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Watch: IDF Sets Up Hospital for Gazans
As part of the IDF's commitment to minimizing civilian casualties, it has set up a field hospital capable of advanced medical treatment.



U.S. Jewish Organization Asks Erdogan to Give Back Award
American Jewish Congress asks Turkey's PM to return a 2004 courage award following his recent verbal attacks on Israel.



A-G Approves Criminal Investigation Against Zoabi
Attorney General approves criminal investigation against MK Hanin Zoabi on suspicion of incitement to violence.



Hamas, Israel Confirm 12-Hour Ceasefire
Israel and Hamas agree to a 12-hour ceasefire in Gaza starting at 8:00 a.m. Saturday.



Nasrallah Promises 'All Means of Support' to Gaza
Hezbollah chief promises to support Gaza, threatens Israel against expanding its offensive.



Report: Israel Agrees to 12-Hour Ceasefire
U.S. official says Israel has agreed to a 12-hour unilateral ceasefire, as Kerry says he will continue efforts to secure a ceasefire.



Air France to Resume Flights to Israel
Air France resumes flights to Tel Aviv after halting services to Israel earlier this week because of the Gaza conflict.



EU Calls for Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza
EU calls on Hamas and Israel "to agree to an immediate ceasefire based on the November 2012 ceasefire agreement."



Gaza Rocket Salvo Targets Southern and Central Israel
Gaza terrorists fire a salvo of rockets towards southern and central Israel, as Cabinet rejects Kerry's ceasefire.



Israel Rejects Kerry's Ceasefire Proposal
Cabinet unanimously votes to reject the ceasefire proposed by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

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BBC World News

Truce as deaths in Gaza pass 900
A 12-hour truce has begun in Gaza amid efforts to secure a longer ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, and as the scale of damage becomes clear.

Rape case stopped as judge 'asleep'
A judge is being investigated after being accused of falling asleep during a child rape trial at Manchester Crown Court.

Nigeria 'on red alert' over Ebola
All entries into Nigeria are placed on red alert after the authorities confirm the first death from the Ebola virus in the capital Lagos.

Man arrested over attack on boys
A 30-year-old man is arrested in connection with an assault on two teenagers in their home in Glasgow.

Hamilton top in final practice
Lewis Hamilton is in good shape to secure pole position at the Hungarian Grand Prix after setting the pace in final practice.

Australia deny England in netball
Australia beat England 49-48 in a tense finale to top Pool B in the netball competition.

More train disruption after storms
Rail passengers in parts of southern England and Wales face further travel problems after lightning strikes caused "major disruption" on Friday.

English councils propose 'Tesco tax'
A group of local councils in England is formally asking the government for new powers to tax large supermarkets, a plan dubbed the "Tesco tax".

Gas firm obtains quarry injunction
A company which plans to use fracking to extract natural gas in County Fermanagh gets a High Court injunction to prevent unlawful access to a quarry.

Tunnock's teacakes sales 'soar'
Sales of Tunnock's teacakes have soared after they featured in the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games, a supermarket has said.

Gymnast Jones wins three more medals
Rhythmic gymnast Frankie Jones secures three more silver medals at the Commonwealth Games with team-mate Laura Halford getting a bronze.

Fury withdraws from Ustinov fight
Heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury pulls out of Saturday's fight with Alexander Ustinov after his uncle falls seriously ill.

Huge Commonwealth flotilla for Games
The largest flotilla ever seen on the River Clyde sails from Greenock to Glasgow as part of the city's Commonwealth Games celebrations.

Thousands expected to greet Giants
Thousands of people are expected to line the streets of Liverpool for the second day of a giant marionette show commemorating the outbreak of World War One.

Cook should resign - Pietersen
Kevin Pietersen says England captain Alastair Cook should resign as he "does not have the tactical brain to lead the side".

Carron speaks at hunger strike event
One of the most high profile of the so-called "On The Runs", Owen Carron, speaks at an event to commemorate the 33rd anniversary of the hunger strikes in the Republic of Ireland.

AUDIO: 'Heroin was a way to not face reality'
Former heroin addict Lisa Bryer tells Today programme presenter John Humphrys about her experiences with drugs and her recovery process.

AUDIO: Should men ever wear shorts at work?
Stella editor Anna Murphy and the BBC's Simon Jack debate men, shorts and work.

