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Truck protest closes Gaza border crossing

Truck protest closes Gaza border crossing

Dozens of truck drivers prevented goods from entering the Gaza Strip from Israel on Tuesday in a day-long protest at the humanitarian situation in the Palestinian enclave.

Travel plea for conjoined twins in blockaded Gaza

Travel plea for conjoined twins in blockaded Gaza

The twins, whose condition Abu Hamda said was stable, have one shared leg, but separate hearts and lungs.

Hamas says ready to hand Gaza to a Palestinian unity government

Hamas says ready to hand Gaza to a Palestinian unity government

Hamas has agreed to dismantle the administration that runs Gaza, it said on Sunday, a major step towards handing control of the Palestinian enclave to a unity government after a decade of bitter rivalry with President Mahmoud Abbas.

Europe’s first rate hike may be here as Czech prices rebound

Europe’s first rate hike may be here as Czech prices rebound

The Czech Republic may kick off Europe’s monetary-tightening cycle this week, jumping ahead of its peers after three years of stimulus fuelled price growth that’s sputtered on the rest of the continent.

Israel cuts back Gaza electricity supplies

Israel cuts back Gaza electricity supplies

Israel on Monday began reducing electricity supplies to the Gaza Strip, despite warnings the move could increase suffering and tensions in the Palestinian enclave.

Thomas ignores tragedy, lost tooth to fire Boston

Thomas ignores tragedy, lost tooth to fire Boston

Isaiah Thomas shook off having a tooth knocked out and the heartache of his sister’s funeral to score 33 points Sunday, powering the Boston Celtics over Washington 123-111 in an NBA playoff game.

Israel hits Hamas after 'projectile' fired: army

Israel hits Hamas after 'projectile' fired: army

Israel struck a number of positions of Islamist movement Hamas in Gaza after a "projectile" fired from the Palestinian enclave on Monday hit a border area, the Israeli army said.

Execution protest: Building torched in Bahrain

Execution protest: Building torched in Bahrain

A municipal building was set ablaze overnight in Bahrain, the government said Monday, as fresh violence erupted over the executions of three convicted of a deadly bomb attack on police.

Israel hits Hamas post after rocket fire from Gaza

Israel hits Hamas post after rocket fire from Gaza

Israeli tank fire struck a Hamas post in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday after a rocket launched from the Palestinian enclave hit a nearby Israeli city, with no casualties reported on either side.

‘The longer ultras are really for the intelligent runner’

‘The longer ultras are really for the intelligent runner’

Sarah Whittington runs simply for the love of running, as a matter of fact her world revolves around running.

Record-equalling fourth gold for Biles

Record-equalling fourth gold for Biles

Simone Biles showed off her sassy moves and explosive tumbles on the floor exercise to win a record-equalling fourth gold at the Olympics yesterday.

Brexit discount makes London property cheaper, rents fall

Brexit discount makes London property cheaper, rents fall

Price cuts of nearly 20% and a drop in the value of the pound have created “Brexit discount” bargains on some of the most expensive homes in central London — if you have millions of pounds to spare.