Israeli air strikes killed at least five Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and militants kept up their rocket fire on southern Israel on Monday, witnesses and officials said, as Egypt pressed on with efforts to broker a durable truce.
An American journalist held hostage in Syria by a group affiliated with al-Qaida was released to the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
The Napa Valley Chabad Jewish Center suffered damage in a 6.1 magnitude earthquake.
An Israeli driver was injured when his car overturned after being attacked by Palestinians throwing rocks in the West Bank.
Aaron Sofer, a 23-year-old ultra-Orthodox yeshiva student from Lakewood, N.J., was reported missing after hiking in the Jerusalem Forest.
Iran claimed that it shot down an Israeli drone near its Natanz uranium enrichment facility.
Hundreds of people attended the funeral of four–year-old Daniel Tregerman, who was killed by shrapnel from a mortar outside his home near the border with Gaza.3
Israel’s operation in Gaza will continue “until its goals are achieved” and could extend into the start of the school year, Benjamin Netanyahu said.
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