Israel still imposing 'unlawful' restrictions on Gaza aid, UN rights office says

The UN agencies say aid is still far below bare minimum levels required to meet basic needs

Iranians anxious as Israel weighs strike response

Political and military leaders have repeatedly warned that they will respond to any retaliation

Pentagon chief stresses Middle East stability in calls with counterparts

Austin held separate calls with Bahrain's crown prince, Israeli, German and Qatari foreign ministers

Israeli military vows response to Iran attack as calls for restraint mount

Netanyahu summoned his war cabinet twice in less than 24 hours to weigh a response to Iran

Freed Gaza detainees allege abuse, mistreatment by Israel, Palestinian officials say

Freed Gaza detainees allege abuse, mistreatment by Israel, Palestinian officials say

Long-delayed Ukraine, Israel aid bill could hit US House floor soon

Long-delayed Ukraine, Israel aid bill could hit US House floor soon

Israel says it shot down Iranian salvo 'shoulder-to-shoulder' with US

Israel says it shot down Iranian salvo 'shoulder-to-shoulder' with US

Europe joins US in urging restraint by Israel after Iranian attack

Europe joins US in urging restraint by Israel after Iranian attack

Israel continues air strikes on Gaza after Iran attack as UN chief calls for 'maximum restraint'

The Hamas government said Israeli aircraft launched "dozens" of strikes overnight on central Gaza

Gaza's historic treasures saved by 'irony of history'

"All the archaeological remains in the north have been hit," archaeologist Fadel told AFP by phone

Iran's attack on Israel stirs admiration among Gaza Palestinians

Footage circulated from the enclave showed many residents whistling and chanting Allah Akbar in joy

Iran says it gave warning before attacking Israel. US says that's not true

Iran launched hundreds of drones and missiles on Saturday in a retaliatory strike

US military destroyed 80 drones, 6 missiles launched from Iran, Yemen, US Centcom says

A ballistic missile on its launcher vehicle and seven UAVs destroyed on the ground prior to launch

Gulf states, vulnerable but influential, seek to stop new Iran-Israel war

Gulf states, vulnerable but influential, seek to stop new Iran-Israel war

Hezbollah source says Israel struck position in east Lebanon

An AFP photographer saw the concrete and steel wreckage of the building, levelled in the attack

Jordan, Iraq and Lebanon reopen airspace after Iran attacks

Aviation authorities of Jordan, Iraq and Lebanon announced reopening hours after Iran attack

Iran warns Israel not to respond as Netanyahu claims victory

"The matter can be deemed concluded," Iran's mission to the UN said in a post on X

Middle East: Pakistan calls for restraint, moving towards de-escalation

Regrets ‘breakdown of diplomacy’, points to UN Security Council failure

Israel's Netanyahu vows victory after Iran strikes, fears of wider conflict grow

Tehran’s attack late on Saturday raised the threat of a wider regional conflict

UN Security Council to meet today on Iran attack after Israel request

The meeting will take place at 4 pm ET (2000 GMT), according to a schedule released late on Saturday

China 'deeply concerned' about escalation after Iran strikes Israel

The Chinese foreign ministry said this round of tensions was a "spillover from the Gaza conflict"

Hamas rejects Israel's ceasefire response, sticks to main demands

"We adhere to our demand of a permanent ceasefire, the withdrawal of the occupation army from Gaza"

Israelis rally against government amid deadlock on Gaza hostages

The families and friends of 129 hostages have organised vocal demonstrations against PM Netanyahu

Biden returns to Washington as Iran launches attack on Israel

Biden cut short a weekend trip to his home state to meet with cabinet members and other officials

Thousands gather in Iran in show of support for attack on Israel

"Death to Israel!" and "Death to America!" chanted demonstrators in Tehran

Iran launches retaliatory attack on Israel with hundreds of drones, missiles

Israel's military said more than 100 drones were launched from Iran

Dutch foreign min urges Iranian counterpart to 'de-escalate' over situation with Israel

