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Gaza News

Israel strikes militants in Gaza preparing to launch rockets

The Israeli Air Force struck Gaza wounding at least four in order to, as the Israeli security agency Shin Bet informs us, prevent an "imminent threat to Israeli security" from unfolding.
In the Media by Paul Iddon

Palestinian Fatah and Hamas groups meet for reconciliation talks

Since Hamas entrenched itself in power in Gaza following its victory in the 2006 election, relations between the two Palestinian power blocs have been tense to say the least. Now there are new unity efforts and talks between the two.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 2 comments

Israeli Air Force strike targets in Gaza following rocket attack

The Israeli Air Force has launched air strikes against three targets across Gaza following the firing of seven rockets from that territory into Israel.
In the Media by Paul Iddon

Gaza cops trade bullets for laser-tech in training

Gaza - Security forces in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip are using technology to practice shooting on laser simulators, saving money spent on ammunition in the cash-strapped Palestinian territory.
In the Media by Adel Zaanoun (AFP)

Turkey says Israel deal close over Gaza flotilla deaths

Konya - Turkey hopes to soon close a difficult chapter with Israel sparked by a deadly commando raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla of aid ships in 2010, Turkish foreign minister told AFP.Nine pro-Palestinian Turkish activists were killed in the Israeli assault, spa...
In the Media by Fulya OZERKAN (AFP)

Gaza power plant restart delayed over fuel

Gaza - Gaza's sole power station will not resume operations until Monday, despite Israel reopening a crossing to fuel deliveries, the deputy chief of the Gaza energy authority said on Sunday.Officials had said Israel would allow the resumption of diesel deliv...
In the Media by AFP

Gaza's only power plant 'shuts down for lack of fuel'

Gaza - The Gaza Strip's only power plant shut down Saturday due to a lack of fuel from Israel, which closed a goods crossing after militant rocket attacks, the energy authority said."The plant has completely ceased to function due to a lack of fuel caused by ...
In the Media by AFP

Gaza truce appears to be holding

Jerusalem - A truce declared by Gaza militants appeared to be holding on Friday with the Israeli military reporting no fresh rocket fire during the night after two days of tit-for-tat violence."It's all quiet, there has been no fire overnight," an army spokesman t...
In the Media by AFP

Three-day flare-up in violence between Gaza-militants Israel

After a small group of militants in the Palestinian Gaza Strip fired rockets at South Israel the Israeli military responded by launching air strikes against those militants' positions. Even after a ceasefire was re-implemented, more rockets were fired.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 1 comment

Gaza militants say truce restored

Gaza - Gaza's Islamic Jihad announced Thursday that an Egyptian-brokered truce had been restored following a brief but intense confrontation a day earlier when Israeli warplanes pounded the Strip after heavy cross-border rocket fire.
In the Media by Mai Yaghi (AFP)
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