Israel seeks US help on Gaza weapons smuggling, while Arab nations remain divided over a truce.
The UN headquarters in Gaza was struck by Israeli fire. Fissures are emerging among Israeli civilian and military leaders over how and when to end the campaign.
Sari Bashi of the group Gisha argued before the Israeli Supreme Court Thursday that Israel is still responsible for Gazan civilians because it controls the enclave's borders, airspace, and sea space.
Denied access to Gaza, a reporter draws on firsthand accounts from the Palestinian wounded taken to Egypt.
Members of the secular Fatah movement, which controls the Palestinian Authority, are divided over how the group should respond to the ongoing Israeli offensive against Hamas.
President Bush awarded the Medal of Freedom to Blair, whose legacy is clouded by the Iraq war.
Palestinian disunity could be a sticking point in cease-fire negotiations.
Readers write about American guns in the hands of Mexican drug cartels, the roles of executive power and inalienable rights in the US, questions that should be asked about President Bush, and why Israel's attacks on Gaza are not war crimes.
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On Tuesday, the Israeli army denied using white phosphorus munitions. A Norwegian doctor claims Israel is using Gaza as a 'test laboratory for new weapons,' including Dense Inert Metal Explosives, or DIME.