An Israeli airstrike killed a Palestinian militant in Gaza City on Thursday, Palestinian medical sources said.
Egypt mediated a truce between Israel and Gaza militants on Saturday, an effort to keep the lid on a deadly spurt of violence between the foes, the Hamas movement said.
After five years of trying, an international group of authors have achieved their aim of taking their Palestine Festival of Literature to Gaza for the first time.
Israeli military investigatorshave ordered an end to a probe into the deaths of 21 members of a Palestinian family during the 2009 military offensive on Gaza, saying there was "no war crime committed."
Israeli forces and Palestinian militants exchanged fire Tuesday in Gaza, according to officials from both groups.
About 1,500 Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli detention began an open-ended hunger strike Tuesday.
Political leaders in Gaza are sparring over a fuel shortage that has prompted rolling power blackouts and protests there.
Eleven Palestinians were killed and at least four critically injured Friday and early Saturday after a series of Israeli airstrikes targeted suspected militants across Gaza, according to Palestinian medical officials.
Two Palestinian militants were killed in an Israeli airstrike in Gaza Thursday, Palestinian medical sources told CNN.
Islamic Jihad said one of its members was killed and five others wounded in two Israel airstrikes in Gaza on Wednesday morning.
French officials Tuesday condemned an Israeli airstrike on Gaza that wounded its consul, his wife and their daughter, calling on Israel to avoid civilian casualties.
Israeli warships have begun shadowing two aid boats bound for the embargoed Palestinian territory of Gaza but are taking no action, a spokesman for the aid mission said Thursday.
Israeli sailors boarded two aid ships headed to the Palestinian territory of Gaza on Friday, the Israeli military said.
Two Palestinian militants were killed by an Israeli airstrike in Gaza early Monday morning, Palestinian medical sources said. The strikes came in response to rocket fire from Gaza into Israel, the Israeli military said.
At least 10 people are dead in Gaza and southern Israel, in a wave of back-and-forth attacks between the Israeli military and Palestinian militants, according to medical and military officials.
Israeli warplanes took to the air overnight Thursday, striking back after rockets were fired into territory from Gaza, Israeli and Palestinian officials said.
An Israeli airstrike killed two Islamic Jihadists in Gaza Thursday evening, while a mortar attack knocked out power at a border crossing into Israel, Israeli military officials and Palestinian security sources reported.
Violence between Israeli forces and teams of militants in Gaza continued for a fourth day. CNN's Kevin Flower reports.
The attacks on Israeli civilians and soldiers Thursday have exposed the deteriorating security situation on the Egyptian side of the desert border, and the easy access to weapons in an area renowned for smuggling and lawlessness.
Two Palestinians were killed by the Israeli military in Gaza, Israeli and Palestinian officials said Wednesday.
Airstrikes following a rocket attack targeted Palestinian militants in Gaza early Tuesday, the Israeli military reported.
At least four airstrikes hit Gaza early Tuesday, leaving two people critically wounded and a third on life support, Palestinian medical and security sources said.
A day after the U.S. government announced the suspension of operations for American-funded aid organizations in the Gaza Strip, efforts are now underway to restart the $98 million worth of programming, according to an American government official.
A humanitarian land convoy heading to Gaza from South Africa reached Port Sudan, Sudan on the Red Sea Wednesday and is destined to become the first relief mission to Gaza from Africa.
Israeli naval forces Tuesday successfully took over a boat of activists intent on breaking what they call the "siege of Gaza" without violent resistance.
Phil Black was on board the Audacity of Hope, as it set out from Greece to Gaza. The day started optimistically enough.
A French boat trying to break the Israeli blockade of Gaza is "stuck" in Greece, detained along with its crew by Greek authorities, a spokesman for the French crew said Thursday.
Two Palestinians were killed and one wounded in an Israeli military strike in central Gaza, Palestinian medical sources reported Tuesday.
An organizer of the Gaza flotilla said Thursday that one of its ships has been sabotaged while anchored in Turkey's territorial waters.
The U.S. State Department on Friday ramped up its warnings urging Americans not to join other activists in a flotilla, expected to sail soon, aimed at challenging Israel's maritime blockage of the Gaza strip.
On the first anniversary of the Israeli raid on a flotilla headed to Gaza, organizers of another flotilla planned for June held a news conference Monday that concluded with a minute of silence for the nine activists killed in that raid.
Two suspects in the death of an Italian activist were killed Tuesday in a firefight with security forces in Gaza, Hamas said. A third suspect was wounded and taken to a hospital.
Four people died and four others were injured when a tunnel collapsed near Rafah in southern Gaza Tuesday, Palestinian medical and security sources told CNN.
