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By Associated Press
A decision to bulldoze the home belonging to the family of a man accused of killing seven people outside a synagogue in East Jerusalem has sparked questions over the legality of Israeli policy.
By Robert Goldman, The Conversation
A West Bank settler will for the first time become the chief of staff of Israel's military, the enforcer of the country's 55-year-old military occupation.
By Tia Goldenberg, Associated Press
After another day of violence, Egypt's foreign minister and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced a cease-fire agreement between Hamas and Israel. Independent Television News' John Irvine and John Ray report on a bus bombing in Tel Aviv and another…
Players in Israel-Gaza Truce Talks Face 'Complicating' Regional Realities…
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in Jerusalem to reaffirm U.S. support for Israel and to press for immediate cease-fire. Independent Television News' John Ray and John Irvine report from Gaza and southern Israel on more airstrikes and rocket fire…
Egypt Hopes to Help Broker Cease-Fire, If Not Peace Between Israel and Hamas…
Conflict between Hamas and Israel continued, even as Arab League and United Nations officials worked on a cease-fire. Palestinians reported more than 100 dead so far as Gaza endured more airstrikes. Tel Aviv was targeted by rockets but suffered no…
Jeffrey Brown talks to Al Arabiya's Hisham Melham and University of Haifa's Dan Schueftan about how the latest escalation between Israel and Hamas got started and what the U.S. role in the conflict should be.
Israel continued airstrikes in Gaza while sirens sounded in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, warning citizens of Hamas rockets that had landed nearby. Independent Television News' John Ray reports on the escalated hostilities between Israeli military and Hamas fighters that has…
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