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Nidal Al-Mughrabi

Nidal Al-Mughrabi

    Israel pulls forces out of Gaza, begins truce with Hamas
    Israel pulls forces out of Gaza, begins truce with Hamas
    ​Israel has withdrawn its ground forces out of the Gaza Strip and began a 72-hour truce with Hamas mediated by Egypt.
    Eid marked by sorrow in the Gaza Strip
    Eid marked by sorrow in the Gaza Strip
    As many people around the world celebrated the end of Ramadan, in Gaza Strip - battered by weeks of fighting - the holiday was marked by tears.
    Ceasefire takes effect between Israel, Gaza militants
    Ceasefire takes effect between Israel, Gaza militants
    A 12-hour truce is in effect after Israel and Palestinian militant groups in Gaza agreed to a UN request amid efforts to secure a long-term ceasefire.
    Israel says meeting heavy resistance within Gaza
    Israel says meeting heavy resistance within Gaza
    Israeli forces say they were met with heavy resistance from Hamas when they pounded multiple sites across the Gaza Strip.
    Israel resumes strikes after mooted ceasefire deal
    Israel resumes strikes after mooted ceasefire deal
    Israel has resumed air strikes on Gaza following Hamas's rejection of an Egyptian-proposed Gaza ceasefire.
    Egypt: Gaza tunnel flooding puts jobs in jeopardy
    Egypt: Gaza tunnel flooding puts jobs in jeopardy
    Egypt's campaign to shut down smuggling tunnels running under its border into the Gaza Strip threatens to throw thousands of Palestinians out of work.
    World pressure for Gaza truce intensifies
    World pressure for Gaza truce intensifies
    The UN chief has called for an immediate ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and the US Secretary of State has headed to the region with a peace message.
    Deep Read: Gaza crisis rooted in crossed red lines
    Deep Read: Gaza crisis rooted in crossed red lines
    There are theories among Israelis and Palestinians about what has propelled the two sides towards their second war in four years.
    Hamas halves Israeli fruit imports to Gaza
    Hamas halves Israeli fruit imports to Gaza
    The Hamas government has barred much of Gaza's fruit imports from Israel, citing a need to cultivate local Palestinian agriculture.
    Gaza, Israel truce begins to show progress
    Gaza, Israel truce begins to show progress
    Previous ceasefire deals after earlier rounds of fighting have often got off to a slow start with guns falling silent within a day or two.
    Israeli soldier Shalit freed in mass prisoner swap
    Israeli soldier Shalit freed in mass prisoner swap
    Israeli Gilad Shalit has been freed after years as a Hamas prisoner, as hundreds of Palestinians exchanged for him received a hero's welcome in Gaza.