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# Israel

Yesterday
17th July 2024
Gaza famine: 'We are forced to eat what we used to consider animal feed'
Over 20% of people in the Gaza Strip are now facing the prospect of famine.
"These mulberry leaves are from the large trees that survived the war. I thank God for this blessing," one Gazan said.
"Does the world know?" asks another Gazan.
This week
14th July 2024 - 18th July 2024
US expresses 'serious concern' over 'unacceptably high' civilian death toll in Gaza
Hamas official says group withdrawing from Gaza truce talks after Israeli strike left 92 dead
Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
Health ministry in Gaza says at least 71 killed in Israeli strike on 'safe zone'
The health ministry said more than 289 others were injured in the strike on camp for displaced persons in Al-Mawasi.
In a statement, the Israeli army said it targeted two senior Hamas officials in the strike "based on precise intelligence".
The Israel Defense Forces previously designated Mawasi, which is west of Khan Younis, a humanitarian area.
Martin: Attacks on civilian locations in Gaza 'clear violations of international law'
Hospital running out of fuel for generators during one of Gaza's bloodiest weeks
US to wind down problematic Gaza aid pier operation
Israel strikes UN agency's building in Gaza, day after attack on school being used as a shelter
UN 'appalled' by Israel's evacuation orders in Gaza as thousands of civilians flee
Hamas has warned that an escalation on the ground could threaten truce talks, with mediators Egypt and Qatar due to host new meetings this week.
Gaza death toll could reach 186,000, according to correspondence published in The Lancet
Israel strikes school in Gaza as Hamas says open to hostage deal without permanent ceasefire
This month
July 2024
Israeli and Hamas delegates discuss ceasefire deal, but 'gaps' remain
Netanyahu tells Biden Israel sending delegation to resume ceasefire negotiations with Hamas
Israel approves new illegal settlements in largest West Bank land grab in decades - watchdog
Hezbollah fires 200 rockets from Lebanon into Israel after killing of its senior commander
A quarter million people affected by Israeli evacuation order as airstrikes pummel Gaza
Palestinians flee Gaza City's Shujaiya district after fourth day of heavy bombardment
Last month
June 2024
Tonnes of aid from US-built pier in Gaza moved into region for first time since June 9
Palestinians flee northern Gaza amid heavy Israeli bombardment
US warns Israel that conflict with Hezbollah could 'easily become a regional war'
Netanyahu says he'll only accept ‘partial’ ceasefire in Gaza, sparking anger among hostage families
Israeli forces tied wounded Palestinian man to front of jeep in West Bank raid
At least 25 killed in Israeli strikes on tents for displaced people near Rafah
Netanyahu says Israel needs more US ammunition in 'war for its existence'
Irish woman fired by Israeli firm for 'terrorist state' comment says she feels 'blacklisted'
Israeli army says operational plans for offensive in Lebanon 'approved and validated'
10 deaths in Gaza despite Israel declaring humanitarian pause
Israel to ‘strengthen’ settlements in West Bank due to countries like Ireland recognising Palestine
Two pro-Palestine student activists arrested at protest over Tánaiste's visit to UCC campus
Benjamin Netanyahu has dissolved Israel's war cabinet
Israel announces ‘tactical pause’ during daylight hours in southern Gaza to increase aid flow
'All I can offer my children is some available bread with hot water to dissolve it'
The Journal’s reporter in Rafah talks to parents about food shortages and how they are impacting their families.
Eight Israeli soldiers killed near Rafah in deadliest attack on the country’s forces in months
World Health Organisation voices alarm at escalating West Bank health crisis
My story: The horrific hours of fear for my family in Gaza as Israel rescued four hostages
Ahmed Alsammak
'It's apocalyptic': A doctor's experience of treating people after Israel's attack on Saturday
Hamas calls on US to put 'direct pressure' on Israel for permanent ceasefire
UN investigation concludes Israel committing crimes against humanity in Gaza
Israeli strike kills senior Hezbollah commander in Lebanon
Israeli forces kill four Palestinians in West Bank; Intel halts expansion of factory in Israel