Middle East

  • Palestinians carry a person killed in a blast outside a U.N.-run school in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip, Aug. 3, 2014.
  • A Palestinian boy, who was wounded in an Israeli strike on a house in Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip, sits on the floor as he waits to be treated at the emergency room of the Kamal Adwan hospital, in Beit Lahiya.
  • Israeli soldiers ride tanks after returning to Israel from Gaza.
  • A Palestinian comforts a woman, wounded in an Israeli strike at a house in Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip, at the emergency room of the Kamal Adwan Hospital, in Beit Lahiya.
  • Palestinians evacuate a survivor of an Israeli air strike that hit the Al Ghoul family building in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip.
  • A Palestinian woman carries belongings while walking over the rubble of buildings destroyed by what police said were Israeli air strikes and shelling in Khuzaa, east of Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip.
  • Israeli soldiers look towards Gaza from Israel.
  • A relative holds a dead baby during the funeral of members of Al Ghoul family in the Rafah refugee camp, in the southern Gaza Strip. At least 40 people were inside the Al Ghoul family building in Rafah when it was targeted by Israeli jet fighters, according to the Red Crescent and Gaza health official Ashraf al-Kidra.

Images from Israel's Gaza Offensive

Published August 03, 2014


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