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Agents for Change
By Fred de Sam Lazaro
By PBS NewsHour
Protesters storm streets in Ukraine after president refuses agreement with EU…
A group of Palestinians who surged toward a Gaza border fence were met by Israeli troops who opened fire. The incident left one Palestinian man dead and 19 other wounded. A top Hamas official says the shooting will not affect…
In other news Friday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to stop another aid ship bound for Israel's maritime blockade on Gaza. Also, the three-day peace conference in Afghanistan came to a close with a resolution urging the government to…
Israel has deported many of the 700 people detained after troops boarded vessels trying to run a blockade near Gaza. Judy Woodruff reports on the contradictory of accounts of the deadly weekend raid.
The weekend raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla where at least four Turkish nationals were killed has sparked angry protests in Turkey, one of Israel's only primarily Muslim allies. Gwen Ifill reports on the international reaction.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu canceled a planned trip to the White House as Israel faced international condemnation in the wake of the Gaza flotilla raid. Gwen Ifill talks with Michael Oren, the Israeli ambassador to the United States, for…
The United Nations Security Council convened for an emergency session, following the Israeli raid on a flotilla attempting to break its blockade of the Gaza Strip. Gwen Ifill gets reaction from Adam Shapiro, a board member of the Free Gaza…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Tens of thousands of Palestinians streamed into Egypt from the Gaza Strip to buy fuel, food and other supplies Wednesday after masked gunmen used land mines to blast down sections of a seven-mile fence dividing the border town of Rafah.
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