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'This Is Not Yet Over,' Netanyahu Says, After Israel Hits Urban Areas Of Gaza
05/14/2021 5:40 PM
Some of the most intense attacks hit the Gaza Strip Thursday night. But the clashes also brought large protests in the occupied West Bank ? where at least 10 people reportedly died.
'An Embarrassing Time': The Challenges For Arab Nations That Made Peace With Israel
05/14/2021 5:36 PM
"This is an embarrassing time for Gulf countries," says political scientist Bessma Momani. "Ultimately, they gave Israel a normalization deal, but didn't really extract anything for the Palestinians."
PHOTOS: Vaccine History Repeats Itself ? Sometimes
05/14/2021 5:14 PM
From the first vaccine (for smallpox) the questions have been the same. How do we transport it? Who's next to get it? Why so much hesitancy? The answers can be similar ? or dramatically different.
'Creating The Enemy Of The Future': How 2 Palestinians See The Clash With Israel
05/14/2021 3:54 PM
"This kind of escalation intensifies the hate, helps the radicals," an analyst who lives in Gaza says as Israel and Hamas launch attacks at each other.
Opposition To Olympics In Japan Becomes More Organized, Vehement
05/14/2021 3:33 PM
The Japanese government remains adamant that the games will proceed as planned, even as local governments and protestors express rising concern about hosting the event during the pandemic.
Palestinian Perspective: What The Conflict With Israel Looks Like From Gaza
05/14/2021 11:24 AM
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Omar Shaban, founder of a Gaza-based think tank, and Palestinian lawyer Diana Buttu, about how this cycle of Palestinian-Israeli violence plays out in their neighborhoods.
What The Conflict With Israel Looks Like To 2 Palestinians
05/14/2021 11:24 AM
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Omar Shaban, founder of a Gaza-based think tank, and Palestinian lawyer Diana Buttu, about how this cycle of Palestinian-Israeli violence plays out in their neighborhoods.
Casualties Mount As Violence Intensifies Between Hamas, Israel
05/14/2021 11:23 AM
Israel has called up more troops and launched its heaviest assault yet along the Gaza border. Seven people in Israel have been killed. Losses are much higher on the Palestinian side.
Months Before Japan's Olympic Games, More Pandemic Concerns Are Raised
05/14/2021 9:08 AM
There is growing anger in Japan that the government is pressing ahead with this summer's Olympic games ? as COVID-19 cases continue to rise there.
U.S. Is Concerned By The Direction President Bukele Is Taking El Salvador
05/14/2021 9:08 AM
El Salvador's President Niyib Bukele says he was just cleaning out a corrupt house when he removed five supreme court judges and the country's attorney general. The U.S. says it was a power grab.
Fearing Taliban Retribution, Afghans Who Worked For U.S. Seek Visas
05/14/2021 9:08 AM
As American troops withdraw from Afghanistan, thousands of Afghans who worked for the U.S. over the years fear Taliban retaliation, and are eager to get visas to the United States.
Chinese Billionaire Arrested And Business Seized By State
05/13/2021 8:26 PM
A utopian agricultural entrepreneur in China has been arrested and his businesses seized by the state as part of an effort to bring the country's entrepreneurs under Communist Party control.
Arab Countries Uneasy About Recently Opened Relations With Israel Amid Conflict
05/13/2021 8:22 PM
Arab countries that were opening relations with Israel are watching its air strikes in Gaza anxiously worrying they'll be seen as abandoning the Palestinians.
Southeast Asia Hit By COVID-19 Outbreaks After Being Largely Spared By The Pandemic
05/13/2021 8:12 PM
For over a year, mainland Southeast Asia was largely spared from the COVID-19 pandemic. Not anymore. Recent outbreaks in Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand are infecting and killing more than ever before.
Muslims Mark End Of Ramadan, But COVID Subdues Celebrations For A Second Year
05/13/2021 4:54 PM
Some 1.8 billion faithful around the world are marking Eid al-Fitr, but in many places, COVID-19 restrictions and concerns over the spread of virus were putting a damper on festivities.





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