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  • Israel intensifica ofensiva terrestre en Gaza; aumenta número de víctimas civiles

    Israel incrementó el viernes su ofensiva terrestre en Gaza, atacando objetivos con artillería, tanques y barcos, y advirtió que podría "ampliar significativamente" un operativo que funcionarios palestinos dijeron que estaba provocando la muerte de un...
  • The slaughter of innocents

    The slaughter of innocents
    Modern low-intensity conflicts are won and lost on their ragged edges. Nations act as though the careful plans of their militaries and intelligence operations can harness the chaos of combat and guide it to advance their interests. And then the...
  • Israeli troops and tanks move into the Gaza Strip

    After 10 days of Israeli airstrikes and rocket attacks by Palestinian militants, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered ground troops into the Gaza Strip on Thursday night, escalating an exchange of fire that has claimed more than 240 lives,...
  • Egypt renews truce call as Israel intensifies Gaza offensive

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt renewed its call for a truce to end the conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza on Friday and France asked Qatar to use its influence with the Palestinian movement to reach a ceasefire. Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri,...
  • CNN reassigns reporter who referred to harassing Israelis as 'scum'

    CNN reassigns reporter who referred to harassing Israelis as 'scum'
    A CNN journalist on the Israel-Gaza border who created controversy Thursday when she tweeted that Israelis who could be heard cheering while a presumed rocket was landing in Gaza were "scum" has been reassigned.  Diana Magnay has been moved to Moscow, a...
  • Teen allegedly beaten by Israeli police returns home to U.S.

    The 15-year-old boy allegedly beaten by Israeli police early this month returned to his family in Florida late Wednesday. Tariq Khdeir arrived at Tampa International Airport shortly before 11 p.m. to a cheering crowd of friends and family. Tariq was...
  • Israel repels Hamas gunmen who tunneled in from Gaza: source

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli forces repelled at least a dozen Hamas gunmen who tunneled in from the Gaza Strip for an attack on Thursday, a military source said, adding that there were several Palestinian casualties. No Israelis were killed in the...
  • Mortars strike southern Israel during temporary Gaza truce

    GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Three mortars struck southern Israel near the border with the Gaza Strip on Thursday, a couple of hours after a temporary ceasefire was supposed to take effect, the Israeli military said. The mortars landed in open areas,...
  • Israeli official says leadership still examining Gaza truce proposal

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - An Israeli official said on Thursday that Israeli senior representatives at talks in Cairo had accepted an Egyptian proposal for a comprehensive Gaza ceasefire starting on Friday, but Israel's leaders still had to approve the deal....
  • As the bombs and rockets fall in Gaza and Israel

    To the editor: At last! Someone finally had the courage to write this column, and The Times had the intellectual honesty to print it. ("Attacking Israel with the big lie: genocide," Op-Ed, July 14) As further proof, after a cease-fire was announced...
  • British Deputy PM: Israel's Gaza response 'collective punishment'

    LONDON (Reuters) - Israel's retaliatory air strikes on Gaza have been "deliberately disproportionate" and amount to "collective punishment", Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said on Thursday, in unusually robust criticism of a close British ally...