Vice President Harris gave her most extensive comments to date on the fighting in Gaza, emphatically calling on Israel to do more to protect civilians.
The temporary truce that collapsed early Friday followed seven weeks of fighting in Gaza sparked by simultaneous attacks on southern Israel by Hamas militants on Oct. 7.
Dozens of women and kids held hostage by Hamas for nearly two months returned home to Israel this week. Experts say reacclimating is a process — and there are ways professionals and parents can help.
A seven-day break in the fighting had allowed a significant increase in the delivery of badly needed food, fuel and medical supplies. But the flow of aid was halted by the resumption of airstrikes.
The memorial event, at which five DJs played, took place at the site where Hamas killed hundreds attending a rave on Oct. 7. "This is the first time I've been able to cry," says one attendee.
The twice-extended cease-fire held long enough for Israel to secure release of more than 100 hostages seized by Hamas in its Oct. 7 attack. In exchange, Israel freed hundreds of jailed Palestinians.
Israel's military said it had resumed combat operations in the Gaza Strip minutes after a temporary truce with Hamas expired Friday, blaming the militant group for breaking the cease-fire.
The secretary of state said the U.S. is committed to seeing the release of all hostages held by Hamas. And gunmen killed three Israelis in an attack on the outskirts of West Jerusalem early Thursday.
As graphic images from Gaza flood social media platforms, many people are claiming those images are fake, in the latest iteration of a disturbing trope.
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U.S. and Israeli officials are in Qatar working on a new cease-fire extension. At least 30 Palestinians in Israeli jails and 10 hostages held in Gaza by Hamas are likely to be freed on Wednesday.
Under an extension of a temporary cease-fire, Hamas freed 12 more hostages on Tuesday, including 10 Israelis and two foreign nationals, Israel's military said. About 160 hostages remain in captivity.
Israel says it has already received a list of Israeli hostages Hamas proposes to release in exchange for Israel freeing more Palestinian prisoners. But possible signs of a fraying truce are emerging.
Elizabeth Price's son Hisham Awartani was one of three men of Palestinian descent shot on Saturday in Vermont. Speaking to NPR from Ramallah, Price fears her son "is confronting a life of disability."
Hamas released 11 Israelis and a bus with Palestinian prisoners arrived in the West Bank after the two sides announced a continuation of their temporary cease-fire to facilitate more exchanges.