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Gaza Crisis (2008)

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  • Dozens of pro-Palestinian activists detained at Israeli airport

     
    Israel on Sunday detained 43 international activists when they tried to enter the country as part of a pro-Palestinian demonstration that organizers billed as a “fly-in” to draw attention to the occupation of the West Bank....
  • Israeli commander won't face charges in controversial 2009 Gaza attack

     
    An Israeli military commander who ordered an air strike against a Gaza Strip home in 2009, killing 21 members of a family that was fleeing fighting, will not face criminal charges, a military prosecutor announced....
  • Palestinians in Israeli jails begin third week of hunger strike

     
    Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails on Tuesday entered their third week of a hunger strike to protest jail conditions and the practice of holding some suspects in administrative detention without charges or trial....
  • Talks progress in bid to end Palestinian prisoners' hunger strike

     
    Talks are underway between Palestinian prisoners and Israeli officials to end a mass hunger strike that began last month to protest jail conditions, and both sides expressed optimism that a resolution may be reached shortly. “The next 24 hours are...
  • Palestinian Authority premier Salam Fayyad gives up finance post

     
    Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad kept the top job in a cabinet shakeup Wednesday but relinquished his duties as finance minister, a position that earned him praise abroad and criticism at home....
  • Palestinian prisoners to end hunger strike after deal with Israel

     
    Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners agreed Monday to end their 28-day hunger strike after Israel promised to improve jail conditions, release detainees from solitary confinement and make other concessions....
  • Freed Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit visits set of 'Homeland'

     
    As the U.S. television hit "Homeland" visited Israel this week for some location shooting, the cable series about a fictional American prisoner of war who comes home got a visit on the set from real-life captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, who was...
  • Palestinian factions set new election timeline

     
    Rival Palestinian factions announced the latest deal and timeline to implement their long-delayed unity government and hold new elections, but skepticism remained high about whether the two sides were close to mending their differences....
  • Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers in Nakba Day protests

     
    Dozens of Palestinians were injured Tuesday in clashes with Israeli soldiers during the annual Nakba Day demonstrations in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Strip to mark the 1948 displacement of 800,000 Arabs during Israel’s founding....
  • Palestinians take steps toward holding elections

     
    The Palestinian Authority and Hamas on Monday took steps toward holding elections more than a year after signing an agreement that was supposed to end five years of internal strife and division....
  • Israel returns remains of 91 Palestinian fighters

     
    Israel returned to the Palestinians on Thursday remains of 91 Palestinians it has been holding for many years in graves marked only by numbers...