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?
They've given up trying to sleep in the suffocating heat, but that's not all Gazans are giving up hope for: “The war is coming. I'm beginning to believe I'm going to die before I even experience living."
Israel had never explicitly acknowledged that the two missing Israelis were held by the Gaza group
New poll shows that 62 percent of Palestinians want the Palestinian Authority president to resign, but his leadership does not depend on democratic elections
Despite promises, the toll continues to rise in the power struggle between Hamas and Palestinian Authority
Strip left in oppressive heat and darkness with only the 70 megawatts of power still supplied by Israel
The sirens went off in the regional councils of Hof Ashkelon and Sha'ar Hanegev
Telecom firm Paltel says tens of thousands of land-line customers and 8,000 internet subscribers have lost service
Palestinian Authority will begin cutting welfare allowances to families, force thousands of PA employees in Gaza to retire, says official
Saudi Arabia and its allies have pressed Qatar to end its support to the pan-Arab Muslim Brotherhood movement, the historical parent of the militant Hamas group