Hamas freed 17 hostages and Israel released 39 Palestinian detainees. We take a look at what has happened so far.
This question is part of the bitter Israeli-Palestinian debate over the war in Gaza, where thousands of civilians have been killed.
New analysis of imagery from a European Space Agency satellite allows for what researchers say is the most comprehensive look yet at the scale of damage due to the Israeli bombardment.
Voice memos recorded by NPR's producer in Gaza during a 34-hour communications blackout convey a weekend of anxiety and uncertainty for Palestinians as Israeli ground troops invaded.
With high poverty and unemployment and severe restrictions on movement, life in the Gaza Strip was already difficult before Israel's retaliatory offensive began this week in response to Hamas attacks.
Governments in Europe pledge support for Israel and European Union freezes aid to Palestinians after days of escalating violence in Israel and Gaza.
There are still a number of unaccounted-for U.S. citizens, U.S. officials said, as the fighting entered its third day.
As much as a quarter of the Palestinian population of the crowded Jenin refugee camp has fled an Israeli military offensive, the United Nations says.
The Israeli military says it was targeting a militant group in the West Bank called the Lion's Den. So far this year, at least 55 Palestinians — including civilians — have been killed.
Israeli police say they shot and killed the gunman. The State Department condemned the "absolutely horrific" attack.
Israel's longest-serving prime minister is poised to return to office, even while on trial for corruption charges. He spoke with Morning Edition about his comeback and controversial coalition.
Israeli troops raided the occupied West Bank saying they were targeting members of the Lions' Den. Here's what we know about the new armed Palestinian group.
Most Gazans support resistance against Israel and Hamas and Islamic Jihad still do have a following, though some Gazans are frustrated with the groups. Analysts see a rift forming between them.
For Orthodox Jews during a yearlong agricultural sabbath, Israel pledged to lift some restrictions on produce from the Gaza Strip. Palestinian farmers in Gaza are wondering what's taking so long.