Edition:
International

Nidal al-Mughrabi

Gaza Pepsi factory shuts down, owners blame Israeli restrictions

Jun 21 2021

GAZA (Reuters) -Gaza's Pepsi bottling company was forced to halt operations this week due to Israeli import restrictions that were tightened during an 11-day conflict between Israel and Palestinian militants last month, the company's owners say.

Gaza Pepsi factory shuts down, owners blame Israeli restrictions

Jun 21 2021

GAZA, June 21 Gaza's Pepsi bottling company was forced to halt operations this week due to Israeli import restrictions that were tightened during an 11-day conflict between Israel and Palestinian militants last month, the company's owners say.

Israel allows some Gaza exports, Hamas demands more amid fragile truce

Jun 21 2021

GAZA/TEL AVIV Israel allowed a limited resumption of commercial exports from the Gaza Strip on Monday in what it called a "conditional" measure, one month after a truce halted 11 days of fighting with the Palestinian enclave's Hamas rulers.

Israel strikes Hamas sites over fire balloons, challenging truce

Jun 16 2021

GAZA/TEL AVIV (Reuters) -Israeli aircraft struck Hamas sites in Gaza on Wednesday after incendiary balloons were launched from the Palestinian enclave in the first such attacks since a fragile ceasefire ended 11 days of deadly fighting last month. | Video

'She screams when someone comes near': Gaza children in trauma

Jun 09 2021

GAZA Three weeks since Suzy Eshkuntana was pulled from the rubble of her house, destroyed by an Israeli air strike, the six-year-old girl has barely spoken except to ask for her mother and four siblings who were killed that day. | Video

Palestinians see little difference in old and new Israeli leaders

Jun 03 2021

RAMALLAH/GAZA (Reuters) -Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Gaza on Thursday mostly dismissed a change in Israeli government, saying the nationalist leader due to replace Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would likely pursue the same right-wing agenda.

UN Gaza relief chief called in by bosses after comments over Israeli air strikes

Jun 02 2021

GAZA The Gaza director of the U.N. agency that deals with Palestinian refugees has been called in for consultation with his bosses in Jerusalem after angering Palestinians with comments they said favoured Israel during last month's fighting.

Red Cross chief urges Israel, Palestinians to end cycle of violence

Jun 02 2021

GAZA The head of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)urged Israel and the Palestinians on Wednesday to find a political solution so violence like last month's hostilities over the Gaza Strip border might be prevented.

Egypt's intelligence chief holds truce talks with Hamas in Gaza

May 31 2021

GAZA Egypt's intelligence chief met Hamas leaders in Gaza on Monday to try to bolster a ceasefire between the Palestinian militant group and Israel and to discuss reconstruction plans following the recent hostilities, Egyptian and Palestinian officials said.

World News