Plagued by poverty and unemployment, youths in Gaza are looking to emigrate so that they can find jobs.
Gaza has one of the highest population densities in the world. As the population grows, an unlikely outcome has been the mushrooming of different cuisines, including Chinese.
Political indifference, bureaucratic hurdles and the realities of life in the Gaza Strip have left Syrian refugees with little hope in their new home. And most now are now looking for a way out to Europe.
A report published by the United Nations Agency for Palestinian Refugees has found that infant mortality rates among Gazans has risen for the first time in more than half a century.
Gaza chief Ismail Haiye called for a strengthening of a Palestinian uprising to liberate the West Bank as tensions continued to escalate, spilling over to Gaza.
With the Rafah border crossing the sole exit and and entry point into the Gaza Strip, residents in the coastal enclave feel like they are living in one "big prison".
They are single, not so much by choice, but because of their circumstances. How are they coping with being single, in the deeply conservative region?