Dutch foreign min urges Iranian counterpart to 'de-escalate' over situation with Israel

Israel on edge for Iranian retaliation after embassy strike

Israel on edge for Iranian retaliation after embassy strike

Palestinian death toll in Gaza surges to 33,686, says health ministry

There have been 52 Palestinians killed and 95 wounded in the past 24 hours

Fazl condemns killing of sons, grandchildren of Hamas leader in Israeli airstrike

Fazl condemns killing of sons, grandchildren of Hamas leader in Israeli airstrike

Israel's killing of Hamas leader's sons stokes concerns over hostage talks

Israel's killing of Hamas leader's sons stokes concerns over hostage talks

Netanyahu not consulted on killing of Haniyeh's sons, Israeli media say

Walla news agency said neither Netanyahu nor Defence Minister Yoav Gallant had been told in advance

Gazans live on memories of past Eid festivals as war ruins special day

During better times, people would gather with family and friends for festivities and meals on Eid

Lufthansa suspends Tehran flights, Middle East on alert for potential Iran attacks

Lufthansa said it suspended flights to and from Tehran from April 6 until probably April 11.

Gaza aid shipments to resume soon, Cyprus says, as 1,000 tons of food await delivery

Six months into Israel's attack on Gaza, Palestinian enclave faces famine and widespread disease

Israel threatens to strike directly if Iran attacks from its territory

Tehran holds Israel responsible for the strike that leveled the building, killing 12 people

Three sons of Hamas leader Haniyeh killed in Israeli airstrike

'The blood of my sons is not dearer than the blood of our people,' says Haniyeh

Israel would let 150,000 Gazans return north in potential truce, officials say

Israel would let 150,000 Gazans return north in potential truce, officials say

Israel and UN disagree over Gaza aid figures

Israel and UN disagree over Gaza aid figures

'Unbearable': Gaza families try to identify Al-Shifa dead

WHO teams arrived at what was Gaza's biggest hospital on Monday to help identify the bodies

Biden says Netanyahu's approach to war in Gaza is a 'mistake'

"I think what he's doing is a mistake. I don't agree with his approach," Biden said

Hamas says Israeli proposal failed to meet Palestinian demands, yet it is under review

Another Hamas official had earlier told Reuters that no progress had been made in the negotiations

French foreign minister suggests sanctions on Israel to get aid into Gaza

"There must be levers of influence and there are multiple levers," Stephane Sejourne told media

Gaza truce talks still deadlocked, Netanyahu sets date for offensive

Gaza truce talks still deadlocked, Netanyahu sets date for offensive

Israel opposition leader, in Washington, calls hostage deal hard but 'doable'

Israel opposition leader, in Washington, calls hostage deal hard but 'doable'

UN Security Council refers Palestinian application to become full UN member to committee

UN Security Council refers Palestinian application to become full UN member to committee

Footage shows a lively Gaza turned to wasteland since war began

Footage shows a lively Gaza turned to wasteland since war began

Hamas says Gaza truce talks remain deadlocked despite reports of progress

Israel and Hamas sent teams to Egypt on Sunday as pressure from the US mounted for a ceasefire

Germany faces Gaza genocide case at top UN court

Nicaragua has hauled Germany before the ICJ seeking orders to stop arms supply from Berlin to Israel

US says Israeli military troop reduction in south Gaza seems a 'rest and refit'

US says Israeli military troop reduction in south Gaza seems a 'rest and refit'

Israeli police fire tear gas to disperse worshipers at Al-Aqsa Mosque compound

The Israeli police unit said some worshipers started chanting "provocative" slogans after prayers

Rights group calls Israeli strike on Gaza building an 'apparent war crime'

Human Rights Watch says 4 strikes collapsed Engineer’s Building in central Gaza, housing 350 people

Israel says four soldiers killed as Gaza war hits half-year mark

Hamas-run Health Ministry said Palestinian death toll has risen to 33,137 including 13,000 children

These Palestinian mothers in Gaza gave birth Oct. 7. Their babies have known only war

