Operation Protective Edge
This tunnel — equipped with an air supply system, electricity, and a rail track designed to excavate rubble — was destroyed by the IDF. But the military believe that there are probably more.
Tens of thousands of homes were destroyed in the conflict, leaving 100,000 people homeless. Gazans continue to live amid rubble that serves as an everyday reminder of the war.
The Israeli military and other critics of interviews that suggest potential war crimes in Gaza last summer argue that they are unverifiable, misleading, and out of context.
An Amnesty International Reports Concludes That Palestinian Armed Groups Committed War Crimes in Gaza Last Summer During Operation Protective Edge
The human rights watchdog believes the number of civilian and child casualties reveals that Israeli forces hardly tried to avoid the deaths of non-combatants.
The Temple Institute is crowd funding the design of a "Third Temple" on Jerusalem's contested Temple Mount — but critics says that's illegal.
A Palestinian man drove an excavator into an empty bus, killing a pedestrian, before an IDF soldier was shot in a separate incident.
Two Israeli soldiers were killed Friday and a third was captured amid a planned three-day ceasefire that lasted less than two hours.
Israel’s military offensive, Operation Protective Edge, is now in its fourth week. More than 1,200 Palestinians and 50 Israelis have been killed, and the fighting shows little sign of letting up. VICE News sifts through the rubble in Gaza.
Residents climbed through mountains of rubble that bore little resemblance to the neighborhoods they once called home.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to ramp up military operations in Gaza Monday despite mounting casualties on both sides.