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Israel Blocks Aid to Wounded in Gaza
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas said Tel Aviv has prevented an emergency vehicle from aiding those injured in attacks on the Gaza Strip. ( 14:32:56 - 2009/01/13)



Israelis Facing Strong Palestinian Resistance
TEHRAN (FNA)- As Israeli troops are entering into the Gaza Strip, they have encountered strong confrontation from Palestinian resistance forces. ( 15:46:45 - 2009/01/12)



Hamas Mulling over Egyptian Proposal
TEHRAN (FNA)- Hamas representative in Lebanon Osama Hamdan said parts of the Egyptian proposal for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip are not agreeable. ( 15:45:54 - 2009/01/12)



Israel Hits Children's Hospital
TEHRAN (FNA)- Israeli forces attacked a children's hospital in Gaza in a fourth day of attacks after a UN Security Council call for ceasefire. ( 15:15:33 - 2009/01/12)



Israel Fails to Capture Gaza City
TEHRAN (FNA)- Israeli forces failed to capture Gaza City despite sending thousands of reserve soldiers to invade the city on Sunday. ( 14:48:43 - 2009/01/12)



Somali Pirates Drown with Ransom
TEHRAN (FNA)- Six members of a group of Somali pirates who hijacked and later released a Saudi-owned oil tanker are reported to have drowned along with their share of a $3m ransom. ( 18:50:48 - 2009/01/11)



Hamas Rockets Still Hit Israeli Targets
TEHRAN (FNA)- Palestinian fighters fired more rockets from the Gaza Strip into Israel on the 16th day of Israeli incursion into the besieged region. ( 16:37:26 - 2009/01/11)



London Seeks to Soothe Muslim Anger over UK's Pro-Israel Policy
TEHRAN (FNA)- British Foreign Secretary David Miliband in an unprecedented move wrote a letter to British Muslim leaders to placate criticism about the UK's policy in refusing to condemn Israel's massacre of nearly 900 Palestinians in Gaza. ( 16:36:52 - 2009/01/11)



Israel Continues Massacre of Civilian Palestinians
TEHRAN (FNA)- At least seven Palestinian civilians, four of whom were children, have been killed in an Israeli attack in the north of the Gaza Strip. ( 16:36:08 - 2009/01/11)



Human Rights Watch Slams Israel for Massacring Civilians
TEHRAN (FNA)- Israel has come under increasing international criticism for the growing number of civilian casualties of its attacks and for complicating efforts by aid and rights groups to help those caught in the cross-fire. ( 16:20:34 - 2009/01/11)



Red Cross Warns of Worsening Situation in Gaza
TEHRAN (FNA)- The International Committee of the Red Cross warns of a deteriorating situation in Gaza as Israel continues its military campaign in the region. ( 16:19:17 - 2009/01/11)



Eight Family Members Killed in Gaza
TEHRAN (FNA)- Palestinian medics and witnesses said that eight members of a Palestinian family, including a 12-year-old, were killed on Saturday by Israeli army in Jabaliya. ( 15:55:08 - 2009/01/11)



Fierce Fighting Underway East of Gaza City
TEHRAN (FNA)- Heavy fighting is underway east of Gaza City where Hamas fighters fired anti-tank missiles and mortar bombs at advancing Israeli forces who responded with tank shells and air strikes. ( 15:50:45 - 2009/01/11)



Hamas Leader: Palestinian Resistance to Continue till Victory
TEHRAN (FNA)- Head of the Political Bureau of Palestinian resistance movement, Hamas Khaled Mash'al said in a live TV address Saturday night that Palestinian nation's resistance against usurper Zionist regime will continue till achieving victory. ( 15:40:12 - 2009/01/11)



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