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Ceasefire between Israel, Palestinians takes effect in Gaza after dozens killed

Ceasefire between Israel, Palestinians takes effect in Gaza after dozens killed

Egyptian officials said both sides agreed to a truce to end a flare-up of violence in which 15 children have been killed.

  • by Fares Akram and Tia Goldenberg

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Israeli air strike kills second top Islamic Jihad commander

Israeli air strike kills second top Islamic Jihad commander

An Israeli air strike killed a senior commander in the Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad, their second leader to be slain amid an escalating cross-border conflict.

  • by Fares Akram and Tia Goldenberg
Airstrikes, rocket attacks: Fresh fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants

Airstrikes, rocket attacks: Fresh fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants

The strikes came a little more than a year after an 11-day war between Israel and Hamas in May 2021, which killed at least 250 people in Gaza and 13 in Israel.

  • by Nidal al-Mughrabi
The war engulfing Ben and Jerry’s ice cream

The war engulfing Ben and Jerry’s ice cream

The relationship between Ben & Jerry’s and its owner is now in a serious mess.

  • by Lucy Burton and Hannah Boland
Aid group anger as Israel convicts Palestinian World Vision worker of supporting terrorists

Aid group anger as Israel convicts Palestinian World Vision worker of supporting terrorists

A judge is set to rule on whether to dissolve the charity in Israel later this month. 

  • by Henriette Chacar
Guilty verdict against World Vision hero is a travesty of justice

Guilty verdict against World Vision hero is a travesty of justice

The verdict overnight announces the demise of the rule of law in Israeli courts.

  • by Tim Costello and Conny Lenneberg
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Sadness behind the smile: Shireen Abu Akleh, a voice for Palestine

Sadness behind the smile: Shireen Abu Akleh, a voice for Palestine

It is fitting that Shireen was given a state memorial service. She was a role model for millions of women who grew up watching her on television.

  • by Sherine Salama
Clear sky for cable cars over Jerusalem Old City

Clear sky for cable cars over Jerusalem Old City

Israeli and Palestinian opponents of the plan have been defeated, despite claims the cable car would ruin the historical site.

  • by Jeffrey Heller
‘Deeply disturbed’: Israeli police beat pallbearers at Al Jazeera journalist’s funeral

‘Deeply disturbed’: Israeli police beat pallbearers at Al Jazeera journalist’s funeral

The scenes of violence were likely to add to the sense of grief and outrage across the Arab world that has followed the death of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.

  • by Josef Federman
Melbourne Uni student suing student union for Israel-Palestine motion
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Melbourne Uni student suing student union for Israel-Palestine motion

A Melbourne University student intends to launch legal action against the student union, demanding they rescind a controversial motion that called for the university to boycott Israel.

  • by Nicole Precel
Israel, in shift, investigates possibility IDF soldier killed American journalist

Israel, in shift, investigates possibility IDF soldier killed American journalist

Shireen Abu Akleh, a Palestinian American reporter, was shot and killed in the West Bank this week.

  • by Shira Rubin and Steve Hendrix