By PBS NewsHour
Several North American and European airlines temporarily halted service to Israel after a Hamas rocket struck a house in Tel Aviv near Israel’s main airport. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon appealed for an end to violence after meeting with Israeli prime…
Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the progress of Israel’s ground invasion into Gaza and how Hamas is responding, plus the changing outlook for a cease-fire, as well as America’s role in attempting to bring…
Israeli tanks kept rolling across the Gaza border with a steady stream of heavy fire. In the first full day of Israel's ground invasion, one soldier died, while Palestinians reported at least 30 Gazans were killed. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu…
By Sarah Corapi
Rocket fire and airstrikes between Hamas and Israel resumed just as a five-hour United Nations-brokered ceasefire ended in Gaza Thursday. The temporary pause in action — for humanitarian reasons — was the first of its kind during the 10 days…
Hamas continued to fire rockets into Israel Tuesday, refusing Egypt’s proposal for a ceasefire. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner talks to writer Mark Perry about what it will take for Hamas to accept a ceasefire, the group’s growing popularity…
By Kayla Ruble
Less than one day after a temporary cease-fire was put into place to put a stop to all military action in Ukraine, pro-Russian forces attacked army posts in the country near the border with Russia.
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