Learning from experience
The tank, the checkpoint and the settlement -- Are these now the targets of the Palestinian resistance? Graham Usher spoke to Palestinian leaders and militants in Gaza and the West Bank
Citizens but not neighbours
Two years after a so-called "historic ruling" by an Israeli court allowing a Palestinian to buy land open only to Jews, nothing has changed for Adel Kaadan and his family, writes Jonathan Cook from Baqa Al-Gharbiya
'The business of criminals'
Despite the arrest of three PFLP militants, the Israeli government has reneged on its promise to allow Yasser Arafat freedom of movement and its forces have killed several Palestinians. Khaled Amayreh reports from Jerusalem
An ominous prelude
Azmi Bishara, the most prominent Palestinian politician in Israel, was put on trial in an Israeli court yesterday for the second time in less than three months -- charged with supporting a terrorist organisation. Jonathan Cook reports from Nazareth
Hot on the trail
He is no conspiracy theorist and he is no "big friend of Libya." But Scottish journalist Ian Ferguson is certain the wrong man is on trial for the 1998 Lockerbie bombing, writes Judit Neurink from Camp Zeist
Syria's Al-Assad and Lebanon's Al-Hariri were both in Italy this week urging European intervention in the Middle East crisis to offset the US bias towards Israel. Samia Nkrumah reports from Rome
Towards a 'just Sudan'
Despite setbacks in the peace process, Sudan's fragmented opposition is ready to bury the hatchet, writes Dominic Coldwell after attending a one-day reconciliation meeting in Oxford
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