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  1. Lion cubs adopted by Gaza Strip familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Local NEWS 8

    A Gaza Strip family has adopted two lion cubs from a local zoo that was unable to care for them. The owner of the cubs, Saed Eldin al-Jamal, allows his family and neighborhood children to play with the cubs.

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  2. Palestinian PM to visit Gaza Strip on WednesdayRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Newkerala.com

    Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdala plans to visit the Gaza Strip on Wednesday in his second visit to the coastal enclave since he took office, official sources said on Tuesday. According to Ehab Bessaiso, the spokesman of the Palestinian consensus government, the aim of the visit is to explore the possibilities of reconstructing demolished houses and infrastructure, and to find new ways to promote national reconciliation, Efe news agency reported.

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  3. Militant attacks in Egypt's Sinai kill 2 troops, policemanRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Washington Times

    Suspected Islamic militants killed two Egyptian soldiers and a police conscript in attacks in the restive northeastern Sinai Peninsula on Tuesday, security officials said. In the first attack, a roadside bomb struck a passing armored vehicle, killing the two troops.

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  4. It Worked for Netanyahu, It Can Work for the GOPRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    The elections in Israel have turned out to be Obama's first loss in a national race. Yes, my friends, the big loser in Israel's national elections was not the Israeli Labor party nor the other smaller opposition parties all running on an "anyone but Netanyahu ticket", but Barack Obama who did everything in his power to defeat Benjamin Netanyahu and lost big league.

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  5. Women's media group honors photographer Heidi LevineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Houston Chronicle

    This handout photo provided by the International Women's Media Foundation shows Heidi Levine in Jerusalem. A women's media group will honor freelance photographer Heidi Levine as the inaugural winner of an award for courage named for Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus, who was killed on assignment in Afghanistan.

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  6. Gaza zoo sells adorable lion cubs to local refugee family to keep as petsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Mirror.co.uk

    The lion cubs have their own bed to sleep in and even play football at the the family home in war-torn Gaza Strip - but will have to be caged in coming months for safety The ravages of war haven't stopped one family from adopting an unusual pet - as two lion cubs have been rescued from Gaza zoo by local refugees who have lifted the baby lions from the claws of poverty. Mona and Alex, the adorable two-month-old lion cubs , have been living with refugee Saad Aldeen Al-Jamal and his six children at their home in the Palestinian city of Rafah, in southern Gaza.

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  7. Beinart's boycotts and bullyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Times of Israel

    Rabbi Gideon Sylvester is the British United Synagogue's rabbi in Israel and Senior Rabbinic Educator in Israel for T'ruah - The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights. Prior to making aliya, he was rabbi of Radlett United Synagogue, Britain's fastest growing Modern Orthodox synagogue.

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  8. 2 soldiers killed by roadside bomb in Egypt's SinaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Times of Israel

    An Egyptian security official said on Monday a roadside bomb struck a passing armored vehicle in the northeastern Sinai Peninsula, killing two soldiers. The official said the explosion took place Tuesday near the village of al-Kharouba, near the border with the Gaza Strip, as army forces were patrolling the area searching for Islamic militants.

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  9. Roadside bomb kills two soldiers in Egypt's SinaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Peninsula

    Cairo--A roadside bomb killed two soldiers and wounded six others on Tuesday as it struck a passing armoured vehicle in the restive Sinai peninsula, Egyptian military and medical officials said A military official said the explosion took place as army forces patrolled an area near the village of el-Kharouba, close to the Gaza Strip in the north Egypt has been battling an Islamist insurgency in North Sinai since the army ousted president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013 Militant attacks in Sinai are spearheaded by a group called Ansar Beit al-Maqdis , the Egyptian affiliate of the Islamic state group that controls swathes of territory in Syria and Iraq Ansar Beit al-Maqdis has claimed some of the deadliest and most sophisticated attacks against Egyptian security forces in the Sinai peninsula, which neighbours Israel and the Palestinian enclave in Gaza Islamist groups say the attacks are in ... (more)

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  10. Watch: Palestinian refugee buys lion cubs from zoo to live with his childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Independent.ie

    A pair of lion cubs have been bought by a family in Gaza after the zoo which owned them decided to sell them due to economical difficulties. It was Saad al-Jamal's lifetime ambition to one day own a lion, which now does after buying the two-month-old lion cubs from Rafah Zoo.