Saqer recalled the hope she had before the war. "But The war came and destroyed everything"

UK sends Royal Navy ship to boost aid for Gaza and set up a new maritime corridor

Foreign minister David Cameron said the situation in Gaza is dire and the prospect of famine is real

Israel launches strikes on eastern Lebanon, Lebanese security sources say

The sources said that the Israel targeted a training camp belonging to Hezbollah in Janta village

Thousands protest against Netanyahu, urging captive deal

Local media reported demonstrations taking place in 50 locations across the country

Hamas says delegation to go to Cairo on April 7 for Gaza ceasefire talks

Hamas says delegation to go to Cairo on April 7 for Gaza ceasefire talks

Pelosi for no transfer of US weapons to Israel

Pelosi for no transfer of US weapons to Israel

Australia to appoint 'special adviser' on probe into Israel airstrike

Australia to appoint 'special adviser' on probe into Israel airstrike

Australia to appoint 'special adviser' on probe into Israel airstrike

The airstrike killed citizens of Britain, Poland, Palestine, US and Canada

Israel's Justice Ministry reviewing 'cyber incident' after hacktivists' claim breach

Israel's Justice Ministry reviewing 'cyber incident' after hacktivists' claim breach

Iran reiterates pledge to punish Israel for officers killed in embassy strike

Iran reiterates pledge to punish Israel for officers killed in embassy strike

On Al-Quds Day, CM Maryam calls for end to Palestinians' suffering

On Al-Quds Day, CM Maryam calls for end to Palestinians’ suffering

Turkey arrests two more suspected spies for Israel

Turkey arrests two more suspected spies for Israel

Their schools ruined, Gaza's children face long road to healing

Most kids in Gaza have brains that are functioning under trauma," child psychiatrist McMahon said

After six months of war, Israel's isolation grows with no end in sight

It is bogged down in Gaza, divided internally, isolated globally and at odds with its closest ally

On Quds Day, PM reiterates Pakistan's support to Palestinians

Shehbaz Sharif calls for prayers for peace, security and prosperity of Pakistan

UAE suspends diplomatic ties with Israel

The media reported that Israel's foreign minister called his Emirati counterpart by phone

Netanyahu threatens Iran, says Israel will defend itself

His comments came after Israel mobilised armed forces to ward off possible Iran retaliation

Biden speaks with Israel's Netanyahu after strike kills food aid workers

Biden speaks with Israel's Netanyahu after strike kills food aid workers

Iran embassy strike shows Israel's growing reach as Mideast boils

Iran embassy strike shows Israel's growing reach as Mideast boils

Israel boosts defences after Iran revenge threat

Israel boosts defences after Iran revenge threat

UK judges urge government to halt arms sales to Israel

Sunak has faced growing political pressure after 7 aid workers were killed by an Israeli airstrike

What are the key events in the Israel-Gaza war?

Hamas killed 1,200 people in the Oct 7 attack while Israel has killed 33,000 Palestinians

Bodies of foreign aid workers killed in Israeli strike leave Gaza

The strike hit a convoy of 3 vehicles and killed 7 staff of the aid group World Central Kitchen

Many patients of destroyed Gaza hospital will die if not evacuated, WHO chief warns

"The people who need medical evacuation will increase, and evacuation is already slow," said WHO DG

Hamas sticking to ceasefire conditions including Israeli Gaza pullout

Israel demands temporary truce but Hamas wants permanent end of war in exchange for hostages

Chef Jose Andres says Israel targeted his aid workers 'systematically, car by car'

Speaking via video, Andres said the group had clear communication with the Israeli military

Bodies of foreign aid workers killed in Gaza strike to be repatriated

Israeli bombardment killed seven staff of the US-based food charity World Central Kitchen on Monday

What we know about the seven aid workers killed in Gaza by Israel

Israeli said it mistakenly killed the aid workers and promised a full investigation

Gaza sea corridor aid returns to Cyprus after Israel kills NGO workers

Another vessel still loaded with 240 tonnes of food, the Jennifer, was heading back to Cyprus

In Gaza, Palestinians risk death in desperate rush for aid

In Gaza, Palestinians risk death in desperate rush for aid

Netanyahu calls killing of aid workers in airstrike unintended and tragic

Netanyahu calls killing of aid workers in airstrike unintended and tragic

What is World Central Kitchen, the NGO whose workers were killed in Gaza?

