Since Israel imposed a full blockade on Gaza on October 9, 2023, and restricted foreign media crews from entering, Palestinian journalists have made an essential contribution to the coverage of the conflict. They have been on the front lines, both as witnesses and victims.
More than 26,751 casualties have been recorded after 117 days of Israel’s war in Gaza; furthermore the water and electricity infrastructures in the area have been severely affected. However, this is not something new, as these essential infrastructures have long suffered from problems.
The geopolitical intricacies and shadow wars that have turned the Red Sea into a volatile battleground, threatening vital trade routes and exposing the limitations of military interventions
Since Oct. 7, Israel’s war in the Gaza Strip has destroyed or damaged hundreds of archeological sites in the coastal enclave.
An interactive map of where and how journalists and media workers were killed in the Gaza war, according to CPJ data.
Nikolas Aronis, Nota Vafea, Giorgos Schinas
Concept by / Consulting Editor:
Anatoli Stavropoulou, Evita Lykou, Tina Katoufa