A combine harvester cuts rye in a field in the eastern German city of Rathenow on Aug. 2. Farmers in the region are expecting a worse than average harvest this year.
A millionaire owner of Gaza's finest Arab stallions, a fluent English student, a farmer, and a respected human rights advocate share their views.
The group, which taxes goods smuggled through tunnels, is supplanting Gaza's business leaders and could strengthen its political position as well.
Israelis and Palestinians question the credibility and effectiveness of 'unprecedented' public hearings about last January's attacks.
The former president met with Israeli settlers as well as top Hamas leaders on a week-long tour of the region that wrapped up Tuesday in Gaza.
Forced to rebuild using mud and animal-drawn carts, Gazans are increasingly frustrated with Hamas's hard-line policies.
Looking to increase security, Israel dropped leaflets last week warning residents to stay at least 1,000 feet from the border or risk being shot.
Colleagues ask: If the former Northern Ireland peacemaker can't do it, who can?