WCK was set up by Michelin-starred celebrity chef Jose Andres and his wife

US anti-Muslim incidents hit record high in 2023 due to Israel-Gaza war

About 3,600 of those 8,061 incidents in 2023 occurred from October to December, CAIR said

Israeli strike kills foreign aid workers, Hamas-run media office says

The Israeli military said it was conducting a thorough review to understand the circumstances

Japan resumes funding to embattled Palestinian refugee agency UNRWA

"Japan will lift the moratorium on its financial contributions to UNRWA," said the foreign minister

Israeli troops leave Gaza's Shifa Hospital a wreck in sea of rubble

"The place is destroyed, buildings have been burnt and destroyed," a visitor told Reuters

Israel says flying object from east hits Eilat, no casualties

Eilat has come under repeated missile and drone attack by Houthi rebels in Yemen during Gaza war

Fighting rages across Gaza amid revival of truce talks

The Israeli military said it killed a senior Islamic Jihad fighter in the Al-Aqsa Hospital in Gaza

Lebanon's precarious sectarian balance tipping amid Hezbollah-Israeli war

Residents are angry and fearful that their homes could be caught in the cross-fire

Truce talks between Israel and Hamas resume today in Cairo, Egyptian media says

Hamas has sought any deal to end fighting and withdrawal of Israeli forces. Israel has ruled it out

Second shipment with more than 300 tons of food for Gaza leaves Cyprus port

The aid will be taken to Gaza on a cargo ship and a barge which will reach in about 60 hours

Three UN observers and a translator wounded in south Lebanon

Three UN observers and a translator wounded in south Lebanon

US has agreed to send more bombs and warplanes to Israel, sources say

Washington gives $3.8 billion in annual military assistance to Israel

Ultra-Orthodox Israelis resist push for military service

Ultra-Orthodox Israelis resist push for military service

Israel kills dozens in airstrikes across Gaza Strip

Israel kills dozens in airstrikes across Gaza Strip

Jordanians protest against peace treaty with Israel in fresh rallies

Protesters demanded closure of embassy and end a 1994 peace treaty that normalised ties with Israel

Netanyahu asks Israeli court to defer deadline on conscription controversy

Netanyahu asks Israeli court to defer deadline on conscription controversy

Palestinian fighters battle Israeli forces around Gaza's Al Shifa Hospital

Palestinian fighters battle Israeli forces around Gaza's Al Shifa Hospital

UN report reveals 212 Gaza schools 'directly hit' by Israel since Oct 7

The high trend of attacks on school facilities has worsened the already dire humanitarian situation

Doctors visiting a Gaza hospital are stunned by the war's toll on Palestinian children

After nearly six months of war, Gaza’s health sector has been decimated

Israel asks US to reschedule scrapped meeting on Rafah offensive plans

Israel asks US to reschedule scrapped meeting on Rafah offensive plans

Israeli strikes on Rafah raise fear assault could begin

Israeli strikes on Rafah raise fear assault could begin

The UN Security Council demanded a Gaza ceasefire - what happens now?

