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Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

Hamas Breaks Humanitarian Ceasefire
Israel, Hamas officially accept US, UN ceasefire proposal - which only holds for two hours.



Tzohar Calls on Diaspora Communities to Fly Israeli Flag
Rabbi David Stav, Tzohar chairman, calls on global support for Israel - both abroad and by visiting the Jewish state.



Reservists in Judea-Samaria Prepare for Long-Term Deployment
Motivation is very high for reservists called up to replace elite units in Judea-Samaria, officer says - thanks to public support.



Security Forces Mobilized in Jerusalem as Unrest Builds
Rioting overnight, Hamas calls for 'Day of Rage' prompts crackdown on terrorism in the capital Temple Mount access restricted.



US to Pressure Israel, Hamas into Extending Truce
Deputy Secretary of State William Burns to travel to Cairo, push for extension of 72-hour 'humanitarian ceasefire' in Gaza.



IDF Attacks 120 Terror Targets Overnight
Targets include Islamic Jihad operations room, key rocket launchers soldiers wait on the ready in event ceasefire breaks.



Thousands Attend Pro-Israel Rally in Paris
Paris Jewish community holds first major pro-Israel rally since the start of Operation Protective Edge.



Egypt Invites Israel and PA for Truce Talks
Egypt invites Israel and the Palestinian Authority to send delegates to Cairo for truce talks, after both sides agreed to ceasefire.



Watch: Arutz Sheva TV's Daily Edition
U.S.-U.N. ceasefire deal. Washington has more questions. More Tanach learning. Singers meet wounded soldiers.



Five Soldiers Killed Near the Border with Gaza
Five soldiers killed by mortars and rockets fired at them near the border. 61 soldiers killed so far in Operation Protective Edge.

Current World Events - BBC News

BBC World News

BBC World News

Rebels ambush convoy in east Ukraine
Separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine ambush a government troop column, killing at least 10 soldiers, close to the site where flight MH17 crashed.

Multiple Taiwan gas blasts kill 25
A series of gas explosions in the southern Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung kills at least 25 people and injures about 267 others.

Israel and Hamas truce under way
Israel and Hamas begin an unconditional 72-hour ceasefire after 24 days of fighting, as talks on a more permanent truce are due in Cairo.

Cheltenham Banksy artwork defaced
A Banksy artwork painted on the wall of a house in Cheltenham, which was at the centre of a row over its removal, has been defaced.

Bank of Ireland makes £259m profit
Bank of Ireland announces it made a pre-tax profit of 327m euros (£259m) over the past six months and its Northern Ireland business is now profitable again.

Witness help plea in neglect inquiry
Families who think loved ones were neglected in care homes in south Wales are urged to give evidence to an independent review.

BA owner IAG moves into profit
British Airways owner IAG moves into profit for the first half of 2014 after an improved performance by its Iberia airline business.

Military dominates Thai legislature
Thailand's junta appoints an interim legislature of 200 people that will pick the prime minister, with many from the military or police.

Child savours Games silver medal
Scottish hurdler Eilidh Child says winning silver at Glasgow 2014 is "one of the best moments" of her career.

Games cyclist tested for Ebola
An athlete competing at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow has tested negative for Ebola, organisers confirm.

PM in '£2m' pledge after pier fire
Eastbourne is to get a boost of up to £2m following a fire that left the former arcade on the town's pier a charred shell, Downing Street has said.

Muhammad Ali gloves fetch $400,000
The gloves worn by boxer Muhammad Ali during the "Fight of the Century" against Joe Frazier have been sold for nearly $400,000.

VIDEO: Multiple Taiwan gas blasts kill 24
Taiwan gas blasts in Kaohsiung kill at least 24

Child asylum seekers at 'great risk'
Lone child asylum seekers are at great risk of harm or being exploited, the Welsh Refugee Council warns.

DNA project 'to make UK world leader'
A project aiming to revolutionise medicine by unlocking the secrets of DNA is under way in centres across England.

Hopes 'bleak' for landslide missing
Officials say hopes of finding any more survivors from a landslide that buried a village are fading, as the number of bodies found passes 50.

'Genetic revolution' on front pages
The announcement of £300m in funding for a plan to map DNA profiles in a bid to fight health problems such as cancer features in several papers.

Tax workers to hold one-day strike
Tax workers in Northern Ireland are set to stage a one-day strike in an ongoing dispute over job cuts.

Kincora abuse probe 'stopped by MI5'
A former army intelligence officer says he was ordered to stop investigating allegations of child sexual abuse at a Belfast boys' home in the 1970s.

