Officials say Israel has accepted a new 72-hour Gaza cease-fire proposal with Palestinians, clearing the way for new talks, The Associated Press reports.
A cease-fire between Israel and Hamas is over after peace talks reached a deadlock in Cairo. Rockets were fired across the border by militants just as the cease-fire expired, followed by several Israeli airstrikes in Gaza.
Former President Jimmy Carter is making waves this morning with an op-ed that calls for the world to recognize Hamas in order to end the current conflict in Gaza. The column, co-authored by the 39th president on ForeignPolicy.com, claims "there is no humane or legal justification for the way the Israeli Defense Forces are conducting this war."
Minutes before a 72-hour cease-fire went into effect yesterday, Hamas fired rockets into Israel. Sean Hannity spoke with an Israeli woman from Kfar Azar, the area where rockets were fired.
Sean Hannity is reporting from Israel this week, where he has gone inside a cavernous Hamas tunnel beneath Israel.
Sean Hannity is reporting from Israel this week, where he spoke to IDF soldiers who have just returned from Gaza.
An Israeli senior official confirms to Fox News that Israel has accepted an Egyptian plan for a 72-hour cease-fire in Gaza beginning Tuesday morning; the Palestinian delegation in Cairo, which includes Hamas, also confirmed acceptance.
Sean Hannity is on the ground in Israel, reporting live on the latest developments in the conflict with Hamas. On tonight's show, Sean talks to the men and women of the Israeli Defense Forces and goes inside a Hamas tunnel.
A seven-hour humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza has ended. Mark Regev, spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, discussed the next steps with Bill Hemmer. Regev described the operation to find and destroy Hamas' network of tunnels as being in the "end stages." When that is over, Israeli forces will re-deploy into defensive positions.
Ten people were killed and more than three dozen others were injured after a U.N. school in Gaza was hit by an airstrike.
Israel today signaled that it is scaling back operations in Gaza, but will not stop its fight against Hamas.