In rare easing of Israel’s Gaza blockade, flower farmers will export their entire harvest – some 35 million roses, carnations, and chrysanthemums – for the first time since Hamas took over in 2007.
Gaza militants vowed counterattacks for Israeli air strikes, one day after Hamas-brokered deal to stop rocket attacks.
With reporters covering the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Palestinians living across the border in Egypt find plenty of business serving as guides.
Hamas appears to be trying to boost its Islamic credentials at home through restrictions on women's dress and men walking with women who are not family.
A gun battle between Hamas and an Al Qaeda-inspired group that left about 30 dead last week is a sign of a growing movement inside the impoverished territory.
Mohammed Hassuna says he was recently arrested by the Israeli Navy while fishing within the legal zone, and forced to strip down and swim to the gunboat.