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Sunday 24 September 2023 Dublin: 17°C

# Gaza

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Plaque to former Irish president of Israel taken down in Belfast
The removal of the memorial plaque follows attacks on the property.
Over 170 Irish academics sign petition for academic boycott of Israel
Academics for Palestine set up the petition earlier this year.
Gaza truce holds as talks turn to lifting blockade
The second day of the 72-hour truce was not breached, but gaps remain in talks.
Israeli Deputy Ambassador calls some Irish protesters an 'ignorant, anti-Semitic mob'
But she also had praise for the Irish government, and “those who defend Israel.”
Wounded Palestinians transferred to Turkey for treatment
A 72-hour ceasefire has held overnight which will allow talks to resume in Cairo.
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Today’s everyone’s talking about a new Gaza ceasefire, addicts in Dublin and the supermoon.
A new 72-hour ceasefire has been agreed in Gaza
The temporary truce was negotiated by Egypt.
Hillary Clinton is in no doubt who she blames for the deaths in Gaza
She offered a strong defence of Israel and said that criticism of the state has been “unfair”.
Palestianian 11-year-old shot dead in West Bank as Israel refuses to return to peace talks
“Israel will not engage in negotiations under fire,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.
Opinion: The Syrian Civil War has moved out of the limelight – and towards its endgame
Moderate rebels are being squeezed simultaneously by IS and Assad regime forces.
Weird Wide Web: Dating abandoned animals, a Gaza smartphone game and suing Facebook
All of your essential tech and social media news for the week in one byte-sized portion.
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
Everybody’s talking about Gaza protests, pay cut reversals and Irish rugby women marching on.
Up to 7,000 march as Dublin comes out in force to support Gaza
About 20,000 people also marched in London today.
Violence continues in Gaza with 30 air strikes, killing five Palestinians
The Palestinian interior ministry said Israeli jets destroyed three mosques, at least two of which were considered close to Hamas.
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Everyone’s talking about US strikes on Iraq, a new weather warning, and an Irish woman charged over baby death.
In pics: Talks in tatters as Gaza rocket fire and air strikes resume
Hamas rejected a proposed extension to the 72-hour ceasefire and a 12-year-old boy has already been killed since the fighting resumed.
Hamas rejects extension of ceasefire, but denies firing rockets
Israel says that two rockets were fired at the southern city of Ashkolon.
With six hours to go, no-one knows if the Gaza ceasefire will hold or not
“Right now there is uncertainty”.
Amnesty accuses Israeli army of "deliberate attacks" on Gaza health workers
The organisation says that it has received “harrowing descriptions” of the “utterly impossible situation”.
Israel and Hamas appear at odds over prolonging ceasefire
The Hamas deputy leader said, “There is no agreement to extend the ceasefire.”
Fragile Gaza ceasefire enters second day
Talks are due to take place in Cairo today aimed at securing a permanent ceasefire.
"They died for nothing": WW1 'revisionism' criticised
The Irish Anti-War movement have criticised ‘idealised’ versions of the First World War.
Protesters hold Israel boycott 'die-ins' at several Dublin stores
The group hit Tesco, M & S, and Smyths.
'I just don't agree with what's happening' - Gordon D'Arcy's support for Gaza
The international centre wants Ireland to show solidarity with the people of Gaza.
British minister quits Cabinet over Gaza
Sayeeda Warsi says she can no longer support the government’s policy in the Middle East.
Google pulls 'Bomb Gaza' game from app store after backlash
The Android game, which allows players to be the Israeli army and drop bombs on the city of Gaza, was removed from the Google Play store after complaints were made.
72-hour ceasefire in Gaza begins - moments after attacks from both sides
Just before it began, Hamas militants fired rockets at central Israel, while the Israeli air force staged five raids.
Eight-year-old Palestinian girl killed six minutes into Israeli-declared ceasefire
The strike came six minutes into a ceasefire and hit a refugee camp.
New Gaza conflict murals appear in Belfast
A child was killed by an Israeli air strike today – just minutes into an Israeli-declared truce.
Gaza waits as another ceasefire is declared
Israel announced the seven-hour ceasefire in all areas except Rafah.
UN chief says today's strike on a UN school is "a criminal act"
Israel says its operation is ‘changing gear’.
Israel announces death of missing soldier, while 12 die in air strikes on Gaza
Nine of the victims were killed in the southern town of Rafah and three other in central Gaza, the sources said.
Snapshot: Gordon D'Arcy among those in attendance at Gaza protests in Dublin
Ex-rugby player Trevor Hogan is also affiliated with the movement.
End in sight? Israel says it's safe to return to some parts of Gaza
While in Ireland, thousands rallied to protest against the conflict.
Hamas denies knowledge of captured soldier as US votes to fund Israel's Iron Dome
A short lived truce collapsed yesterday with 107 Palestinians killed.