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# Palestine

May 2024
Gaza hospital says 20 killed in Israeli strike on Nuseirat refugee camp
Fighting rages on in Gaza's Rafah after first aid delivery via US-built pier
Bodies of three hostages found in Gaza as Taoiseach expresses 'deep concern' to Israeli President
Arab League calls for UN peacekeeping force in Palestine as Abbas throws barb at Hamas
'Israel must be stopped': South Africa urges UN court to order military withdrawal from Gaza
In Pictures: Bohemians FC VS Palestine
Palestine have beaten Bohemians FC 2-1 in Dalymount Park in Dublin.
In Pictures: Bohemians FC VS Palestine
Palestine have beaten Bohemians FC 2-1 in Dalymount Park in Dublin.
Netanyahu claims 'no humanitarian catastrophe' in Rafah as hundreds of thousands flee area
Tánaiste Micheál Martin has said Ireland is certain to recognise Palestinian statehood by the end of the month, without specifying a date.
In March, the leaders of Spain, Ireland, Slovenia and Malta said in a joint statement that they stand ready to recognise Palestinian statehood.
The Taoiseach today spoke with King Abdullah of Jordan to update him on Ireland's plan to recognise the State of Palestine.
Israeli settlers block and loot food convoy as President Higgins condemns attacks on aid for Gaza
Death toll in Gaza passes 35,000 as ICJ schedules new hearings in genocide case
Roughly 450,000 people have now been displaced in Rafah since the beginning of last week.
Israeli army claims UN vehicle hit in Rafah was in 'combat zone' after worker dies
Thousands flee northern Gaza as Taoiseach holds talks about recognising state of Palestine
US warns of 'anarchy' if Israel invades Rafah as Gaza death toll passes 35,000
UCD students set up pro-Palestine encampment on campus following Trinity success
Inhumane detention and torture of Gazans reported at Israeli military prison
Gaza: 150,000 people have fled Rafah city as more evacuation orders issued by Israel
UN chief Antonio Guterres said that Gaza risks an “epic humanitarian disaster” if Israel launches a full-scale ground operation in Rafah.
UN General Assembly votes overwhelmingly in favour of Palestine membership
This comes after another UN vote on Palestine’s membership last month failed due to a veto from the United States.
Group of Irish fans join pro-Gaza protest in Malmö demanding Israel's expulsion from Eurovision
“It is completely inappropriate for Israel to be given this propaganda platform while they’re carrying out a genocide in Gaza,” one protester said.
Ireland aims to recognise Palestinian State on 21 May as Tánaiste hopes more countries will come on board
Time running out: 'Invasion of Rafah would be a death sentence for thousands'
Rosamond Bennett
Where do these Irish universities stand on the Israel-Hamas conflict?
'Football is a form of resistance': The Palestinian women’s team coming to play in Dublin this month
Members of the Palestinian national team speak to The 42 about the daily trauma of life in Gaza and the West Bank.
Hamas negotiators arrive in Egypt for Gaza truce talks
Turkey suspends trade with Israel until aid allowed to flow into Gaza
More than 2,100 arrests made so far during pro-Palestinian protests at US colleges
Blinken urges Hamas to accept deal for Gaza truce as he meets Israel leaders
April 2024
Netanyahu vows to launch military assault on Rafah 'with or without' a ceasefire deal
One of the children killed in the strikes overnight was a newborn baby who was only five days old.
Hamas delegation will return to Cairo with 'response' on Gaza truce
Egypt, Qatar and the US have been trying to mediate an agreement between Israel and Hamas for months.
A Hamas delegation today left Egypt and returned to Qatar to discuss the proposal, saying it is keen to respond "as quickly as possible".
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said today he is hopeful Hamas would accept the "extraordinarily generous" offer.
The US military is building a pier to help boost humanitarian supplies into Gaza, an effort that the Pentagon said will cost Washington at least $320 million.
US says five Israeli military units committed abuses in West Bank before 7 October
Hamas release video of two hostages as political arm considers Israeli truce proposal
'A worrying trend': UCD's SU President on right to protest Israel in Irish and US universities
Premature baby rescued from dead mother’s womb in Gaza dies
US students protesting for Palestine targeted by top Republicans demanding jail time and expulsions
Tánaiste asks Jordanian King to help get Irish aid air-dropped into Gaza
UN calls for investigation into reports of mass graves at Gaza hospitals destroyed by Israeli strikes
Classes cancelled and college students arrested as pro-Palestinian protests spread across US
Over 400 artists, including Eurosong contestant Erica-Cody, call on Bambie Thug to boycott Eurovision
Review finds Israel has not provided evidence of widespread terrorism links among UN agency
Activists in Berlin told to stop speaking Irish at Palestine solidarity event at Reichstag Building
Israeli military intel chief resigns over 7 October failure as families mourn dead in West Bank