. Thousands of Palestinians across the world have marked the anniversary of their uprooting by Israel almost seven decades ago with sirens and low-key marches.

  9. Months of unrest between Israel and the Palestinians is bringing the communities to boiling point, writes the BBC's Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen.

  10. The Chinese dissident and world-renowned artist, whose documentary on refugees took him to Gaza and West Bank, tells Haaretz what he thinks of the refusal by Israeli state officials to meet him, what's unique about Tel Aviv Museum's cancellation of his art show and who's his favorite artist.

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