July 30, 2014
Despite a four-hour humanitarian ceasefire that began at 3:00 p.m., Israeli forces on Wednesday afternoon shelled a number of homes across the Gaza Strip, killing five.
Peres: Israel has exhausted military option, Abbas's rule in Gaza must be restored
At least 67 Palestinians have been killed and 110 injured in Israeli attacks since midnight Wednesday on the 23rd day of the Gaza offensive, according to the Ministry of Health.
The Israeli army announced Wednesday that it will observe a four-hour hiatus in bombardment of the Gaza Strip.
Eight Syrians were arrested in Arsal over suspected links with terrorist organizations.
Ibrahim al-Hajj, also known as Abou Mohammed Salman, was a high-ranking Hezbollah official that was killed on Monday during a battle with Syrian opposition militants in Syria´s al-Qalamoun region.
A car bomb exploded in Giza killing three people Wednesday.
An unconfirmed video appears to show several fighters from Hamas´ military wing emerging from a tunnel and killing an Israeli soldier in an Israeli military base.
Israel has shelled another UN-run school north of Gaza.
Israeli support for Operation Protective Edge remains high according to an Israel Democracy Institute poll, despite it´s death toll of 53 being one of the state´s highest, matching or quintupling deaths from previous Gaza wars.
Militant groups have seized the headquarters of the Libyan army's special forces in Benghazi.
Hamas has reversed its former position that Hezbollah help was not needed and is now urging Hezbollah to join Hamas in fighting Israel´s offensive in Gaza.
Egypt is doubling the staff on the borders between Libya and Tunisia to help Egyptians safely exit Libya.
July 29, 2014
The Canadian government has pulled its diplomatic mission out of Libya because of the country's "unpredictable security environment."
A new shipment of food and medical aid provided by the Egyptian army reached the Rafah border crossing on its way to Gaza.