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  11. Siege limits options for Gaza's chronically illRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Al Jazeera

    Residents of the Gaza Strip are facing tighter restrictions on obtaining medical care outside of the besieged coastal enclave, according to a recent monthly report issued by the World Health Organisation's Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office. According to the report, the closure of the Rafah border with Egypt has "virtually eliminated access to specialised medical treatments outside of Gaza for private patients", while 20 percent of patients applying for permits to travel through Israel's Erez checkpoint for medical care last month were not approved.

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  12. Palestinian conflict continues to destroy human life: UN rights officialRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Newkerala.com

    Violations of human rights "fuel and shape the conflict" in the occupied Palestinian territories, a senior United Nations official reported to the Human Rights Council on Monday. "Human rights violations in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, are both cause and consequence of the military occupation and ongoing violence, in a bitter cyclical process with wider implications for peace and security in the region," said Flavia Pansieri, the UN's Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights.

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  13. Battle of the Bulge: Obesity in the Gaza Strip on the riseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Al Bawaba

    Palestinians have consulted weight-loss centers, either in a bid to treat obesity or just to shed a few pounds ahead of a social event. Only five weight-loss centers can be found in the Gaza Strip, according to Qaisi.

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  14. Me-roar: Gaza Strip family buys 2 lion cubs as unusual petsRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | KDWN

    A family in the Gaza Strip city of Rafah has bought two lion cubs from a local zoo, keeping these unusual pets in their home. The 2-1/2-month-old cubs now play with Saed Eldin al-Jamal's grandchildren at his home and already eat about half a kilogram of meat a day.

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  15. Four-footed students will visit Centenary College weeklyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | New Jersey Herald

    Puppies who will be learning to be the eyes for the blind will be visiting Centenary College every Tuesday during lunch for the rest of the semester.The Seeing Eye's Morris County 4-H Puppy Tails Club will bring six puppies on campus to greet students before they enter the dining hall every week. Puppies who will be learning to be the eyes for the blind will be visiting Centenary College every Tuesday during lunch for the rest of the semester.The Seeing Eye's Morris County 4-H Puppy Tails Club will bring six puppies on campus to greet students before they enter the dining hall every week.

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  16. Bomb Kills 2 Egyptian Soldiers in SinaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Voice of America

    A roadside bomb killed two Egyptian soldiers and wounded six others Tuesday as they were patrolling near in the restive Sinai peninsula, medical and security sources said. A military official said the explosion took place near the village of al-Kharouba, near the border with the Gaza Strip, as army forces were searching the area for Islamic militants.

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  17. EU joins Arab states in seeking access for U.N. rights envoy to GazaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | The Daily Star

    A Palestinian vendor offers balloons to a couple at the fishermen's port in Gaza in the northern Gaza Strip. GENEVA: The European Union joined Palestinian and Arab delegations Monday in calling on Israel to allow a U.N. human rights investigator to visit Gaza, while the United States and Israel snubbed the debate.

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  18. Palestinian PM to visit Gaza this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Ynetnews

    Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah will visit the Gaza Strip on Wednesday. The visit, which will continue for several days, will be his second since he began his tenure.

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  19. Gaza zoo sells lion cubs to local familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Reuters

    Gaza zoo sells lion cubs Mona and Alex to a local family after the 2014 conflict in Gaza leaves the zoo impoverished. Elly Park reports.

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  20. EU urges Israel to cooperate with UN Gaza probeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | The Times of Israel

    The European Union joined Palestinian and Arab delegations in asking Israel to allow a United Nations human rights investigator access to the Gaza Strip Monday. "We call on Israel to grant access to the special rapporteur without delay," EU policy officer Jerome Bellion-Jourdan said at a council meeting in Geneva on Monday, Reuters reported.

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