- Making News: At Least 18 Protesters Killed in Gaza
It-s been another deadly day for Palestinians in Rafah on the Gaza strip, as an explosion killed at least 25 people, including 10 children, at a crowded demonstration. There-s dispute about what caused the blast. Israeli government spokesman Ranan Gissen expressed regret over the "loss of innocent life and non-combatants-regardless of how they got killed." Graham Usher is in Gaza City today for the Economist magazine.
- Reporter's Notebook: Rudolph Giuliani Testifies before 9-11 Commission
Yesterday, former New York fire and police officials got tough treatment from the September 11 Commission. Today, hecklers accused the Commission of giving kidd-glove treatment to former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani. Philip Shenon, who is covering the Commission hearings for the New York Times, reports on today's testimony, survivors' anger, and forthcoming reports on the 2001 terrorist attacks.
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