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Gaza Crisis (2008)

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  • Hamas breaks up Syria demonstration in Gaza Strip

     
    Hamas police on Sunday prevented dozens of activists from demonstrating in solidarity with Syrian people in the Gaza Strip, witnesses said....
  • Palestinian prisoner agrees to end 66-day hunger strike

     
    Palestinian prisoner Khader Adnan, who has been on a hunger strike protesting his detention without charge or trial for 66 days, agreed Tuesday to end his strike in return for his release April 17....
  • Gaza violence raises fears of new Israeli-Palestinian unrest

     
    Renewed clashes between Israeli forces and Gaza Strip-based militants left 14 Palestinians dead and four Israelis injured over the weekend, heightening concerns about a resumption of unrest along the restive border....
  • Migron deal reached to move Israeli settlers from illegal outpost

     
    Migron settlement: The Israeli government said Monday it has reached an agreement to evacuate settlers from the illegally-built Migron settlement by 2015. But it remains to be seen whether the deal will be acceptable to the Supreme Court, which previously...
  • A Passover photo-op debate in Israel

     
    Today our eye was drawn to this shot of an Orthodox Jewish man wheeling potatoes through Jerusalem.The Jewish holiday of Passover begins Friday night, commemorating the Jewish exodus from ancient Egypt. Israeli charities provide potatoes to people in need...
  • Israel, militants continue attacks; 3 Palestinian civilians die

     
    Civilian casualties from ongoing violence between the Israeli military and militants based in the Gaza Strip rose Monday as three Palestinians -- a 15-year-old boy on his way to school and a father and daughter walking in the street -- were killed by...
  • Death toll increases in Gaza-southern Israel clashes

     
    The death toll from clashes between Israel and Gaza Strip militants rose Sunday from 14 people to 18, including a 14-year-old Palestinian civilian killed by an Israeli airstrike targeting militants, according to Israeli and Palestinian officials....
  • 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....
  • 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....
  • 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....
  • Yitzhak Shamir dies at 96; former Israeli prime minister

    Yitzhak Shamir dies at 96; former Israeli prime minister
    JERUSALEM — Yitzhak Shamir, the onetime underground Jewish fighter and long-serving Israeli prime minister whose unyielding belief in the right of Jews to all of the biblical Land of Israel often exasperated U.S. policymakers, has died. He was 96....
  • The Japan quake and nuclear power; the ICE's Secure Communities program; the Palestinians new strategy

    Japan's nightmare Re "Japan crisis may derail 'nuclear renaissance,' " March 14 If anything good can be said to have come from the terrible disaster in Japan, it is the realization that nuclear power plants can, at any time, be subjected to unexpected...