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  • Gaza attacks resume as cease-fire expires; truce talks up in the air

    As a three-day truce expired, fighting again broke out in the Gaza Strip on Friday morning, with Palestinian militants lobbing dozens of rockets into Israel and the Israeli military firing back with fresh airstrikes. Egypt, which has been hosting...
  • Home demolition case provides alleged link between Gaza campaign, murdered teens

    HEBRON, West Bank Ghada El-Hemouni is an all but unnoticed figure in the bloodshed that has claimed nearly 2,000 lives as Israel and Hamas battle in the Gaza Strip. A 38-year-old mother of seven, El-Hemouni hasn't been to her home in a month. Now the...
  • U.N., Egypt urge renewed talks as fighting resumes in Gaza

    Renewed fighting broke out Friday between Israel and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip after a three-day cease-fire expired, as mediator Egypt and the United Nations urged the two sides to resume indirect talks. The day began with rocket and...
  • Give Kerry credit for efforts to bring Israel-Gaza cease-fire

    Secretary of State John Kerry was right to push for an immediate cease-fire in Gaza last week. All outside parties should do everything they can to end a war in which both Israel and Hamas have seemed willing to fight to the death of the last...
  • Kerry's strategic blunder gives credence to Hamas' crimes

    John Kerry is upset by heavy criticism from Israelis — left, right and center — of his recent cease-fire diplomacy. But that's only half the story. More significant is the consternation of America's Arab partners, starting with the president...
  • Israel will not get to host Davis Cup match because of Gaza conflict

    The governing body of the Davis Cup tennis event will not allow Israel to host Argentina in a world group playoff because of "concerns arising from the military conflict between Israel and Hamas" in the Gaza Strip. The International Tennis Assn. said...
  • As Israel and Hamas claim victory, Gaza residents ask what was gained

    As Israel and Hamas claim victory, Gaza residents ask what was gained
    In the wake of any ugly conflict, the question of who won can seem beside the point. Still, as fighting in the Gaza Strip gave way to a truce on Tuesday, Israel and Hamas both were quick to claim victory. And it was left to those who took the pounding...
  • Talks on extending Gaza cease-fire begin in Egypt

    Talks on extending Gaza cease-fire begin in Egypt
    Indirect Israeli-Palestinian talks aimed at extending a cease-fire in the Gaza Strip began in the Egyptian capital Wednesday, as guns remained silent for a second full day in the war-racked coastal enclave. Before the three-day truce took effect Tuesday...
  • Pictures in the News | August 1, 2014

     
    Friday's Pictures in the News begins in the MIddle East, where family and friends of Israeli St.-Sgt. Matan Gotlib, mourn during his funeral at the military cemetery in the Israeli coastal city of Rishon Letzion, after he was killed the previous day in...
  • Misconceptions about Israel's war in Gaza [Letter]

    Misconceptions about Israel's war in Gaza [Letter]
    Commentator Adil E. Shamoo's anti-Israel views are beyond ridiculous ("Israel's unjust war," Aug. 1). Fact: Israel removed itself from Gaza a decade ago, and even tore down settlements. How is this occupation? Israel was rewarded by Palestinians...
  • What about Palestinian lives? [Letter]

    What about Palestinian lives? [Letter]
    Sen. Barbara Mikulski, who chairs the U.S. Senate's Appropriations Committee, on Friday issued a statement on that body's approval of $225 million in aid to Israel. In part, Senator Mikulski wrote, "It's crucial that Israel has the opportunity to defend...