Palestinian engineers say it only costs $1.50 per fill-up. Israel is also going electric with hundreds of charging stations to be installed nationwide.
Can Gaza's ruling militants keep other armed groups from spoiling a six-month cease-fire with Israel intended to improve life in the impoverished coastal strip?
The temporary cease-fire deal bids to end attacks from Gaza militants and the Israeli army and improve life in the impoverished coastal strip.
The Islamist militant group has controlled the coastal strip for a year now and says it will not relent to international pressure.
Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh announced preconditions for a period of calm with Israel in a speech Wednesday.
President Abbas halted negotiations Sunday. Secretary of State Rice arrives this week.
Despite conflict, Israelis try to help Gazans to whom they have longstanding ties.
A visit to a rocketmaker shows a reliance on very basic materials. The range of rockets fired at Israel has slowly been growing.
The strip's Islamist leaders have called for protests Wednesday against Bush's first trip to Israel and the West Bank.