- Gaza militants fire missile, rockets at Israel Updated: Apr-21-14 8:34 am
- Palestinians meet in Gaza for reconciliation talks Updated: Apr-21-14 7:22 am
- Cash-strapped Hamas turns to e-bullets Updated: Apr-10-14 4:04 pm
- Israel bars Palestinian Olympian from leaving Gaza Updated: Apr-08-14 12:07 pm
- Museum items can't be seized to pay Iran judgment Updated: Mar-28-14 6:30 pm
- A look at Mideast judicial systems Updated: Mar-25-14 3:44 pm
JERUSALEM - Militants from the Gaza Strip fired a missile at Israeli troops patrolling the border and several rockets into the country's south on Monday, the last day of the Passover holiday, the military said. No injuries were reported.
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - In a long hallway that looks more like a videogame arcade than a military base, Hamas security forces are holding target practice using assault rifles fitted with lasers - all without firing a bullet.
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Israel has barred 30 runners, including an Olympic athlete, from leaving the Gaza Strip to participate in a marathon later this week, highlighting Israel's tight restrictions on travel in and out of the Hamas-ruled territory, Palestinian officials said Tuesday.
CHICAGO - Survivors of a 1997 terrorist bombing blamed partly on Iran can't seize thousands of relics from U.S. museums to pay a $412 million judgment against the Iranian government, a federal judge in Chicago ruled Friday.
An Egyptian court's decision this week to sentence to death 529 alleged supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood after a two-session trial has triggered criticism from governments and rights groups around the world. The country's judicial system is sure to face further scrutiny as another 683 suspected Islamists went on mass trial Tuesday. The proceedings have raised deep concerns among human rights activists over the lack of due process as Egyptian authorities push swift and heavy prosecutions in their crackdown against the Muslim Brotherhood and its allies.