Under the Charter, "members of the UN agree to accept and carry out decisions of Security Council"

US assessments on Israel's war conduct still ongoing, says State Dept

Miller said the administration was due to submit a report to the US Congress by May 8

Dozens killed in Israeli strikes on north and south of Gaza

Israel says it plans a ground offensive into Rafah, while its closest ally the United States opposes

As Israel's politicians squabble, soldiers voice their anger

Reuters interviewed 13 soldiers who expressed frustration with their political leadership

PTI calls for immediate ceasefire in Gaza during Ramazan

PTI calls for immediate ceasefire in Gaza during Ramazan

Israeli minister quits Netanyahu's unity government, saying he was sidelined

Saar joined the government along with several other members of the opposition to help manage the war

Biden, Netanyahu on collision course after Gaza UN vote

As PM's office announced cancellation of the trip, Biden administration regarded it an overreaction

UN chief says there's growing consensus to tell Israel a ceasefire needed

"We see a growing consensus emerging in the world community to tell Israel that ceasefire is needed"

UN Security Council to vote on new Gaza ceasefire resolution

The Council has been divided over the Israel-Hamas war approving only two of eight resolutions

US proposes hostage-to-prisoner ratio in Gaza truce talks, Israeli official says

Hamas wants to parlay any deal into a permanent end to the fighting

19 killed as Israeli forces fire on Gaza aid seekers

23 people were also injured while waiting for bags of flour

UN chief visits Gaza border in new plea for ceasefire

UN chief visits Gaza border in new plea for ceasefire

US puts pressure on Israel with Gaza ceasefire resolution as Qatar talks continue

The main sticking point has been that Hamas says it will release hostages on deal for end of war

Arab ministers meet Palestinian official in Cairo to discuss Gaza

Arab ministers meet Palestinian official in Cairo to discuss Gaza

Gaza's Shifa hospital a war zone as Blinken meets Sisi in Cairo

Gaza's Shifa hospital a war zone as Blinken meets Sisi in Cairo

Hamas says Israeli response to its truce proposal was negative

He said Israeli Prime Minister and his government were responsible for the failure of negotiations

US circulates draft UN resolution seeking immediate Gaza ceasefire

Blinken made his announcement whilst on a tour of the Middle East that will include a stop in Israel

Dozens of former US officials urge Biden to take harder line with Israel

Among the signatories were more than a dozen former ambassadors, Pentagon, intelligence officials

French hate crimes surged in wake of Gaza war

French hate crimes surged in wake of Gaza war

Blinken due in Mideast in new bid to secure truce

Following a failed attempt to secure a ceasefire before Ramazan, a new round of negotiations begins

Doctors who visited Gaza speak of 'appalling atrocities' from Israel's offensive

The four doctors from the US, UK and France have been working with teams to support Gaza healthcare

Britain's Cameron says Gaza ceasefire crucial but 'a whole lot of conditions' to meet

Cameron said only way for the Palestinian people to have a future is without Hamas

Food aid from Cyprus reaches starving people in northern Gaza

Food aid from Cyprus reaches starving people in northern Gaza

Israel team to visit US over Biden concerns on Rafah, Gaza 'anarchy'

Israel team to visit US over Biden concerns on Rafah, Gaza 'anarchy'

Israel's restrictions to Gaza aid may amount to war crime, says UN rights office

Israel has denied obstructing the entry of humanitarian aid into the Gaza Strip

Gaza's catastrophic food shortage; two out of every 10,000 people dying daily, says monitor

Mass death is now imminent without an immediate ceasefire and surge of food aid, global monitor said

Israel asks World Court not to order new measures over Gaza hunger

Israel asks World Court not to order new measures over Gaza hunger

UNRWA chief Lazzarini says Israel blocked him from entering Gaza

Lazzarini wrote on X that he had been denied entry by "Israeli authorities"

Gaza suffers famine-level shortages, mass death imminent, UN-backed monitor says

Gaza suffers famine-level shortages, mass death imminent, UN-backed monitor says

Scholz to Netanyahu: cannot stand by as Palestinians risk starvation

Germany has been one of Israel's staunchest allies

Israeli military says troops raid Gaza's Shifa Hospital

The military said soldiers were conducting a "precise operation" based on intelligence information

Israel to press on with assault as truce talks to resume

Israel to press on with assault as truce talks to resume

Germany's Scholz say Rafah assault would make regional peace 'very difficult'

Germany's Scholz say Rafah assault would make regional peace 'very difficult'

