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Israel calls up more reservists to boost Gaza operations

Gaza - Israel mobilised 16,000 additional reservists on Thursday to bolster its forces waging military operations in the Gaza Strip that left more than 100 Palestinians dead in a day.
In the Media by Mai YAGHI (AFP)

Israel approves new Gaza ceasefire as UN rages over school strike

Gaza - Israel agreed on Wednesday to observe a four-hour lull in Gaza several hours after a deadly strike on a school killed 16, drawing a furious response from a UN refugee agency.
In the Media by Adel Zaanoun (AFP) - 3 comments

Fresh Israeli strikes kill two children ahead of truce talks

Gaza - Fresh Israeli bombardments rocked Gaza in the early hours of Wednesday, killing two children, as Palestinian factions were to head to Cairo to discuss a temporary humanitarian ceasefire.
In the Media by Sakher Abou El Oun and John Davison (AFP)

Gaza death toll passes 1,200 amid latest talk of truce

Gaza - The Palestine Liberation Organisation expressed readiness for a Gaza truce and Washington said Israel had sought help Tuesday in calming a 22-day conflict that has killed more than 1,200 people in the enclave.
In the Media by Adel Zaanoun (AFP) - 1 comment

Kerry's Gaza truce bid burdened by past U.S. failures

Washington - Waning U.S. influence and John Kerry's failed peace bid are hampering efforts to reach a Gaza truce, but America remains the sole power capable of brokering a deal to stop the fighting, analysts said.
In the Media by Jo Biddle (AFP)

Gaza truce offers fly, but so do shells

Gaza - The Palestinians said factions were ready for new Gaza truce and Washington said Israel had sought help Tuesday in calming a 22-day conflict that has killed nearly 1,200 in the enclave.
In the Media by Adel Zaanoun (AFP) - 1 comment

N. Korea slams reports of arms deals with Hamas, Hezbollah

Seoul - North Korea has denounced allegations that it supplied missiles to Hamas and material support to Hezbollah as "sheer fiction" and a "sinister" effort to link Pyongyang to Middle East disputes.
In the Media by AFP

Violence soars in Gaza as world pleads for truce

Gaza - Bloodshed in and around Gaza surged Tuesday with strikes killing 26 Palestinians, including at least four children, as Israel announced the deaths of five more soldiers, shattering hopes for an end to three weeks of violence.
In the Media by Mai Yaghi (AFP)

Violence soars in Gaza as world pleads for truce

Gaza - Bloodshed in and around Gaza surged Monday with a strike killing eight Palestinian children and a mortar shell leaving dead four in Israel, shattering hopes for an end to three weeks of devastating violence.
In the Media by Mai Yaghi (AFP)

Any Gaza truce must lead to Hamas disarmament: Kerry

Washington - US Secretary of State John Kerry Monday said international efforts to agree a truce between Israel and the Palestinians in Gaza must lead to the disarmament of Hamas.
In the Media by AFP

Islamic State jihadists open 'marriage bureau'

Beirut - The Islamic State, which advocates public stoning for adultery, has opened a "marriage bureau" for women who want to wed its fighters in territory they control in Syria and Iraq.
In the Media by AFP

Lull in Gaza fighting as US, UN up pressure for truce

Jerusalem - Fighting subsided in war-torn Gaza Monday at the start of the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr as world powers ramped up pressure on the warring sides to immediately end their 21-day confrontation.
In the Media by Hazel Ward (AFP)

Muslims mark sombre Eid in bloodied Gaza

Gaza - The end of a month of fasting was supposed to be a time to celebrate for Abeer Shamali. But instead, she spent the Muslim Eid feast at the grave of her teenage son.
In the Media by John Davison (AFP)

Gaza's Christians bury their first casualty of the war

Gaza - Jalila Ayyad's widower George still had a black eye and bloodstains on his shirt as he processed ahead of her coffin, hours after the air strike that destroyed their home.Jalila, 60, was the first Christian casualty of a bloody Gaza war.
In the Media by John Davison (AFP) - 1 comment

Obama tells Israel Gaza truce needed as conflict rages

Gaza - US President Barack Obama called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, after Israel and Hamas ignored calls for a truce and the raging conflict entered its third week Monday.
In the Media by John Davison (AFP) - 1 comment

