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  • Project Cake: Runway-inspired desserts take their cues from fashionable wedding-dress designs

    Project Cake: Runway-inspired desserts take their cues from fashionable wedding-dress designs
    Maybe a swirl of organza or an overlay of Alencon lace would look best; possibly a bit of crystal beading. Style considerations for the bridal salon, right? Yes, and now the cake shop, too.
  • Israel strikes house of Hamas Gaza leader, digs in for long fight

    GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel knocked out Gaza's only power plant, flattened the home of its Islamist Hamas political leader and pounded dozens of other high-profile targets in the enclave on Tuesday, with no end in sight to more than three weeks of...

    Eight children killed in Gaza blast; Israel denies responsibility

    GAZA (Reuters) - A huge explosion in a public garden in northern Gaza killed eight children and two adults, and wounded 40 others, Palestinian medics said on Monday. Locals blamed the blast on an Israeli air strike, but Israel denied responsibility,...

    U.N. chief: serious interest in Gaza humanitarian truce, no deal yet

    U.N. chief: serious interest in Gaza humanitarian truce, no deal yet
    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Israel and the Palestinians have expressed "serious interest" in a 24-hour truce in the Gaza conflict, but a deal has yet to be reached, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Monday, as he raised concerns about the...

    Trudy Rubin: In Gaza, time to stop the blame and recognize the humanity

    On my refrigerator door I keep a photo of an exceptional Palestinian woman who ran kindergartens in Gaza in the 1990s for the Philly-based American Friends Service Committee. Mary Khaas, who died more than a decade ago, would drag her teachers from...