Gaza

Sarah Lazare, staff writer
Image from the deck of the Marianne of Gothenburg ship, which was intercepted by the Israeli Navy overnight. (Photo courtesy of Freedom Flotilla Coalition)
Global supporters still have not heard from the 18 people aboard the Marianne of Gothenburg, captured early Monday morning en route to Gaza.
Sarah Lazare, staff writer
Image from the deck of the Marianne of Gothenburg ship, which is participating in Freedom Flotilla III. (Photo courtesy of Freedom Flotilla Coalition)
More than three boats carrying over 50 people from at least 20 countries will...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
During a brief ceasefire, Palestinians dug through the rubble in Gaza to unearth those killed by the ongoing siege by Israel. (Photo: Iyad al Baba/Oxfam)
A widely-anticipated United Nations inquiry into the 2014 attack on Gaza...

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Job-like, Gazans get yet more bad news: Even as they squat in rubble and tents battling to keep their children alive - a fifth just froze to death - amidst cold, wet, wind, and food, fuel and power shortages, U.N. officials say a program to rebuild over 100,000 destroyed homes will end this month because ignoble world donors oblivious to their fate have reneged on funding promises. With a heartrending plea from those forgotten in Gaza, Syria, Lebanon: "We are slowly dying here."