Documenting death: The man who counts the bodies in Gaza

Gaza - Inside Ashraf al-Qudra's cramped office in Shifa hospital, the phone never stops ringing, with news flooding in of the latest victims of Israel's devastating 20-day military operation.
In the Media by Adel Zaanoun (AFP) - 1 comment

Hamas agrees to 24-hour Gaza humanitarian truce

Gaza - Hamas on Sunday belatedly said it has agreed to a 24-hour humanitarian truce, shortly after Israel announced a resumption of hostilities in Gaza following a day-long pause."In response to the UN's intervention request to monitor the situation...
In the Media by AFP

Israel extends Gaza truce, but Hamas resumes rocket fire

Gaza - Israel is extending a lull in its devastating Gaza offensive for another 24 hours, officials said, but Hamas resumed rocket fire and warned no ceasefire was valid without the withdrawal of Israeli tanks.
In the Media by John Davison and Mai Yaghi (AFP)

Israel extends Gaza ceasefire, but Hamas resumes rocket fire

Gaza - Israel said Sunday it was extending a lull in its devastating military operation in Gaza for another 24 hours, but Hamas said it would not do likewise after resuming rocket fire at the end of mutually agreed 12-hour ceasefire on Saturday.
In the Media by Mai Yaghi, John Davison (AFP)

Clashes at banned pro-Palestinian Paris protest, 70 arrested

Paris - French police arrested 70 people at a banned pro-Palestinian protest in central Paris on Saturday that degenerated into clashes between demonstrators and armour-clad riot squads.
In the Media by AFP

Around 50 arrested at banned pro-Palestinian protest in Paris

Paris - Police arrested around 50 people at a banned pro-Palestinian protest in central Paris on Saturday that degenerated into clashes between demonstrators and armour-clad riot squads.
In the Media by AFP

Norway partially closes Bergen airspace over terror alert

Oslo - Norway closed part of the airspace over its second city Bergen and tightened border checks on Saturday, police said, two days after the country upped security following a terror alert.
In the Media by AFP

Al Qaeda releases video of U.S. suicide bomber in Syria

Beirut - Syria's Al-Qaeda affiliate has released a video of a U.S. suicide bomber who blew himself up at an army post in the northwest of the country.
In the Media by AFP

Dozens of bodies found in Gaza during 12-hour truce

Gaza - Palestinians retrieved dozens of bodies from the rubble of Gaza homes Saturday during a brief truce in the fighting, as top diplomats huddled in Paris to discuss a long-term ceasefire.
In the Media by Adel Zaanoun, John Davison (AFP) - 1 comment

Jihadists kill 85 Syria troops in ambush, monitors say

Beirut - At least 85 Syrian soldiers were killed, some of them beheaded, as the jihadist Islamic State took over a base in the northern province of Raqa, a monitoring group said Saturday.
In the Media by AFP

Israel and Hamas declare 12-hour Gaza truce

Jerusalem - The Israeli military and the militant Palestinian Hamas were set on Saturday to start a 12-hour ceasefire at 8:00 am (0500 GMT), but a longer-term truce remained elusive.
In the Media by Steve Weizman and Mai Yaghi (AFP)

Paris bans pro-Palestinian protest after recent violence: Police

Paris - French police have banned a protest against Israel's Gaza offensive that was due to take place in Paris on Saturday, following several similar rallies that turned violent.
In the Media by AFP

Pro-Gaza rally held in Berlin under close police watch

Berlin - About 1,000 pro-Palestinian demonstrators marched through Berlin Friday, closely watched by police for any banned anti-Semitic slogans and separated from pro-Israel rallies.
In the Media by AFP

Jihadists kill at least 50 Syria troops in ambush: monitor

Beirut - Jihadists from the Islamic State group killed at least 50 Syrian soldiers in an ambush on Friday, summarily executing most of them after their capture, a monitoring group said.
In the Media by AFP

Gaza toll tops 800, four Palestinians killed in West Bank

Gaza - International efforts for a humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza ramped up on Friday, as tensions erupted in the West Bank where four Palestinians were killed by Israeli gunfire.
In the Media by Adel Zaanoun (AFP)
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