An Israeli strike took out the territory’s sole power plant.
The Anti-Homosexuality act was deemed unconstitutional in a major ruling Friday.
A sudden end to a three-day ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, and medical workers encounter opposition as they fight to contain an African ebola outbreak.
Israel presents evidence of rockets originating near Gaza schools, Argentina defaults on its national debt, and electric car sales double in Europe.
Another strike against a U.N.-administered school in Gaza leaves U.N. officials fuming.
“Nothing is more shameful than attacking sleeping children,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said of the attack.
“Today is a reminder that the United States means what it says,” Obama said.
Ban Ki-moon blames Israeli and Palestinian leaders for lack of ‘political will,’ and the Ukrainian armed forces go on the offensive near the site of MH17.
Following 12-hour weekend ceasefire, U.N. Secretary-General describes aftermath of Israeli assault on Gaza as a ‘man-made hurricane.’
Pro-Palestine protesters march from Times Square to the Israeli Consulate in New York.