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Book reviews

Lisa Mullins speaks with our book critic Christopher Merrill about "Khirbet Khizeh" an Israeli novel that came out in Hebrew in 1949 and has just been translated into English

Palestinian walks

In the new book "Palestinian Walks: Forays Into a Vanishing Landscape" author Raja Shehadeh traces six hikes through the countryside of the West Bank over the past 28 years

Global Politics

Gaza: one year later

It's been almost a year since the Palestinian militant group Hamas took control of the Gaza Strip, and The World's Quil Lawrence reports on what life's been like for some of the one and half million people living in Gaza.

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.

Bulldozer rampage in Jerusalem

Correspondent Matt Guttman reports on a Palestinian bulldozer operator who went on a rampage today, killing at least three people and injuring dozens on a busy street in Jerusalem.