To de-escalate the crisis, junior officials can't hope to replace visible, vocal interest at the highest levels of the White House. But the president is silent and his secretary of state, mysteriously absent
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A severe electricity shortage in Gaza leaves residents with as little as four hours of power a day in the sweltering summer heat. Who gets electricity and when?
Perhaps more appalling than the sight of the police pointing their rifles at worshippers and sneering is their vanishing humanity
It's worth recalling that the status quo Netanyahu has sworn to uphold was destroyed from the first moment of the occupation – at 3 A.M. on June 11, 1967, after the conquest of East Jerusalem, the Mughrabi neighborhood's 135 homes were demolished
The frustration and anger is being led mainly by the generation born after Oslo, the one that was promised a state and self-determination and now sees only the inability to make that dream come true
Iran's air defense chief, Brig. Gen. Farzad Esmaili, said during a ceremony that the Sayyad-3 missile is 'a completely indigenous technology'
An Interior Ministry statement said militant leader Ghandur Al-Masri was killed in a firefight with Egyptian security forces
Army preps for massive Friday protests as Netanyahu weighs removing new security measures ■ Confrontations expected in Jerusalem, West Bank and Gaza as Muslim custodian calls for massive Al-Aqsa prayers ■ Report: U.S. working to reach compromise
The government has seized more than 950 companies, from a baklava chain to a major construction firm, over suspected ties to a failed coup attempt last year