Muhammad Murtaja was arrested and charged in an Israeli court with planning to provide Hamas with satellite photos to improve the precision of its rocket strikes against Israel.
The strip's power authority says the Qatari-bought diesel will double the amount of power provided to households in the coastal enclave.
An interview with an Arab Israeli who has been leading delegations from Physicians for Human Rights to the Gaza Strip for 30 years.
'Premeditated death sentence,' is what Gazan patients are calling Israel’s travel ban and delays that prevent them for accessing medical treatment in Israel and the West Bank.
The Israeli navy intercepted the Zaytouna-Olivia, which sought to break the blockade on the Gaza Strip, without incident on Wednesday.
Donations by world nations to rebuild Gaza Strip fall short of pledges, bank says, adding that Israeli restrictions also hinder Palestinian economy.
Prime minister commits to more hours of electricity, gas pipeline into strip.
Cargo includes regular humanitarian equipment and food products, along with 1,000 bicycles for Palestinian children, Turkish official says.
'Palestinian governments in both Gaza and the West Bank are arresting and even physically abusing activists and journalists who express criticism on important public issues,' Human Rights Watch says.
The Palestinian Education Ministry says books in math and science are still awaiting Israeli approval, meaning half a million students in the Gaza Strip will start the school year without them.