A severe electricity shortage in Gaza leaves residents with as little as four hours of power a day. Who gets electricity and when?
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U.S. Sees Possible Opportunity in Palestinian Reconciliation Led by Egypt, White House Official Says
Senior White House officials say that although the administration's position is that Hamas must disarm, there is no expectation that it will 'happen overnight'
Turkish President Erdogan dismissed the charges as politically motivated, and tantamount to an attack on the Turkish Republic
By detonating explosive devices and being positioned on higher ground, Muslim Brotherhood-linked group inflicted heavy casualties on Egyptian security forces
One short letter looms large in the Israel-Palestine conflict's mythology. But it's just that: A myth, but also a bluff, a betrayal and a gift to propagandists on both sides
Trump imposed new sanctions on the Guard last week
Islamic State will continue to thrive, even without territory, as long as the anarchy and resentment that nourished it continues
One activist who called for ouster of Theophilos III of Jerusalem was barred from a town in northern Israel ahead of patriarch's visit
Foreign Ministry describes military presence as 'flagrant aggression,' says violates international law