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MADA releases a study on Palestinian media’s role in fuelling internal division

PNN FEB 22 2012 The Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA) released a new study analyzing Palestinian media’s role in fuelling the internal division between Fatah and Hamas. The study was conducted with the support of the UNESCO office in Ramallah. The study was prepared by journalist and researcher Muntaser Hamdan under the […]

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PSC Call for Prime Minister to Intervene to Help Prevent Death of Khader Adnan

PNN FEB 21 2012 PSC – Palestine Solidarity Campaign have made urgent representations to the Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary calling on them to personally intervene to save the life of Khader Adnan, who is now in his 66th day of a hunger strike in Israeli detention. In December 2011, Khader Adnan was kidnapped from […]

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Defense for Children International Movement Honors PNN among Media Associates

Israel’s Shalit & a Palestinian kid gets imprisonment & mashed testicles ~ by Stuart Littlewood PNN – Palestine News Network – 23.11.11 – 21:04 PNN -In its 20 anniversary celebration, the Ramallah-based NGO Defense for Children International (DCI) honored a number of Palestinian media outlets, including the Palestine News Network (PNN).  Palestinian under the age […]

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PNN Reveals Settlers Crimes Against Palestinian Citizens

PNN – Palestine News Network – 15.09.11 – 15:24| by Amin Abu Warda When Israeli settlers increase their attacks against Palestinian citizens in the West Bank, they usually observe their movements first before attacking them in remote areas. Iyad Sanafra is one of many Palestinians who endured the settlers’ aggression. Snafra, a Palestinian worker from […]

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PNN Publish the EU Council Conclusions on Middle East Peace Process

PNN – Palestine News Network –  | 24.05.11 – 16:44 Brussels – PNN – On Monday May 23, the Council of the European Union signed on its “Council conclusions on Middle East Peace Process.” The Conclusions are as follows: 1. The fundamental changes across the Arab world have made the need for progress on the […]

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