GAZA/JERUSALEM, July 23 (Reuters) – Gaza fighting raged on
Wednesday, displacing thousands more Palestinians in the
battered territory as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said
efforts to secure a truce between Israel and Hamas had made some
In a blow to Israel’s economy and image, American aviation
authorities extended a ban on U.S. flights to Tel Aviv for a
second day, spooked by rocket salvoes out of the Gaza Strip,
with many other global airlines also avoiding the Jewish state.
The US authorities extend Israel flight ban for another 24 hours
IDF says three more of its soldiers died in Gaza fighting on Wednesday, bringing Israeli military death toll to 32
GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli forces pounded Gaza on Wednesday, meeting stiff resistance from Hamas Islamists and sending thousands of residents fleeing, as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on a visit to Israel ceasefire talks had made some progress.
In a blow to Israel’s economy and a public relations coup for Hamas, U.S. and European air carriers halted flights to the Jewish state citing concern over a militant rocket from Gaza that hit a house near Ben Gurion airport. Israel urged a re-think, saying its air space was safe.
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“I once dreamt of becoming a doctor. Today I am homeless. They should watch out for what I could become next,” 17-yr-old Gaza tells Reuters
GAZA/JERUSALEM, July 23 (Reuters) – Israeli forces pounded
multiple sites across the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, including the
enclave’s sole power plant, and said it was meeting stiff
resistance from Hamas Islamists, as diplomats sought to end the
In a blow to Israel’s economy, U.S. and European air
carriers halted flights in and out of Tel Aviv citing security
worries after a militant rocket from Gaza hit a house near the
airport. Israel urged a re-think, saying its airspace was safe.