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GAZA, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Israeli air strikes killed at least five Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and militants kept up their
Gaza officials say 1,804 Palestinians, most of them civilians, have been killed and more than a quarter of its 1.8 million
19 people are dead and 125 others are wounded after Israeli shells hit a school in Gaza’s largest refugee camp on Wednesday.
Egypt said on Tuesday it was revising an unconditional ceasefire proposal that Israel had originally accepted but Hamas rejected
An important precedent was set yesterday; the largest Arab country all but giving its blessing to an Israeli military strike against other Arabs. A change of major proportions which is a new element in Middle East politics.
Hundreds of Palestinian travellers were left stranded on both sides of the crossing, the only gateway into the Hamas-ruled
CAIRO, May 18 (Reuters) - Egyptian police angered by the kidnapping of seven colleagues by Islamist gunmen kept a crossing
Egyptian activist and photographer Mosa'ab Elshamy told Twitter on Nov. 19: "We are telling the Palestinians that we are
Despite his Islamist credentials -- and his party's historic rejection of the accord -- Egyptian President Morsi has made it clear that the peace treaty between Israel and Palestine is here to stay, and, over the last few days, it has been maintained.
With each rocket Hamas fires into Israel, they further undermine Egypt's image as a credible broker, hindering Mr. Morsi's personal aspirations to restore Egypt's role as a regional leader.
You can't claim solidarity with Egyptian protesters when they take down a dictator, but act horrified that the resulting government in Egypt, more accountable to Egyptian public opinion, is more engaged in supporting Palestinian rights. It's a package deal.
Hamas officials have proposed a year-long ceasefire with Israel in the latest round of peace talks brokered by Egypt. The
In Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood is leading popular condemnation of Israel's three-week Gaza offensive against Hamas and
When the gates opened at about 11 a.m., the first to cross were 14 trucks from the Egyptian Medical Syndicate. Turkish and
Egyptian Foreign Ministry spokesman Hossam Zaki expressed frustration that the attacks are happening while a renewed ceasefire