World Court to hear Nicaragua-Germany dispute over Israel aid in April

Nicaragua asked the ICJ to issue emergency measures requiring Berlin to stop military aid to Israel

Israel likely to hold ceasefire talks with Hamas amid plans of assault on Rafah

They are expected to resume ceasefire talks today in Qatar

Israel to attend new ceasefire talks as UN says Gaza hunger crisis worsens

Israel to attend new ceasefire talks as UN says Gaza hunger crisis worsens

Mossad chief expected to resume Gaza ceasefire talks in Doha on Sunday

Mossad chief expected to resume Gaza ceasefire talks in Doha on Sunday

Hamas lashes out at Abbas's 'unilateral' designation of new PM

Hamas lashes out at Abbas's 'unilateral' designation of new PM

Egypt striving to secure ceasefire in Gaza

Egypt striving to secure ceasefire in Gaza

Aid supply ship from Cyprus reaches Gaza coast

The ship is carrying nearly 200 tonnes of aid

Hamas presents ceasefire proposal detailing exchange of hostages, prisoners

Egypt and Qatar have been trying to narrow differences between Israel and Hamas

Merchant vessel struck by missile west of Yemen's Hodeidah

Ambrey also reported that the ship suffered damage and that there were no injuries

Australia to resume funding to UN's main Palestinian relief agency

Sweden, Canada and the European Union have resumed funding to some degree

US locks in UN resolution backing efforts to broker Gaza truce

The final draft "unequivocally supports diplomatic efforts to establish an immediate ceasefire"

Israeli strikes kill at least 29 Gazans awaiting aid, say Palestinian officials

At least 21 people were killed and more than 150 wounded by Israeli gunfire at a crowd awaiting aid

Hamas says it presents comprehensive vision of truce deal to mediators

The vision also included the group's stance on the prisoners-hostages exchange deal, Hamas said

Aid efforts intensify for famine-stalked Gaza

Efforts mounted on Thursday to get more aid into the war-devastated Gaza Strip.

Schumer calls for new elections in Israel

Schumer calls for new elections in Israel

Split in Israel coalition points to return of politics as normal

Split in Israel coalition points to return of politics as normal

Israel parliament set to approve amended 2024 budget to fund Gaza war

Israel parliament set to approve amended 2024 budget to fund Gaza war

Aid drops, maritime plan for Gaza positive but not a solution: Turkey

Aid drops, maritime plan for Gaza positive but not a solution: Turkey

Israeli forces kill teenager, two other Palestinians in West Bank raid after deadly night

Israeli forces shot dead a 13-year-old Palestinian outside Jerusalem and two at a checkpoint

Spanish ship en route to Gaza with desperately needed aid

Aid groups have been warning of the risk of famine in besieged Gaza for weeks

First Gaza aid ship leaves Cyprus as Palestinians on brink of famine

First Gaza aid ship leaves Cyprus as Palestinians on brink of famine

Israeli jets hit Lebanon's Bekaa for a second day: Lebanese sources

Israeli jets hit Lebanon's Bekaa for a second day: Lebanese sources

Pressure rises on Biden, Democrats to reject AIPAC funds

Pressure rises on Biden, Democrats to reject AIPAC funds

Aid ship sets sail to Gaza where hundreds of thousands face starvation 5 months into war

The food was gathered by World Food Kitchen, the charity founded by celebrity chef José Andrés

Gazans iftar without 'joy of Ramadan' as Israel continues ferocious attacks

Gazans face continued Israeli bombardments and a spiralling humanitarian crisis

Protesters disrupt Oscars red carpet

They call an immediate, permanent ceasefire in Gaza

'Free Palestine' march set to hit Oscars red carpet

‘No awards during a genocide’ will be the chant of the protesters

Gaza talks mediators pushing to secure truce, Israel says

Israel and Hamas have traded blame over the apparent deadlock in talks in the run-up to Ramazan

Netanyahu approach to Gaza war 'hurting Israel more than helping', says Biden

He said he would not cut off all weapons so they don't have the Iron Dome to protect them

