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Thousands Expected to Protest NATO Summit
TEHRAN (FNA)- More than 20,000 people are expected to take to the streets of the German town of Baden-Baden and the French city of Strasbourg, both of them being venues for hosting NATO's 60th anniversary, to demonstrate against the western military alliance. ( 13:24:34 - 2009/01/10)

Former UK Minister Joins Non-Stop Vigil Until End of Gaza Attacks
TEHRAN (FNA)- Peace campaigners have stepped up their demonstrations in the UK against Israel's massacre of Palestinians by holding a non-stop vigil outside the British parliament until Israel withdraws from Gaza and ends its attacks. ( 18:34:11 - 2009/01/09)

Israel Pounding Gaza despite UN Ceasefire Call
TEHRAN (FNA)- Despite a UN call for an immediate cease-fire in Gaza, Israeli jets continue extensive bombardment of the Gaza Strip. ( 16:18:13 - 2009/01/09)

Photographic Evidence Shows Israel Firing Banned Chemicals against Gazans
TEHRAN (FNA)- Photographic evidence has emerged that proves that Israel has been using banned white phosphorus (WP) shells during its attacks on Gaza, despite official denials and a blanket ban on foreign journalists. ( 18:19:32 - 2009/01/08)

More Hamas Rockets Hit Southern Israel
TEHRAN (FNA)- Palestinian fighters fired half a dozen rockets into southern Israel as Gaza suffers more violence under the non-stop Israeli offensive. ( 18:18:26 - 2009/01/08)

Irish Parliamentarians Brand Israeli Slaughter as Outrage
TEHRAN (FNA)- Thirty-two Irish MPs and 10 senators signed a joint letter branding as an outrage Israel's continuing military strikes on Gaza. ( 18:17:09 - 2009/01/08)

Zionists Claim Rockets Hit Israel
TEHRAN (FNA)- Zionist sources on Thursday claimed that explosions have been heard in several parts of the occupied Palestine. ( 18:13:00 - 2009/01/08)

Red Cross: Israel Leaves Wounded to Die
TEHRAN (FNA)- Red Cross demanded immediate access into Gaza from Israel, after its aid workers ran into "shocking scenes" of weak children and dead mothers. ( 18:12:02 - 2009/01/08)

UN Human Rights Council Calls Emergency Meeting on Gaza
TEHRAN (FNA)- United Nations human Rights Council will hold an emergency meeting on Friday on Israeli bombardment of civilian targets in Gaza Strip, the Geneva-based body said on Wednesday. ( 17:35:02 - 2009/01/08)

Israel Continues Assault on Palestinians in Gaza
TEHRAN (FNA)- Israeli warplanes bombed Gaza Strip and its tanks pounded defenseless Palestinian in different parts of the city on Thursday. ( 17:19:00 - 2009/01/08)

Israeli Warplanes Carry 40 Air Strikes on Gaza Overnight
TEHRAN (FNA)- Israeli warplanes pounded at least 40 targets in Gaza overnight killing 29 more civilians including three children and eight women, according to medical workers. ( 16:35:00 - 2009/01/08)

Former British Minister Blasts US, UK Support for Israel
TEHRAN (FNA)- Former British defense minister Peter Kilfoyle condemned the pro-Israeli stance taken by the UK and US government in refusing to condemn the "senseless slaughter" of hundred of Palestinians in Gaza. ( 16:09:13 - 2009/01/08)

Venezuela Expels Israeli Envoy after Gaza Invasion
TEHRAN (FNA)- Venezuela's government expelled Israel's ambassador and said the country's leaders should be tried for war crimes after more than 670 Palestinians were killed by the Zionist regime's army in the Gaza Strip. ( 21:12:25 - 2009/01/07)

29 Houses Hit in Fresh Israeli Airstrikes
TEHRAN (FNA)- Hamas said fresh Israeli airstrikes targeted 29 houses in the Gaza Strip, adding that Palestinian fighters killed four more Israeli troops. ( 18:11:32 - 2009/01/06)

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