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At least 48 Palestinian prisoners now participating in an open-ended hunger strike in protest of Israel's policy of detention without charge or trial.

Israeli forces detained several Palestinians, including a journalist, in overnight raids in occupied East Jerusalem, amid increasing tension over al-Aqsa Mosque compound.

Israeli authorities implemented a full closure on the West Bank and Gaza Strip, adding to a long line of punitive measures carried out since a deadly attack in Tel Aviv.

Palestinian rights organization Badil published findings on Israeli war crimes during the 2014 Gaza campaign that the group has submitted to the International Criminal Court.

Israeli forces demolished the sole school in the Bedouin community of Abu al-Nuwaar in the occupied West Bank, sparking a protest by local children.

Escaped Palestinian prisoner Omar al-Nayif was found dead inside the Palestinian embassy in Bulgaria, in what officials and his family say was an "assassination" by Israel.

The Palestinian Prisoners' Society said Israel was "not showing willingness" to solve the case of Palestinian journalist Muhammad al-Qiq as he entered day 77 on hunger strike.