Israel ramps up attacks across Gaza, killing 13 women, children in Nuseirat

Canada, Sweden restored funding to the UN agency for Palestinian refugees

Israel strikes landmark residential tower in southern Rafah

Israel strikes landmark residential tower in southern Rafah

Google fires its employee for protesting against contract with Israeli military

A Google Cloud engineer protested during Regev's speech, the managing director of Google Israel

Gaza war robs Muslim world of Ramadan joy

Across Gaza this year, the lights are among the few signs signalling the coming holy month

Israeli settlements expand by record amount, UN rights chief says

The report, based on UN's own and other sources documented 24,300 new Israeli units in West Bank

US to build temporary port to deliver Gaza aid

Biden said the port, which will be built by the US military, will involve a temporary pier

Gaza ceasefire talks show no sign of progress, no deal likely by Ramazan

Israel and Hamas blamed each other for the lack of agreement after four days of talks

Turkish Red Crescent sends its biggest Gaza aid shipment yet

Turkish Red Crescent sends its biggest Gaza aid shipment yet

Sweden plans Gaza aid talks with Israel's foreign ministry, EU countries

"The life and health of children in Gaza must be protected," PM Kristersson said on social media X

Britain to warn Israel's Gantz over famine in Gaza

Britain, like the United States, initially gave its backing to Israel's assault on Gaza

'Worse than hell': the perils of pregnancy in war-torn Gaza

Baraa Jaber, the nurse who assisted in the delivery, said she was scared too

US now pushes UN to back 'immediate' Gaza ceasefire to free hostages

Washington had been averse to the word ceasefire

UNRWA head warns of 'concerted campaign' to end its operations

UNRWA employs 13,000 people in Gaza, running schools, healthcare and other social services

Senate passes resolution against Israeli atrocities in Gaza

Senate passes resolution against Israeli atrocities in Gaza

Israel carries out biggest Ramallah raid in years, witnesses say

The Palestinian health ministry said Israeli forces shot and killed a 16-year-old boy

'Who will call me mother?': Gazan woman mourns twin babies killed in strike

Israel says its campaign is intended to eliminate Hamas fighters.

Israeli military steps up strikes on Hamas in Gaza's Khan Younis

The air force and artillery hit about 50 targets within six minutes, it said

EU to pay UN Palestinian agency 50 mln euros but hold back some funds

The European Commission, one of UNRWA's biggest donors, had been due to pay €82 million around now

US makes its first Gaza aid airdrop as mediators to seek truce deal

Three C-130 US military planes delivered more than 38,000 meals into the territory

Israel accepts ceasefire deal with Hamas as US airdrops begin

The United Nations has warned of famine in Gaza

Arab musicians' songs about Gaza put spotlight on Palestinian issues

The music mixes defiance, helplessness and anger over the war being waged by Israel on Hamas

Pressure mounts for inquiry into Israeli troops firing on Gazans waiting for aid

Pressure mounts for inquiry into Israeli troops firing on Gazans waiting for aid

'Can't wait for ceasefire in Gaza': Malala speaks out for the distressed

'Can't wait for ceasefire in Gaza': Malala speaks amidst criticism over silence

UN chief says Gaza killing could require independent investigation

Guterres was "shocked" by the latest episode in the war as Israel has killed over 30,000 in Gaza

Gaza health authorities say Israeli fire in Gaza City kills 70

Gaza health authorities say Israeli fire in Gaza City kills 70

Masked men in Gaza enforce prices in street markets

Nearly five months into the war, prices have soared in Gaza with all commercial imports cut off

Lebanon's Hezbollah will halt fire if Hamas OKs Gaza truce, sources say

Hamas is now weighing a new proposal for a deal that would suspend fighting for 40 days

Gaza residents fear possible truce would only pause, not stop, the war

Gaza residents fear possible truce would only pause, not stop, the war

Jordan's King Abdullah says Gaza aid must be doubled

Jordan's King Abdullah says Gaza aid must be doubled