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The U.S. has been engaged in intense diplomacy with Israel and with Palestinian leadership as well as Egyptian and Qatari officials, Thomas-Greenfield said.Israeli airstrikes kill 42 and topple buildings in Gaza City
Sunday was the deadliest single attack since heavy fighting broke out between Israel and Hamas nearly a week ago.Writer from East Jerusalem goes viral for speaking out about conflict between Israelis and Palestinians
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Israeli airstrikes have destroyed buildings and killed at least 33 Palestinians, bringing the death toll to nearly 200. It's the deadliest single attack since fighting broke out between Israel and Hamas almost a week ago. Imtiaz Tyab reports.Meditation, Mindfulness & Spirituality
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will "do whatever it takes to restore order and the security of our people."Schiff says U.S. should "push harder" to end Mideast violence
Schiff said the U.S. has to be involved in a "sustained diplomatic engagement" to bring an end to the violence between Israel and Hamas.Rocket fire, bombings in Gaza intensify
Israeli bombings and Hamas rocket fire continued overnight, following an intense day which saw a 15-story building in the heart of Gaza reduced to rubble by Israeli fighter jets. Correspondent Imtiaz Tyab reports from Tel Aviv.Harry says parenting style of royal family inflicts "pain and suffering"
In a new interview, Prince Harry criticizes the parenting of his father, Prince Charles, saying that he wants to break the cycle of "pain and suffering."Afghan and Taliban forces clash as U.S. continues withdrawal
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It came hours after another Israeli air raid on a densely populated refugee camp killed at least 10 Palestinians from an extended family, mostly children.