Noah Browning

Correspondent for Reuters from Jerusalem

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Correspondent for Reuters in Palestine/Israel

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Guns were fired into the air in Gaza City today after Israel said it accepted “a complete ceasefire” negotiated in Cairo.  During 50 days of fighting, 2100 Palestinians were killed and…

Long-term Ceasefire

Guns were fired into the air in Gaza City today after Israel said it accepted “a complete ceasefire” negotiated in Cairo.  During 50 days of fighting, 2100 Palestinians were killed and…

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After five days of relative quiet, the 11 th  temporary ceasefire between Israel and Hamas came to an end today when three rockets were fired from Gaza toward the Southern Israeli city…

Hamas Fires Rockets and 11th Ceasefire Ends

After five days of relative quiet, the 11 th temporary ceasefire between Israel and Hamas came to an end today when three rockets were fired from Gaza toward the Southern Israeli city…

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