Isis 'may be on UN war crimes list'
Fighters from the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isis) may be added to a list of war crimes suspects in Syria, a UN investigator says.

VIDEO: Athletes' ten day journey to Games
The team of athletes from the remote Atlantic island of St Helena had an epic, ten day journey to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

VIDEO: CBeebies goes classical at Proms
The BBC Philharmonic is staging the first ever Cbeebies event at the Proms.

Friends widen missing man Crete hunt
Friends of a 73-year-old Denbigh man missing in Crete say they remain hopeful of a lead as they mount their own search on the island.

Game of Thrones adds new characters
New additions for season five are announced at Comic Con event in San Diego.

'Plundered treasure' back at graves
Treasure that was plundered from the historic Sutton Hoo burial mounds is returned to the site in the form of a replica.

Fewer 'nimbys' and 'poor doors' - papers
Different trends affecting the housing market are reported on some of Saturday's front pages, while the papers reflect on positive economic news.

VIDEO: Russia angry at US 'smear campaign'
Russia has accused the United States of conducting a 'smear campaign' over its alleged involvement in the Ukraine conflict, as the European Union expands its blacklist of Russian individuals and organisations.

US 'will send migrant youths home'
President Obama says undocumented immigrant children without legal claims to be in the US will be sent home, as he meets Central American leaders.

Tedium, tragedy and tar: The slowest drops in science
Tedium, tragedy and tar: the slowest drops in science

Preventing injury and illness in athletes
Preventing injury and illness in athletes

Russia angry at US 'smear campaign'
Russia's foreign ministry rejects accusations from the US that its troops have been firing on Ukrainian soldiers from within Russia.

Authors and actors revive cricket rivalry
Are authors or actors better at cricket?

The tragic coffin prank
The coffin prank that frightened a girl to death

'New virus' discovered in human gut
Scientists say they have stumbled upon a common virus that has never been described before.

The man serving life for marijuana
The man serving a life sentence for marijuana

Brains, beauty and brawn: Meet England's power couple
How weightlifting brought together a lover of ancient Greek myths and a Latin-dancing beauty queen.

The most important battle you've probably never heard of
The most important battle you have probably never heard of

Peru to auction Montesinos jewels
The Peruvian government is to sell dozens of gold watches and diamond-encrusted cufflinks seized from disgraced ex-spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos.

Legend's first race car up for sale
Racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart's first ever race car is being put up for auction, with an estimate of £35,000-£50,000.

Buyers' peril from rising house prices
'Rising house prices left me high and dry - twice!'

VIDEO: Malevich's revolutionary art in London
A new exhibition exploring the revolutionary work of Russian artist Kazimir Malevich on display at London’s Tate Modern.

CAR rebel leader rejects ceasefire
Seleka rebels in the Central African Republic reject a ceasefire deal and demand the country be partitioned between Muslims and Christians.

Butler 'crushed to death by lift'
Police investigate the death of a butler who was fatally injured while working at a Tudor mansion in Lincolnshire.

VIDEO: Liverpool welcomes WW1 giant puppets
Thousands of people have lined Liverpool's streets to welcome three giant marionettes, which will tell the story of the city during World War One.

VIDEO: Gaza baby delivered from dead mother
A premature baby has been delivered from a woman killed in a Israeli airstrike on Gaza.

Secret Cinema cancels weekend shows
Thousands of ticket-holders are left disappointed as "immersive" outdoor screenings of Back To The Future are cancelled by organiser Secret Cinema.

US manhunt for tuberculosis patient
Authorities in California search for a fugitive homeless man who has refused treatment for tuberculosis and may be contagious.

Brazil frees up $13bn for economy
In a bid to stimulate the sluggish economy, the Brazilian central bank announces plans to reduce the amount commercial banks have to keep in reserve.

Playgrounds squeezed in places crush
Many schools are building new classrooms on outside space to accommodate a growing number of pupils.

'No survivors' in Air Algerie crash
There are no survivors from the Air Algerie AH5017 passenger jet that crashed in Mali, says the French President, Francois Hollande.

AUDIO: Lloyd Webber: Music comps are 'a fix'
Cellist Julian Lloyd Webber has advised aspiring musicians to avoid music competitions because "they are fixed".

Dutch and Australians in MH17 talks
The Netherlands and Australia seek access to the rebel-controlled crash site of MH17 in eastern Ukraine as more bodies arrive in Eindhoven.

