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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Gaza

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Coveney calls for Israeli restraint after 16 Palestinians killed in clashes
Thousands of Gazans marched near the Israel border yesterday where Palestinian officials state Israeli soldiers opened fire.
12 dead after clashes erupt as thousands of Gazans march near Israel border
More than 1,200 were wounded by various means by Israeli forces.
Two Palestinian teenagers killed by Israeli fire, medics say
Four soldiers were also wounded in an apparent bomb attack on the border.
Simon Coveney: 'Gaza is slightly smaller than County Louth but nearly 2 million people live in it'
While in Gaza I saw the pressures on food, water and electricity, writes Tánaiste Simon Coveney.
Ireland pledges an additional half a million euro to Gaza refugees
The additional funding will be channelled through the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA).
British couple's message in a bottle reaches Gaza
They had thrown the bottle into the sea during a romantic holiday on the Greek island two months earlier.
Young footballers from Gaza arrive in Cork for Mardyke Arena game
The Gaza football academy struggles due to a lack of facilities, equipment and safe places to play.
Warm welcome for children from Gaza ahead of football tour around Ireland
The Gaza Kids to Ireland project aims to show solidarity with Gaza and raise awareness of the current climate in Palestine.
After 10 years of Hamas rule, Gaza deals with blackouts, poverty, and the constant threat of conflict
The Islamist movement marked 10 years in power in Gaza on Thursday, 15 June.
Hamas has significantly 'softened' its stance on Israel
The Palestinian organisation launched a new policy document today in which it steps back from calling for Israel’s ‘destruction’.
Christmas in Gaza: 'Mortars and missiles fly overhead; from Gaza into Israel, from Israel into Gaza'
Holiday cheer is tough to come by when you live in an open-air prison, writes Eoghan Rice.
Abbas: Those who speak of a two-state solution should recognise Palestine as a state
Israeli and Palestinian leaders clahsed at the UN today.
Palestinians are outraged at a donkey sale planned by the Israeli army
Palestinians say the army is trying to sell back the very animals it seized from them in the occupied West Bank’s Jordan Valley.
Two Israelis jailed for life for burning Palestinian teen alive
16-year-old Mohammed Abu Khdeir was snatched from the street and killed in 2014.
EU says products made in Jewish settlements can no longer have 'Made in Israel' label
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the EU should be ashamed, comparing the move to Nazi-era pratices.
Israel tensions rise after soldier shot at bus station
Police said a man, thought to be Palestinian, entered the bus station armed with a pistol and knife, killing the soldier and wounding 10 other people.
Israel kills six Palestinians as Hamas leader declares new war
The deaths come after several Israelis were stabbed earlier this week.
West Bank: Man rams car into pedestrians before being shot by Israeli troops
Elsewhere, four members of the same family have been killed in Gaza after a bomb from last summer’s war exploded.
"An onslaught, not a conflict": One year on, Dr Mads Gilbert on operating under siege in Gaza
“I don’t want to be muted. I want to speak up…”
Our silence over Gaza is taken as complicity
The Israeli bombardment of Gaza that started a year ago today – on 8th July – killed 2,200 Palestinians, including 556 children.
'I want to learn how to swim like a fish': Gaza children take photos of their life inside the city
Children from refugee camps were given cameras to document their day.
Israeli soldiers' testimony: 'The instructions were clear in Gaza - shoot anyone you see'
A group has published dozens of testimonies from Israeli soldiers who fought in Gaza, but the military is sceptical of the report.
"Empty words": Despite promises of help, 100,000 are still homeless in Gaza
A new report by 46 agencies lays bare the current situation.
A conversation with Robert Fisk
The world-renowned war correspondent was in Ireland this week. He spoke to about matters Irish and international, and why Vladimir Putin is his dream interviewee.
You'll be seeing billboards and bus ads about the State of Palestine from today
TDs from four main parties have supported the action.
Israel has punished Palestine by freezing bank accounts, leaving people penniless
Palestine applied to join the International Criminal Court, angering Israel.
'The Gaza blockade is radicalising young men'
Trocaire says that rebuilding after Operation Protective Edge has not begun.
Palestinian gets 3 life terms for murder of Israeli teenagers
Their deaths sparked a 50-day conflict in Gaza, in which more than 2,000 people were killed.
Israel warns of 'retaliatory steps' as Palestine signs up to International Criminal Court
Benjamin Netanyahu called Israel’s soldiers “the most moral army in the world”.
Palestinian resolution on Israel withdrawal rejected by UN Security Council
France and Luxembourg supported the Palestinians.
The 33 photographs that took our breath away this year
From Leaving Certificate students to George Clooney, here are the most striking photographs from 2014.
RTÉ wrong to describe killing of four boys on Gaza beach as "murder"
Someone complained to the BAI that use of the term was unfair.
Ireland could soon be the latest country to recognise the State of Palestine
Sinn Féin want the Government to change the State’s official position.
Today's top stories in 6 seconds
Don’t have time to mull over the news? Here’s everything you need to know.
Israel won't let Gerry Adams into Gaza
The Sinn Féin president was denied access by Israeli authorities.
No prosecution for Israel over flotilla raid despite 'reasonable belief of war crimes'
Israeli commandos stormed the ship in 2010, killing ten people.
Amnesty accused of being a "propaganda tool for Hamas" by Israel
The group says Israel showed a “shocking disregard for Gaza civilians”.
Hit and run rampage in Jerusalem leaves two dead in religious violence
A Palestinian man driving the van was shot dead by police.
Football can provide an escape for kids growing up in parts of the world ravaged by war and poverty
Former Irish football manager Brian Kerr is hoping Irish people get behind the Gaza Kids to Ireland project
Malala Yousafzai donates $50,000 prize money to help rebuild 65 schools in Gaza
The 17-year-old won the Nobel Peace Prize this month.