Israel Wants Bodies of Slain Soldiers Back From Gaza

    Israel asked the Red Cross on Thursday to help recover the remains of two soldiers killed in Gaza, Israeli officials said.

    Palestinians Move Closer To War Crimes Case Against Israel

    The possibility of a war crimes investigation into the conduct of Israeli forces in Gaza, until recently unthinkable, has grown after the Palestinians said this week they wanted to become a party to the International Criminal Court.

    Life and Death: Surviving members of the al-Ghoul family mourn a 24-day-old baby who was killed in an Israel strike, along with nine other family members.

    Gaza Infant Twin Clings To Life After Israeli Attack Kills Brother

    A 3-week-old Gaza boy who survived a missile strike which killed nine family members —  including his identical twin — in Gaza, seems to be on the mend in the hospital.

    Israel Budget Can Absorb Gaza War Costs

    Israel’s 2014 budget will be able to absorb the costs incurred during the month-long Gaza conflict and there will be no need to increases taxes, Finance Minister Yair Lapid said on Thursday.

    College of Ruins: Kamaleen Shaath, the director of the Islamic University of Gaza inspects the damage at institution in Gaza City after Israeli attack.

    Young People Trapped in Gaza Yearn for Escape

    After spending most of the month-long Gaza war trapped at home watching the news for hours, Palestinian Salam al-Bayid returned to her university for the first time on Thursday to find the administration building with its facade in pieces.