Gaza

Palestinian tensions focus on one family

Linda Gradstein reports from the West Bank on members of the Hillel family, a prominent Palestinian family who were expelled from Gaza, and are now caught in the in-fighting between Hamas and Fatah.

Conflict & Justice

How cement could de-rail the Gaza peace talks

With the cease-fire holding in Gaza, both sides are now facing the difficult task of negotiating a lasting truce. This involves huge political issues. But also some very mundane issues, which could de-rail any settlement. For instance, cement. Cement is obviously needed for reconstruction. But Israel doesn't want Hamas to re-build its tunnels.

Egypt's border with Gaza

Hadeel Al-Shalchi reports from Egypt's border with the Gaza Strip, where the border is still open in a couple of spots, but the deluge of Palestinians streaming across into Egypt has slowed down considerably.

Conflict & Justice

Gaza truce

Egyptian state media says the Hamas militants in Gaza and Israel have agreed to a cease-fire that's supposed to take effect on Thursday; from Jerusalem, Matt Gutman reports.