Xinjiang imam murder 'suspects shot'
Police have shot dead two suspects in the killing of the imam of China's largest mosque and captured another, state media say.

Ebola victim heads to US hospital
A hospital in Atlanta is preparing to receive a US aid worker infected with the deadly Ebola virus while working in West Africa.

Ten coastal towns awarded £8.5m
Ten coastal towns get £8.5m Government cash that will create nearly 1,400 jobs and help areas damaged by storms.

The boy 'trafficked for paedophiles'
Trapped for years in a subculture of paedophiles

Sudan 'apostasy' woman arrives in US
A woman who fled Sudan after being spared a death sentence for renouncing Islam has arrived in the US state of New Hampshire to start a new life.

VIDEO: Poodling along in the gymnasium
A new gymnasium exclusively for dogs has opened up in Alexandria, Virginia.

Sassoon war diaries published online
Twenty-three journals belonging to the war poet Siegfried Sassoon, many written in the trenches, are being published online for the first time.

Kenyan unity lessons for Afghan rivals
Raila Odinga's advice to feuding Afghan rivals

Three Britons die in Croatia crash
Three Britons, including two children, were killed after their car was involved in a crash with a truck in Croatia, local police say.

Exam body to check 'extra help' data
The exams regulator Ofqual is to collect information on how many private school students receive extra time in exams, compared with state pupils.

What is it like being Usain Bolt?
Adulation, glory, 'selfie' requests - the life of a sprint superstar

Quiz of the week's news
Which Star Wars character was banned from a passport?

America's 'inexorably' botched executions
America's long history of executions that go wrong

Is it ever acceptable to wear sunglasses indoors?
Is it ever acceptable to wear sunglasses indoors?

VIDEO: Last of the scissor makers
The last men making scissors the traditional way

World War One battlefields 100 years on
World War One battlefields, 100 years on

The 'Flying Sikh' who won India's first Commonwealth gold
How an unknown runner won India's first Commonwealth gold

Appeal over CBBC actor's killing
Police hunting for a man wanted over the stabbing of a children's TV actor offer a £10,000 reward for information leading to his arrest and prosecution.

VIDEO: Are Rudolf Steiner's ideas working?
Newsnight has learned that complaints were made to the Department for Education about some privately funded Steiner schools.

VIDEO: Indonesia's new rich spend it big
Wealth and growing inequality in Indonesian capital Jakarta

VIDEO: Immersive cinema: Is this the future?
Newsnight reports on the growing popularity of immersive entertainment.

VIDEO: Who are the children fleeing to the US border?
New data from the Pew Research center shows that children 12 and under are coming to the US in droves

Whistleblowers often victimised - MPs
The treatment of employees in public services who raise concerns about wrongdoing is often "shocking", a group of MPs says.

'Draconian' Russian net law enacted
A new law imposing restrictions on bloggers and social media users has come into effect in Russia.

How do you get your face on the dollar?
The US is debating putting a woman's face on the US dollar. How does it happen?

Switching broadband is 'too costly'
Tens of thousands of broadband customers in the UK are having to pay "costly" charges to change supplier, Citizens Advice warns.

Argentina blames US for debt default
Argentina blames the US for its default, calling the mediator in debt negotiations which ended in failure "incompetent".

Glasgow 2014 day-by-day guide
Your essential guide to the must-see moments in the Commonwealth Games and a look at some of the biggest stars on show.

Broods: New Zealand's next pop export
Meet New Zealand's next big musical exports

The inside story of the great Southampton sell-off
Broken pacts, discontent and a silent owner - sports reporter Ben Smith on the background to Saints' £92m player sale.

From headline act to supporting role
Is there still a place for trailblazer and television star Louis Smith, after being beaten by the gymnasts he inspired?

Tory disquiet over Israel action
Conservative MPs put pressure on David Cameron to take a more robust stance with Israel over its actions in Gaza.

Ukraine crisis creates UK tensions
Ukraine crisis creating high-level UK tensions, Mark Urban writes

Make-up 'godfather' Dick Smith dies
Oscar-winning make-up artist Dick Smith, who memorably transformed Marlon Brando into Vito Corleone in The Godfather, has died aged 92.

WHO sounds alarm over W Africa Ebola
The World Health Organization and presidents of West African nations affected by the Ebola outbreak are to announce a joint $100m response plan.

US ex-governor's wife 'sought gifts'
The star witness in the corruption trial of Virginia ex-governor Bob McDonnell says the ex-first lady sought gifts in return for business help.

Hat-trick of golds for England gymnasts
England gymnasts Max Whitlock and Claudia Fragapane both win their third Commonwealth Games gold medals in Glasgow.

