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Palestinian shot dead by Israeli troops

Palestinian shot dead by Israeli troops

Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian in the occupied West Bank on Tuesday, the military and a Palestinian hospital official said. Residents of the Deheishe refugee camp in Bethlehem said Palestinians threw stones at Israeli soldiers who had entered the area and the troops opened fire. An Israeli military spokeswoman said the Palestinians hurled rocks,...

Love struggles to bridge Gaza and West Bank

Love struggles to bridge Gaza and West Bank

He said he fell for “her ideas, her thoughts.” She said he made her forget she was overweight, and “feel beautiful.” They flirted awkwardly at a conference in Amman, Jordan, where they met in 2011. Then, in flurries of text messages over a few weeks, they discovered they both were interested in photography and...

26 killed as attacks rock Egypt’s Sinai

26 killed as attacks rock Egypt’s Sinai

Militants fired a barrage of rockets and set off a car bomb late on Thursday killing at least 26 people, mostly soldiers, in Egypt’s North Sinai province. The deadly assaults were swiftly claimed by the Egyptian affiliate of the Daesh group that has captured chunks of territory in Syria and Iraq. Jihadists have regularly attacked...

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The fall of Netanyahu?

THE dissolution of Israel's parliament, the Knesset, just a day after Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu sacked two senior cabinet ministers, marks a surprising turnabout. Indeed, when Israelis vote again in March, more than two years ahead of schedule, Netanyahu could be voted out of office, with important implications not only for Israel, but also for the wider Middle East. Until last summer, Netanyahu appeared politically unassailable. His coalition government, despite some internal bickering, was expected to serve out its term....

Israel launches Gaza air strike

Israel launches Gaza air strike

Israeli aircraft bombed a Hamas militant base in the Gaza Strip on Friday for the first time since the end of a war in the territory, in response to a rocket that militants launched earlier in the day, the army said. The bombs struck in the Khan Younis area in the southern Gaza Strip....

Amnesty accuses Israel of war crimes

The Israeli military committed war crimes during its Gaza offensive this summer and must be investigated, human rights monitor Amnesty International said yesterday. The destruction of four multi-storey buildings during the last four days of the 50-day war were in breach of international humanitarian law, the group said in a report. "All the evidence we have shows this large-scale destruction was carried out deliberately and with no military justification," said Philip Luther, director of Amnesty International's Middle East and North Africa...

Amnesty accuses Israel of war crimes

Amnesty accuses Israel of war crimes

Air strikes on landmark buildings at the tail end of the Israeli military’s Operation Protective Edge in Gaza in August 2014 were a deliberate and direct attack on civilian buildings and amount to war crimes. Amnesty International said this in a press release published today. “Nothing is immune,” Israel’s destruction of landmark buildings in Gaza...

Donors gather for Gaza aid summit

Donors gather for Gaza aid summit

Diplomats are set to meet in Egypt to discuss aid required to rebuild Gaza following a 50-day conflict between Israel and Hamas militants. At least 100,000 people in Gaza have lost their homes due to the war damage, and much of the territory's infrastructure has been destroyed. The Palestinian Authority is appealing for $4bn (£2.5bn)...

Israel committed 'genocide': Abbas

Israel committed 'genocide': Abbas

Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas accused Israel on Friday of a "genocidal crime" in Gaza, telling the United Nations negotiations had failed and the time for Palestinian independence had come, drawing a sharp rebuke from Washington. Abbas vowed to seek war crimes prosecutions against Israel over what he called the 50-day "war of genocide" in...

Divert fund from war machines, violence to education: PM

Divert fund from war machines, violence to education: PM

Making a pointed reference to atrocities in Gaza by Israel, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called upon all concerned for diverting billions being spent on creating war machines and violence to quality education for ensuring a 'Culture of Peace and Non-Violence'. "We, at the GEFI, must build global partnerships and consensus for resources. We...

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