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Gaza Strip: Truce Agreed for a Permanent Ceasefire

Gaza Strip: Truce Agreed for a Permanent Ceasefire

Both sides in Gaza Strip conflict agreed to a truce today, as well as an agreement for a permanent ceasefire. After almost seven weeks of fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants operating from the Gaza Strip, hostilities have now officially stopped. Gazans erupted in delight and shot off fireworks while Israelis took satisfaction in a […]

World News: GLV Daily Digest for August 25, 2014

World News: GLV Daily Digest for August 25, 2014

The world news daily digest from Guardian Liberty Voice for August 25, 2014 covers stories around the globe. Ebola spreads to Democratic Republic of Congo, while a doctor in Liberia is dead despite receiving a dose of the promising drug. An American journalist captured by a Syrian terrorist group two years ago, was freed on Sunday. […]

Gaza Strip: Airstrike Kills Terror Fund Official

Gaza Strip: Airstrike Kills Terror Fund Official

Israel continued its campaign of targeting Hamas leadership in the Gaza Strip Sunday, with an airstrike killing a top financial official, one who was said to be responsible “terror fund transactions.” The airstrike targeted the car of Mohammed al-Ghoul in Gaza City. Another recent Israeli attack killed three commanders of the Hamas terror organization. Ghoul […]

Archaeologists Believe Copper Awl Recently Found Could Be Oldest Metal Object Ever Discovered

Archaeologists Believe Copper Awl Recently Found Could Be Oldest Metal Object Ever Discovered

An antique copper awl was recently found in Israel and archaeologists believe it could be the oldest metal object ever discovered. The finding proposes that prehistoric people in the area started using metals over 6,000 years ago. This would be several hundred years earlier than was previously believed, stated researchers. The discovery brings considerable more […]

Gaza Strip Sees Relief in Humanitarian Cease Fire

Gaza Strip Sees Relief in Humanitarian Cease Fire

Gaza Strip violence took a five-day intermission starting Aug. 13, 2014, providing relief to residents in desperate need of humanitarian care. The temporary cease-fire allowed 244 Israeli supply trucks to deliver food, medicine, water, fuel, clothing, medical, agricultural, cleaning and other humanitarian supplies to an area decimated by the ravages of war. Despite Hamas’ frequent […]

Gaza Strip Talks Collapse and Fighting Resumes

Gaza Strip Talks Collapse and Fighting Resumes

A new series of rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip into Israel Tuesday, triggering an in-kind response from Israel in the form of airstrikes. Israel has stipulated that negotiations would not occur under fire. As a result, Egypt-mediated peace talks have collapsed and an anonymous Hamas spokesman declared the talks over. An Israeli spokesman […]

Gaza Strip: Protests to Stop Israeli Ship From Docking in U.S. and Canada

Gaza Strip: Protests to Stop Israeli Ship From Docking in U.S. and Canada

Activists protesting military actions and the blockade of the Gaza Strip have set plans into motion to shut down ports along North America’s West Coast to stop an Israeli cargo ship from docking and unloading its cargo. “Block the Boat” began devising strategies after a Palestinian union put out a call to hold Israel accountable for […]

World News: GLV Daily Digest for August 14, 2014

World News: GLV Daily Digest for August 14, 2014

The world news daily digest from Guardian Liberty Voice for August 14, 2014 covers a wide array of stories from around the globe. A new, five-day truce between Hamas militants and Israel holds, despite a rocky start. Meanwhile, the governor of Iraq’s Sunni ruled province of Anbar has announced the promise of support received from […]

Journalist Killed in Gaza

Journalist Killed in Gaza

Associated Press (AP) video journalist, Simone Camilli, and with Palestinian translator Ali Shehda Abu Afash were killed Wednesday along with three members of Gaza’s bomb disposal squad when an unexploded rocket blew up. Camilli, along with photojournalist Hatem Moussa were documenting the disarming of the ordnance that was believed to have come from an Israeli airstrike, when it […]

World News: GLV Daily Digest for August 13, 2014

World News: GLV Daily Digest for August 13, 2014

The world news daily digest from Guardian Liberty Voice for August 13, 2014 covers the death of a Brazilian presidential candidate, Eduardo Campos. It also covers the visit of Pope Francis to South Korea, and the first death of a foreign journalist in Gaza in a bomb-disposal accident. Brazilian Presidential Candidate Dies in Plane Crash […]

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