Conflict With Israel
August 5, 2014
Spain's government announced an arms embargo on Israel due to the ongoing operations in Gaza and the increasing civilian death toll.
The IDF completed work to destroy 32 attack tunnels in Gaza overnight between Monday and Tuesday, a senior army source said. The source spoke shortly before the 8 a.m.cease-fire.
A 72-hour ceasefire deal has reportedly been reached among Palestinian faction and Israel in Egypt-proposed peace talks, set to begin at 8 a.m. on Tuesday.
In a report which was released on Monday, the HRW accused Israel of killing civilians as they attempted to flee the town of Khuza’a.
The Foreign Office was tonight investigating reports that a British aid worker was killed this weekend in Gaza while delivering medical supplies.
August 4, 2014
Amid a sprawling death toll and several failed ceasefires, Israel sees intense, international backlash for Gaza strikes.
A 25-year-old man was killed after being struck by a tractor in an apparent Jerusalem 'terrorist' attack, according to Israeli police.
Israel declared a 7-hour truce Monday to allow humanitarian aid into Gaza.
August 3, 2014
Palestinian factions have agreed on a single list of demands to be discussed in Cairo during talks to end Israel's offensive on the Gaza Strip.
A senior official form the Palestinian resistance movement has called on the United Nations and other international bodies to break their silence on Israeli crimes against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
A recent report shows Israel spied on US Secretary of State John Kerry during failed talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
IDF prepares to destroy the last of Hamas's infiltration tunnels on Sunday; army source says "there is no decision to stop the operation," despite some ground forces moving back into staging areas in Israel.
Israeli airstrikes and shelling killed 37 people across the Gaza Strip on Sunday morning, as the 27-day assault on Gaza showed no signs of ceasing despite Israeli moves to redeploy outside of urban areas the day before.
British government’s Business Innovation and Skills Department (BIS) to review all UK export licenses for arms sales to the Jewish state.
Several states in Sudan have been hit with floods and more than 3,000 houses have been destroyed as a result of the natural disaster.