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The U.S. and U.N. have announced that all parties have agreed to a three-day unconditional cease-fire in Gaza.
After a strike on the only power plant in Gaza, CNN's John Vause reports on how the lack of power has exacerbated the suffering of those in Gaza - from traffic lights to hospitals.
Polls show Israeli Jews do not want a cease-fire. Instead, as CNN's Sara sidner reports, they want Hamas crushed.
Wolf Blitzer talks to State Department Deputy Spokeswoman Marie Harf about the U.S. resupplying Israel with ammunition.
Hamas releases video showing an attack staged from an underground tunnel as Israel works to find and destroy the network.
After five Israeli soldiers were killed by Hamas militants emerging from a tunnel, Wolf Blitzer takes you inside the alleged underground network that the Israeli Defense Force says was built by Hamas to enter Israel.
U.S. officials say they have observed Ukrainian forces firing short-range missiles near pro-Russian rebel positions. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Although they found themselves on opposite sides of the Syrian Civil War, Iran and Hamas may be rekindling a partnership to take on their shared enemy, Israel. CNN's Brian Todd investigates those reports.
After accusing Russia of sending more weapons to separatists and violating an arms ban treaty, the United States is slapping Russia with more sanctions. Michelle Kosinski takes a look at the new sanctions President Obama laid out Tuesday.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer goes inside one of Hamas' tunnels near the Gaza border with Israel.