Israeli–Palestinian conflict

A wall map showcasing houses and camel and papered time periods

Amid war and large-scale displacement in Gaza, Israeli settlers plan their return

Israel-Hamas war

More than 80% of Palestinians in Gaza have been displaced. The fear they may never be allowed back to their homes is bolstered by a growing movement in Israel to resettle in the Gaza Strip.

Palestinians displaced by the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip are seen in tents in town of Khan Younis, Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2023.

LISTEN: Voices from across the globe as the Israel-Hamas war continues to unfold

Israel-Hamas war
Rubble from destroyed building and homes in Gaza

Gaza resident: ‘We all have the feeling we won’t make it until tomorrow’

Israel-Hamas war
A banner with a picture of a Palestinian prisoner in an Israeli jail reads in Arabic "Karim Younis, the icon of patience and will, 35 years in captivity, for how long," in the West Bank city of Ramallah

Israel releases longest-serving Palestinian prisoner

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Biden in a crowd

President Biden’s visit to Israel focuses on regional security 

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A Gaza mother struggles to protect her kids

Human rights

A mother of three living in Gaza discussed with The World’s host Marco Werman the trauma that her children face while living under airstrikes.

The separation wall, Baka al-Gharbiyeh

Israel’s Arab citizens contemplate their future under the Trump peace plan


Israel’s Arab citizens living in so-called “Triangle communities” may become citizens of Palestine under redrawn Israeli borders. But not all of them are ready to give up their Israeli citizenship.

Children play with a wheelbarrow.

Legal recognition of West Bank settlements could ‘kill off’ hope of two-state solution, says former US ambassador


Former US ambassador to Israel, Dan Shapiro, spoke with Marco Werman about the US’ decision to recognize Israeli settlements in the West Bank as legal. He explains the ramifications this decision could have for peace in the region.


How comedian Noam Shuster-Eliassi became the woman who proposed to MBS

Noam Shuster-Eliassi says she doesn’t just want to make people laugh — she wants to make them think.

a view of the Museum of the Palestinian People

New Palestinian museum in DC favors the personal over the political

The museum aims to “put Palestinians in the light that we are human beings. We’re artists, we’re entrepreneurs, we’re in politics and we [are] contributing a lot to the US as immigrants.”