Citing escalating tensions on the Gaza-Egypt border, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry just informed us that the Rafah border will be closed over the coming weeks, into January.
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The groundwork is being laid for future campaigning in the U.S. for "citizen sanctions" against the Israeli government that could help change the balance of forces influencing U.S. policy.
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Gaza Freedom March participants are calling their supporters around the world to contact Egyptian embassies and urge them to free the marchers and allow them to proceed to Gaza.
EREZ CROSSING, Gaza Strip -- Hundreds of people including international activists protested on both sides of a Gaza Strip border crossing on Thursday ...
Getting in to the Gaza Strip is no easy feat, but driving across Egypt should not be this hard.
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CAIRO -- More than 1,000 people from around the world were gathered here on Tuesday for a solidarity march into Gaza despite Egypt's insistence that t...
About 500 people, including several hundred Gaza Freedom Marchers and scores of Egyptian citizens, are holding a rally outside the offices of an Egyptian Union of Journalists.
I picked up the phone to ask my many colleagues in Gaza and in Israel their thoughts about the march, the New Year, and how they hold on to hope.
I went to Mrs. Mubarak's offices at the Women's International Peace Movement to ask for her help again in opening the border of Gaza for our delegation.
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