10 things we didn't know last week
Dogs get jealous, and nine more nuggets from the week's news

American reporter held in Iran
An American reporter for the Washington Post, his wife and two other US journalists have been detained in Tehran, an Iranian official confirms.

Go Figure: The week in numbers
The week in numbers with our Go Figure images.

Weekendish: Sex and sports hybrids
Some of the best reads from the BBC News website this week, with your comments.

High-speed train links Turkey cities
Turkey inaugurates a high-speed rail link between Istanbul and Ankara, slashing by half the seven-hour journey time between the two cities.

Miliband: I can't beat PM on image
Ed Miliband hits back at critics of his image and leadership style, insisting voters want "big ideas" not photo opportunities.

BSkyB pays £5bn to create Sky Europe
BSkyB wants to take over Rupert Murdoch's pay TV companies in Germany and Italy in a move that would create a company with 20 million European viewers.

Week in pictures: 19-25 July 2014
Selection of the best news photos from around the world

Could bulk-buying save NHS pounds?
Could bulk-buying save NHS pounds?

UK economy back at pre-crisis level
The UK economy grew 0.8% in the second quarter and has now recovered the ground lost since the downturn began in 2008, according to official figures.

Farewell to the mother of all depressions
Farewell to the mother of all depressions

VIDEO: 'Passion' is the key to good blogging
The BBC's Sameer Hashmi talks to the woman behind the successful Bollywood blog MissMalini.com.

Wikipedia blocks US Congress edits
Administrators have imposed a ban on Wikipedia alterations from the US House of Representatives, following "persistent disruptive editing".

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

BSkyB – James Murdoch’s master plan comes closer to fruition
James Murdoch’s master plan comes closer to fruition

VIDEO: Illegal child migration to US soars
In the last eight months alone, nearly 60,000 children have crossed the border illegally into the United States, in the hope of a better life.

VIDEO: 'Flying' car destroys upstairs wall
A car has smashed into the first floor of a house in Lincolnshire, after careering off the road.

One-shot cancer therapy gets NHS nod
A pioneering breast cancer treatment that replaces weeks of radiotherapy with a single, targeted shot is set to be offered on the NHS.

Australia brings asylum group ashore
A group of 157 asylum seekers held at sea will be brought to the Australian mainland to be detained, the immigration minister says.

VIDEO: Left behind in 'dead' Ukraine city
The BBC's Natalia Antelava speaks to residents in the city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, the last stronghold of pro-Russian separatists, to gauge how the conflict is affecting their lives.

VIDEO: 'Fluffy' dinosaur theory sparks debate
All dinosaurs were covered with feathers or had the potential to grow feathers, a study published in the journal, Science, suggests.

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

VIDEO: Wreckage of Algeria plane found
The wreck of a plane that disappeared with 116 people on board on a flight from Burkina Faso to Algiers has been found in Mali, officials say.

Wildlife loss link to child slavery
New research suggests that the global reduction in wildlife is connected to an increase in human trafficking and child slavery.

Charges over Mexico children's home
A Mexican federal judge charges six employees of a children's home at the heart of an abuse scandal in the city of Zamora.

VIDEO: Yoga all at sea
SUP yoga, or stand up paddleboard yoga, involves most of the moves of normal yoga, but is done on a paddleboard in the water.

UN sends 'unofficial' aid to Syria
The first UN aid shipment to Syria delivered without the consent of the government has arrived in the north of the country.

VIDEO: Mark Hamill on new Star Wars
Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker more than 30 years ago, has said it feels like an "unexpected gift" to be back on a Star Wars set.

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

VIDEO: UK 'disappointed' no Gaza ceasefire
The Foreign Secretary, Phillip Hammond, has said he is "disappointed" that Hamas has rejected a ceasefire proposal aimed at easing the conflict in Gaza.

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

VIDEO: How to build and fly your own drone
Personal aerial drones that take pictures could soon become a lot more common, thanks to a new invention.

VIDEO: Seals 'stressed' by warming seas
Warming seas are reducing the food supply for Antarctic seals, say researchers.

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

VIDEO: Student texts make fly on wall TV show
BBC Click's Spencer Kelly goes behind the scenes of the TV programme The Secret Lives of Students.

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

In pictures: Royal first birthdays
A long line of royal baby photos
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