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As part of the deal, both sides have agreed to address more complex issues dividing them - including the release of Palestinian
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"[J]ust as we try to do in the United States and be as careful as possible in going after targets to avoid civilians," mistakes
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Citing security concerns over continued rocket fire, Israeli police banned an anti-war protest planned for Tel Aviv on Saturday
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(Images: UNITAR/UNOSAT) It's not clear how long reconstruction might take. First, the full extent of the damage needs to
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At the last count there were around 2,000 people seeking refuge in the grounds of Shifa hospital. Now the same thing is happening
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Crowded Gazan towns close to the Israeli border have seen devastating clashes, and the flight of tens of thousands of Palestinians
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"At the very moment when you lose your favorite people, you realize that our lives are not ours; they will be gone in any
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By Michelle Nichols Palestinian U.N. Ambassador Riyad Mansour accused Israel of carrying out a genocide, while Israeli U.N
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After a United Nations-run school sheltering more than 3,000 Palestinians was shelled early Wednesday, UN official Chris
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Israeli shells struck the 164-bed al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in the central area of Deir al-Balah on July 21, Gaza's Ministry
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Ban later arrived to Cairo where he was expected to meet U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, who has been working the telephones
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A digger removes the rubble of the Ghanam family home after it was targeted in an Israeli air raid on Rafah, in the southern
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The White House says Obama condemned the rockets and said Israel has the right to self-defense. But Obama also urged both
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Mike, Alicia and the Community discuss what role the U.S. should play in Gaza.
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The AP reports that Obama said peace in the region must begin with "no missiles being fired into Israel's territory." "No
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Britain was "putting pressure on both sides to de-escalate," the spokesman said, adding that Cameron had urged Netanyahu