The situation in Gaza is quite serious and highly volatile. At the humanitarian level, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine ...
The Israeli army did not say how the Israelis would respond despite the rocket being fired during a ceasefire
The U.S. also urged Israel to reverse its latest plan to seize Palestinian land in the Bethlehem area
Hamas threatened to aim more rocket fire at Israel's Ben-Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv and cautioned international airlines to avoid it
The effect of the war on Gaza on the Israeli economy has been more pronounced than the political fallout
Prince Saud al-Faisal announced a $500 OIC fund for Palestine
Kerry explained that a 'broader approach to the underlying' two-state solution would provide security for Israelis
The chances for peace are on a path to extinction amid increasing clamoring for a "humanitarian truce"
Hamas and Israel agreed to a Gaza ceasefire after heavy fighting that killed at least 1,361 Palestinians, most of them civilians
John Kerry reported some progress in ceasefire talks, after flying from Israel to Cairo for more talks with Egyptian mediators
ANALYSIS: Cairo's global image as a regional hegemon would be weakened by a non-Egyptian brokered ceasefire
What is happening in Gaza today is, if we put it extremely cynically, a rather magnificent recruitment tool for those types of extremists
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