The catastrophe that Palestinians first faced 72 years ago seems to only worsen with time.
Is this the most insulting peace offering in recent history?
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is riding high on US President Donald Trump's unflinching support, taking aggressive strides to make a strong impression on the conservative voter base.
Palestinians are hardly a footnote in the Israeli election and those who get to vote are forced to make a choice between soft apartheid and a hard one.
Not only will the closure lead to a bureaucratic nightmare for Palestinians, but it is also a strong indication of how Palestinians will continue to be marginalised as their fates are contemplated by the US and Israel.
The Sea of Galilee's evaporation poses a threat for everything from religious pilgrimages to geopolitics.
The effects of climate change and water scarcity in the Middle East will only get worse, and there may not be a way out. Here are seven reasons why.
Following the US move to open its embassy in Jerusalem, Israel is pressing the Trump administration to "recognise its sovereignty over the Golan Heights to end the historic controversy."
The continual degradation of the Dead Sea has pushed Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority to take a common stance to stop it from shrinking.
In the first meeting between the US president and the Israeli prime minister, Trump appeared to tone down commitment to a policy that assures the Palestinians of an independent state.
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