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Pro-Palestinian protesters in France have clashed with police at a rally against Israel's action in Gaza. Thousands took part in the protest in Paris, despite it being banned. Some threw stones and bottles at riot police, who responded with tear gas.
GAZA CITY: Israeli air strikes attacked Gaza Saturday, taking the toll from a bombing 12 days to 333, as the United Nations (UN), Ban Ki-moon headed to the region to join the efforts of ceasefire His drive was
Israeli troops battled Hamas militants in Gaza on the second day of a ground operation Saturday, as the head of the United Nations was set to visit the Middle East in an effort to bring an end to a nearly two-week conflict that has reportedly claimed
The group, known for its clandestine vigilante activities, primarily done in anonymity of the web, launched an online offensive against the Israel government, whom they accuse of oppressing the Palestinians. In what is now being referred to as cyber
Protests were held in Auckland, Christchurch and Dunedin this afternoon and in Wellington yesterday. Global Peace and Justice Auckland spokesman Mike Treen said it was stunning to see as many as 5000 people join the movement in Aotea Square in
US President Barack Obama has backed Israeli's right to self-defence, but warned against escalation in Gaza. Speaking to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday, he underlined his support for Israel's right to defend itself against Palestinian
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) - Israeli troops pushed further into Gaza on Friday to destroy sites and rocket tunnels, firing a barrage of tank shells and clashed with Palestinian fighters in a high stakes ground offensive aimed at weakening the
The number of people in Gaza seeking sanctuary from the conflict with Israel nearly doubled on Friday, the UN says. Relief workers in Gaza said there were now more than 40,000 people being protected in 34 UN shelters. It comes after Israel sent
Israeli Defense Forces sometimes refer to their periodic incursions into Gaza as "mowing the lawn." Comparing Palestinians to weeds may sound racist, but it also
Israeli soldiers launched a ground offensive in the Gaza Strip to destroy Hamas ' ability to fire rockets, United States Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday called on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, to avoid further escalation.