July 23, 2014
The UN human rights council will investigate Israel's actions in Gaza.
Thousands of Palestinians attended a mass funeral for a young protester killed by Israeli forces in the West Bank.
Fifty-six Palestinians died in Gaza on Wednesday alone.
Egypt's President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi said in a speech Wednesday that Egypt will open its borders with Gaza and send aid once both sides agree on a ceasefire.
Lebanese troops surveyed the border with Syria to curb the infiltration of gunmen from Syria.
the Iraqi parliament is meeting Wednesday to vote on a new president.
Two more Israeli soldiers were killed in Gaza, raising the number of Israeli soldiers killed to 29.
Iran and the P5+1 will resume their negotiations to discuss ways to reach a final agreement over Tehran’s nuclear energy program in September, Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham says.
An Israeli rabbi has issued a ruling that allows the killing of innocent civilians in the besieged Gaza Strip.
Rockets have been discovered in a school for the second time in a week, strengthening Israeli claims that Hamas is using Palestinians as human shields.
The Lebanese parliament is scheduled to make its ninth attempt to a elect a president today, however the atmosphere of the electoral session was not serious and a quorum was not expected to be reached.
Israeli airstrikes and artillery shelling killed 18 Palestinians across the Gaza Strip Wednesday morning as the military offensive against the Gaza Strip enters its sixteenth day.
Israeli forces shot dead a Palestinian man and injured two across the West Bank early Wednesday, as protests against the ongoing Israeli military assault in Gaza that has left more than 600 Palestinians dead intensified.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has expressed condolences to the Israeli regime for its losses.
The Nobel Peace Prize should be given to Israeli forces for their "unimaginable restraint" in their offensive against the blockaded Gaza Strip, says the Israeli envoy to the United States.