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Middle East propaganda war The diplomatic effort wasn't solely limited to the United States, as several Middle Eastern nations worked to try to win Hamas' agreement for an Egyptian-led cease-fire...Not the first U.N. shelter to be hit Thursday's hit
The number of Israeli airstrikes took a precipitous drop, the Israeli military reported Thursday. Israel Defense Forces said it hit 35 terror targets overnight...The Israeli military also reported a sharp fall in the number of rockets fired from Gaza
It can be seen in the blocks of rubble that line Gaza neighborhoods, where the Israeli military has relentlessly bombed. It can also be found in the frayed nerves of Israeli citizens who dive into bomb shelters as Hamas rockets fly in their direction
President faces two battlefronts U.N. calls for immediate end to violence Citizens run for their lives in Gaza On Tuesday, the Israeli military released the soldier's name -- Sgt. Oren Shaul -- saying, "We are still working to identify his body."
President faces two battlefronts U.N. calls for immediate end to violence Citizens run for their lives in Gaza U.N. calls for immediate end to violence Netanyahu: Hamas targets civilians Intensified attacks in Gaza CNN camera captures airstrike in
Bloomberg News Israeli tank shells slammed into a Gaza Strip hospital, killing at least four Palestinians and wounding 50, a Gaza health official said, as diplomatic efforts to end two weeks of violence in the territory intensified. Most of the
The death toll climbed sharply after Israel's thunderous assault Sunday on Shaja'ia , which sent hundreds of panic-stricken people fleeing into Gaza City. Scores of Palestinians were killed during heavy shelling of Shaja'ia, bringing the total number
The United Nations Security Council called for an immediate halt to fighting in the Gaza Strip at an emergency session Sunday evening, but stopped short considering a draft resolution that would have called for Israeli forces to withdraw from the
Hamas' military wing said Sunday it had taken the soldier during an early morning operation. But Ron Prosor, the Israeli ambassador to the United Nations, later dismissed the claim. "There's no kidnapped Israeli soldier, and those rumors are untrue,"
Israel's army expanded its operations in the Gaza Strip Sunday, one day after bulldozers uncovered and demolished 34 shafts and about a dozen tunnels that officials say could have been used to carry out attacks, while Palestinian authorities reported