The Palestinian Authority's president has called for an emergency meeting of the Arab League over the escalation of conflict between the Israeli military and Gaza-based militants, the Palestinian Authority-run news agency WAFA said on Saturday.
Palestinian journalists are finding reporting increasingly difficult in the face of the growing abuse toward them by Palestinian security forces in the West Bank and Gaza, according to a report released Wednesday by Human Rights Watch.
Israeli airstrikes in southern Gaza killed one Palestinian and seriously wounded another Wednesday morning, Israeli and Palestinian officials said.
For the first time in my life, I saw the Tunisian, Egyptian and Libyan flags held high in the sky of Gaza next to the Palestinian flag.
At least five people were injured late Monday after Gaza City was hit by multiple airstrikes, according to Palestinian witnesses and medical sources.
The Israeli military displayed mortar shells, ammunition and surface-to-sea missiles in Ashdod on Wednesday, ordnance that officials said was seized from a ship bound for Gaza.
The Israeli military fired on militants who were trying to plant a bomb near a security fence in northern Gaza, striking three, the military said.
In Gaza, bloggers say they are using the internet to share the realities of their daily lives with the wider world.
Israel's deadly raid on an aid flotilla that attempted to run the blockade of Gaza was "regrettable" but legal under international law, an independent Israeli commission reported Sunday.
The militant group Hamas has asked other militant factions to stop firing rockets into Israel in order to give the people of Gaza "a time of quiet," a spokesman for the group said Monday.
An Israeli soldier was killed and four more injured by a mortar shell fired by their own forces on the Gaza border, a military spokesman said.
The bodies of two men have been found in northern Gaza, Palestinian medical sources said Thursday.
Israeli warplanes launched airstrikes Tuesday at two cities in Gaza, but there were no immediate reports of casualties, Palestinian and Israeli officials said.
With faces covered and guns loaded, Palestinian militants are training among the sand dunes of Gaza.
Women are training as militants in Gaza to join what they call the resistance against Israel. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.
The Israeli military launched airstrikes in northern and central Gaza early Sunday, said spokesmen for the Israel Defense Forces and Hamas.
A 20-year-old Palestinian was killed Tuesday evening when Israeli soldiers opened fire in Gaza, Palestinian medical sources said.
Israeli forces killed two militants in Gaza on Sunday morning, Palestinian officials said.
Israeli fighter jets attacked two targets in the Gaza Strip early Saturday in retaliation for a spate of militant rockets launched into Israel this week, an Israel Defense Forces spokeswoman said.
The U.N. is expressing concern of growing violence along the Israeli-Gaza border. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.
Four Hamas militants were injured Tuesday in an Israeli airstrike, Palestinian medical officials said.
An Israeli military strike killed five Palestinians in central Gaza on Saturday night, the Palestinian Authority's official news agency reported.
The general in charge of the Israeli government's program to ease the economic blockade of Gaza, cited major progress Tuesday, saying the flow of goods into Gaza has increased many fold.
Israel's Security Cabinet approved "further easing" of economic "restrictions" in Gaza, on Wednesday, the prime minister's office said.
Two members of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad were killed and an Israeli soldier was wounded in a clash Saturday in Gaza, Palestinian and Israeli officials said.
Two 16-year-old Palestinian boys were killed and three other teens were injured in Gaza on Friday from an unexploded Israeli ordnance, Palestinian medical and security officials said.
The prime minister of the Hamas government in Gaza denied Wednesday Israeli claims of an al Qaeda presence in the coastal strip, claiming there is no such thing.
Greek commandos boarded a Gaza-bound aid ship -- whose mission went awry and turned into a hostage situation after a dispute with the ship's captain -- in a harbor off the country's coast Friday, an official with the activist organization sponsoring the vessel said.
Activists working to break Israel's siege of Gaza remained afloat in the Mediterranean Sea after their ship was taken over Thursday in Libya, an official with their organization said.
Two suspected militants were injured in Gaza Thursday after Israeli forces fired at them, Hamas security sources said.
A humanitarian convoy that includes passengers who survived a previous fatal flotilla incident arrived to a jubilant welcome in Gaza, the organization said Thursday.
A Gaza humanitarian convoy that includes passengers who survived a previous fatal flotilla incident has been further delayed in its attempt to deliver aid for Palestinians, organizers said Monday.
A Gaza humanitarian convoy that includes passengers who survived a previous fatal flotilla incident has been delayed and is expected to set sail Monday in an attempt to deliver aid for Palestinians, organizers said.
