Official says Hamas willing to stop 'fire and fence terror' ■ Israeli army announces 'return to routine' ■ Israeli soldier killed by Palestinian snipers ■ Israel strikes dozens of Hamas targets
Noa Landau is diplomatic correspondent for Haaretz. Prior to this, she served as head of the news department and editor of Haaretz English Edition. She is also a member of the newspaper’s editorial board.
Before joining Haaretz, Landau worked as a news reporter and editor for Galei-Tzahal, Channel 10 and Maariv. She was a 2016 fellow at The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford, where she studied the rise of gag orders in Israel. Got a diplomatic scoop?
Israeli army announces 'return to routine' ■ Israeli soldier killed by Palestinian snipers ■ Israel strikes dozens of Hamas targets
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