A mortar barrage from Gaza killed an Israeli child, the first such fatality of the six-week conflict.
Photos from around the region
Activists demonstrating against the Israeli offensive clash with Palestinian riot police in the city of Hebron.
Many who had been trapped at risk of death fled to Syria and now are in safer areas in Iraq.
These frontline communities in Israel, devoid of usual residential life, resemble ghost towns.
Militants in Gaza broke a temporary cease-fire by launching rockets at Israel on Tuesday, and Israel responded with airstrikes.
An Iranian plane crashed Sunday while taking off near the capital, killing dozens of people, state media reported.
After being stranded on Mount Sinjar for almost a week and then walking 12 miles to Syria, some were able to return to Iraq.
The strikes continued even after condemnation for the shelling of a U.N.-run school sheltering Gaza evacuees.
Backed by artillery shells and airstrikes, assault continues.
Demonstrators in India, Venezuela and other countries rally against the continued bloodshed in the region.
The military hit more than 100 sites overnight in a campaign aimed at stopping rocket fire from the region.
The U.S. called for an investigation of an incident in which Tariq Abu Khieder appeared to have been beaten by Israeli police.
The death of Mohammad Abu Khieder, possibly as retaliation for the killing of three Jewish teens, has caused tensions to spike.
Khazair is home to an estimated 1,500 internally displaced Iraqis, with the number rising daily.
The students who went missing in the West Bank in June were laid to rest in the city of Modiin.
Battles between Iraqi security forces and an extremist group go on, and camps for displaced civilians grow larger.
As militants press offensive elsewhere, minority in capital fears being targeted.