The strike, which closed schools and businesses in the region, was a rare Palestinian presentation of a unified front against the conflict and Israeli policies, the Associated Press said.
U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs spokesman Jens Laerke said electricity across Gaza is available for only six to eight hours a day in the latest chapter of the conflict, which shows no signs of resolution,
Sanders said the Israeli government contains "overt racists" who have evolved out of an increasingly right-wing coalition.
The pope spoke with Turkey's president and later with Iran's foreign minister as violence between Israel and the Palestinians continues.
"We think it's appropriate at this point for there to be an independent look at what happened yesterday—an independent investigation," Associated Press Executive Editor Sally Buzbee said.
Yigal Yehoshua, 56, was hit in the head by a brick after his car was pelted by stones in the city of Lod.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the Gaza building destroyed by an airstrike was a "perfectly legitimate target."
Nice Mayor Christian Estrosi previously advocated for bans on local and national pro-Palestinian demonstrations.
28 senators, led by Georgia's Jon Ossoff, urged a ceasefire in the Middle East on Sunday.
"It hampers the ability to tell the story fairly on both sides," AP executive editor Sally Buzbee said.
With the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians escalating, Newsweek invited guests from both sides of the divide to a special edition of 'The Debate' podcast.
Israeli Defense Forces spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Conricus said the Al-Jalaa tower used by media outlets including The Associated Press and Al Jazeera also housed elaborate Hamas intelligence, weapons-development and advanced technological operations.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations said Biden "literally aids, abets and justifies the Israeli apartheid government's indiscriminate bombing."
A Newsweek review of data compiled by Israel's foreign ministry has found at least 16 people whose deaths were officially linked to rockets fired by Hamas.
As Democratic leaders have backed Israel's "right to defend itself," a vocal faction of the party has slammed Israel's treatment of Palestinians.
Eyewitnesses captured the Islamic National Bank in Khan Yunis as it was hit by an Israeli airstrike on Thursday.
In a show of solidarity, the Czech Republic's president ordered Israel's flag to be publicly flown after displaying previous support for the nation as violence continues with Palestinians.
"The question at hand is: Should our taxpayer dollars create conditions for justice, healing and repair, or should those dollars create conditions for oppression and apartheid?" Pressley asked during a speech on the House floor.
"The lives of Palestinian Muslims are equally precious," the Chinese official said.
"As always, the aim is to strike military targets and to minimize collateral damage and civilian casualties," an Israeli military spokesman said. "Unlike our very elaborate efforts to clear civilian areas before we strike high-rise or large buildings inside Gaza, that wasn't feasible this time."
The image, captured by AFP photographer Anas Baba, shows multiple rockets fired from Gaza and Iron Dome projectiles launched to neutralize them.
Video of the moment has been shared widely on social media.
The Democratic congresswoman said violence and oppression of Palestinians has been "enabled and supported" by Israel's prime minister.
The mob attack on a driver in a Tel Aviv suburb has been condemned by political leaders in Israel.
As Jewish-Arab violence escalates, Israel demolished three high-rise buildings that it believed contained Hamas intelligence offices.
Not only does history's oldest virus—anti-Semitism—today receive 24/7 assistance from social media, but it metastasizes as quickly as deadly new strains of COVID-19, spawning Jew-hatred and hate crimes here and abroad.
At least 67 people, including 16 children, have been killed in Gaza since the violence escalated on Monday. Officials said seven people have been killed in Israel.
The U.S. secretary of state said he also told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the Biden administration believes in the rights of both Israelis and Palestinians to live in safety and security. The State Department will send a senior diplomat to the region to attempt to broker peace.
Issa was the senior-most Hamas member to be killed by Israeli forces in the ongoing Israel-Palenstine conflict since 2014, according to a statement released by Hamas. The message is the first acknowledgment from the group regarding militant casualties in the current round of fighting with Israel.
The United Nations has warned that the outbreak of violence between Palestinian militants and the Israeli military could lead to a "full-scale war."