Amos beats Rudisha to 800m gold
Nijel Amos produces a stunning run down the final straight to beat David Rudisha to 800m Commonwealth gold.

Greeks cleared of shooting migrants
The owner and head foreman of a farm in southern Greece are cleared over the shooting and wounding of a group of Bangladeshi migrant workers.

VIDEO: Tory MP: World won't tolerate deaths
The Israeli bombardment of Gaza "is wrong" and has "no justification in terms of results", a Tory MP has said.

Filipinos urged to leave Libya
A top diplomat from the Philippines is to oversee the evacuation of 13,000 citizens from Libya after a Filipino worker was beheaded and a nurse raped.

VIDEO: Rare contact with remote Amazon tribe
A group of previously isolated indigenous people from the Amazon has come face to face with a settled community of villagers for the first time in the Brazilian state of Acre, according to authorities.

Goalkeepers' penalty 'flaw' revealed
Goalkeepers in penalty shoot-outs make a predictable error that could influence the outcome of the game according to new research.

VIDEO: Footage captures power station fire
A fire has broken out at Ferrybridge power station, near Castleford.

Israeli Iron Dome firms 'hacked'
The BBC has seen evidence that appears to confirm hackers stole secret military documents from two Israeli government-owned companies.

VIDEO: More handlers to tackle Gatwick bags
Gatwick Airport is bringing in extra staff of its own to handle baggage following chaotic scenes last weekend, when passengers were left waiting for up to three hours for luggage.

Assaults on teachers top 90 a day
There were over 90 assaults on teachers by pupils in England each school day last year, official figures show.

Cook relieved by England victory
Alastair Cook says the win over India in the third Test has eased the pressure on him to resign as England captain.

What happens to burned piers?
Eastbourne Pier has been badly damaged by fire. What might happen next?

Italy in Europe-wide mafia crackdown
Italian police secure the arrest of members of a mafia clan across Europe - with information from a woman once held as a virtual prisoner by the clan.

VIDEO: Underwater art exhibition in Italy
An exhibition of photographs is taking place underwater off an Italian island.

VIDEO: The rise and rise of video blogs
Members of the 'millennial generation' are finding ways to earn a living from skills they learned not at school, but on social media.

Mexico migrants' train deal reached
The US, Mexico and Guatemala will establish more checkpoints along the route of a freight train to prevent migrants from boarding it, Guatemala says.

VIDEO: Daylight reveals gutted Eastbourne pier
Fire crews have saved two thirds of Eastbourne Pier after fire destroyed part of the structure, leaving a metal skeleton.

VIDEO: Mysterious miracle? Crop circle draws crowds
A giant crop circle which apparently appeared out of nowhere, has drawn crowds of people to a farmer's field in Bavaria, southern Germany.

VIDEO: Gaza families 'can't outrun this war'
The BBC's Martin Patience reports from Gaza, where Palestinians continue to seek shelter in a UN-run school despite a shelling which killed 16 people.

VIDEO: Fighting hampers MH17 investigation
Heavy fighting between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russia rebels around Donetsk has prevented international experts from reaching the MH17 plane crash site.

VIDEO: What was in WW1 British soldier's kit?
Military historian Andy Robertshaw talks through the uniform worn by soldiers in the British Expeditionary Force at the start of World War One.

AUDIO: Why the Moon is shaped like a lemon
Professor of planetary sciences Ian Garrick-Bethell explains what gave the Moon its unusually distorted shape.

VIDEO: Broads-view opens up Norfolk waterways
The Norfolk Broads will soon be available for virtual navigation thanks to a novel aquatic equivalent of Google's Streetview technology

VIDEO: Sun bracelet measures UV exposure
The BBC's Dougal Shaw tests out a digital bracelet designed to help people avoid getting too much sun exposure.

Turkey PM to return US Jewish award
A row over Israel prompts Turkey's PM Erdogan to return an award he received in 2004 from the American Jewish Congress.

Week in pictures: 19-25 July 2014
News photos from around the world

Day in pictures: 25 July 2014
24 hours of news photos: 25 July

A community's tales
Sound-portraits of the residents of Carrick-on-Suir

'Hidden' photos reveal library build
'Hidden' images reveal Cambridge's University Library

Your pictures: Cycling
Readers' photos on the theme of "cycling"

Taiwan plane crash: In pictures
TransAsia Airways plane crashes in Taiwan

Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas
Concept designs by famous manufacturers on show in US

VIDEO: House of Commons
Israel's response to rocket attacks must be "proportionate", insists a minister.

Prince George's first year
Prince George's first year
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