A Gaza humanitarian convoy that includes passengers who survived a previous fatal flotilla incident will set sail Sunday in an attempt to deliver aid for Palestinians, organizers said.
Survivors of a fatal Gaza aid flotilla incident are headed out again on another humanitarian convoy carrying aid for Palestinians that is set to depart this weekend, organizers said Thursday.
Two Israeli soldiers were convicted of ordering a 9-year-old boy to open bags they thought might be booby-trapped during Israel's incursion into Gaza nearly two years ago.
The Israeli navy took over an aid vessel that attempted to sail to Gaza on Tuesday despite a blockade to the occupied territory, a spokesman for the Israel Defense Forces said.
In August, CNN looked at the Israeli and UN probes into the confrontation aboard an aid ship bound for Gaza.
An Israeli airstrike on Gaza killed three Palestinian militants Monday night, Palestinian medical officials said.
An aid ship sponsored by Jewish activist organizations around the world continued toward Gaza on Monday, despite a blockade to the occupied territory.
An aid ship sponsored by Jewish activist organizations around the world set sail Sunday from Cyprus to Gaza, despite a blockade to the occupied territory.
A 20-year-old man was killed on Friday when Israeli naval forces opened fire on a Palestinian fishermen along the Gaza coast, Palestinian security and medical officials said.
A survivor of the fatal Gaza flotilla incident in May headed out Saturday on a new convoy to bring medical supplies to the Palestinian territory.
The Israeli air force struck a pair of weapons storage facilities in Gaza overnight, the military said Thursday.
Four Palestinians were injured, one critically, in a skirmish with Israeli soldiers in Gaza on Tuesday night, Palestinian security and medical sources said.
At least two people were killed after Israel targeted three tunnels in Gaza in airstrikes late Saturday night and early Sunday, Hamas officials said.
Israel targeted three tunnels in Gaza in air strikes late Saturday night and early Sunday after a rocket from Gaza landed in Israel, an Israel Defense Forces spokesman said.
Two mortars fired from Gaza early Tuesday lightly injured two Israeli soldiers, a military spokesman said.
A large explosion left 40 injured and destroyed the house of a Palestinian militant leader in central Gaza early Monday morning, authorities said.
A community center near Sderot, Israel, suffered significant damage after a rocket fired from Gaza hit the building.
Israel launched a series of airstrikes in Gaza starting late Friday in response to a rocket assault on Ashkelon earlier in the day.
The Israeli city of Ashkelon was hit by a rocket fired by Palestinian militants in Gaza early Friday, causing minor damage, but no injuries, the Israel Defense Forces spokesman said.
More than 7,200 children in Gaza dribbled their way to an unofficial record Thursday night at an airport in Rafah, officials from a United Nations agency said.
Israeli forces killed a Palestinian man and wounded five others in Gaza Wednesday, Gaza security and medical sources said.
Thirty-five truckloads of humanitarian aid from Libya began arriving in Gaza on Sunday, more than a week after a Libyan-backed ship set sail from Greece transporting the supplies, according to a spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces.
A Libyan backed ship carrying aid for Gaza remains docked in Egypt for a third day as workers separate the supplies.
Aid intended for Gaza that was unloaded from a Libyan-backed ship in northern Egypt was sitting in storage Saturday, awaiting transfer, according to the governor of North Sinai.
A Libyan-backed ship carrying humanitarian goods for Gaza docked Thursday at Al Arish in northern Egypt and unloaded tons of aid from the Gadhafi Foundation, a charity headed by the son of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.
The Libyan-backed ship carrying humanitarian goods for Gaza is headed to Egypt, a move that averts a showdown between Israel and the people on the vessel and generates more aid for the people in the beleaguered Palestinian land.
The executive director of the organization sending a Libyan-backed ship laden with humanitarian goods to Gaza -- in violation of an Israeli blockade -- said Tuesday that the ship's captain has no plans to alter course.
An Israeli soldier faces a manslaughter charge in the death of a Palestinian waving a white flag during a three-week incursion into Gaza, the Israeli military said Tuesday.
Humanitarian relief supplies carried by a flotilla of aid ships are finally arriving in Gaza, two months after a deadly confrontation at sea sparked an international response.
A group of 25 armed and masked men attacked and set fire to a U.N.-sponsored summer camp in Gaza on Monday morning, the U.N. Relief and Works Agency said.
Political bickering between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority resulted in a massive electricity shutdown over the weekend, leaving thousands of Palestinians without power in 90 degree temperatures, officials said.
Iran will not send a ship carrying humanitarian aid to Gaza as it had planned to do on Thursday, according to a report from the official news agency of Iran.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair talks to CNN about resolving the crisis to Gaza.