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NEW YORK, May 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- AJC criticized Middle East coverage in today's New York Times. Specifically, the global advocacy group called attention to a large photograph, by Said Khatib of AFP, and the accompanying headline and caption, in the middle of p.
Palestinian Arabs fired at least 35 rockets into Israel's Negev region Wednesday after Israeli forces conducted a raid into the Gaza Strip, officials said. Six alleged members of the militant group Hamas were killed and two Israeli soldiers were injured in the operation, Ynetnews.com reported.
Eleven people, including a Hamas police officer, were killed in a gunfight Tuesday in the city of Gaza, Hamas officials said. The incident began when two members of a Palestinian Doghmush clan, described by Hamas as a family involved in political and criminal activity, resisted arrest, CNN reported.
Text of report by Israeli Channel 2 TV on 10 September [Telephone remarks by IDF Spokesman Avi Bnayahu - live] [Anchor Yonit Levi] We have an update on the Air Force helicopter crash. Brigadier General Avi Bnayahu, the IDF spokesman, is on the line. Good evening.
Excerpt from report by privately-owned, pro-Fatah Palestinian daily newspaper Al-Quds on 3 September [Unattributed report: "Health workers, teachers, and public sector employees in the Gaza Strip extend their strike until 9 September"] Teachers, health workers, and other public sector employees in the Gaza Strip yesterday decided to extend their strike until 9 September.
By Ibrahim Barzak Four people were killed and at least 40 injured yesterday in the worst day of internal fighting in Gaza for weeks. Amid loud explosions and gunfire in Gaza City, Hamas security forces took control of a Fatah stronghold and arrested dozens of people.
Gaza militants fired two rockets into southern Israel on Thursday, further straining a shaky, week-old truce as Israel kept vital Gaza border crossings closed in response. The rocket attack is the second since the cease-fire took effect. (c) 2008 Rocky Mountain News.
By JOSEF FEDERMAN, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS JERUSALEM Palestinian militants fired three homemade rockets into southern Israel on Tuesday, threatening to unravel a cease- fire days after it began. Israel responded by closing vital border crossings into Gaza.
By DION NISSENBAUM By Dion Nissenbaum McClatchy News Service JERUSALEM Palestinian militants fired three homemade rockets into southern Israel on Tuesday, jeopardizing Israel's six-day-old cease-fire with Hamas leaders in the Gaza Strip.
JERUSALEM _ Islamic Jihad militants in the Gaza Strip fired three rockets into Israel on Tuesday, breaching a five-day old cease-fire after Israeli troops killed one of the Palestinian group's commanders in the West Bank. Israel responded to the rocket fire by shutting border crossings into Gaza.
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