Israel and Gaza factions fired missiles at each other in a night of violence. Israel says it struck more than 35 Hamas targets in air raids in the Gaza strip.
We attended the last Friday of the Great March of return in Malika Camp in the Gaza strip. We talked to organizers, young men and women marching to end the siege and gain their right to return.
A group of Palestinian activists in Gaza will try to breach the Israeli blockade with boats. Organisers say the ships will include people who are in need of medical care as well as some job-seeking graduates.
Naim runs the biggest plastic factory in the Palestinian territories. But put simply the odds are against you in Gaza. His factory is only running at 50 percent capacity. Nobody can afford the goods and on average Gaza only has about four hours of electricity a day. It's also on the border with Israel and recent protests here have forced them to keep closing it for fear employees could be shot at.
Foxy, JR and Lauren Bordin chat about the round 14 of the Kyabram District Football Netball League headlined by huge matches between Tallygaroopna and Nagambie in both the football and the netball.
As finals loom large on the horizon, the race for the top eight in both the football and netball Murray league competitions continues to heat up. The panel discusses who they think will taste September action.
Shepparton Villages resident Steve Szmola appeared on the front page of the Shepparton News last week in search of a chess opponent. Despite the age gap, 10-year-old Zaryhe Briggs was willing to take on the challenge of coming up against Mr Szmola.
The US president was in the dark about why he faced a backlash - but can changing one word fix that?
Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi says he has no regrets about the Saudi-led military operation in Yemen.
Children like Jumana have been left behind after the Islamic State group was pushed out of Sirte, Libya.
Jim Chilton describes his challenges living along the US-Mexico border.
From collusion and meddling to wanting US-Russia relations reset, the leaders were on the same page.
Police use water to disperse crowds when violence erupted after France's 4-2 win over Croatia.
Classmates of rescued teenager Adul folded 1,000 paper cranes as they prayed for his safe return.
90 percent of Morocco's agricultural exports come from Souss-Massa. But many businesses here are struggling with the effects of climate change. They're taking out insurance to protect themselves against the consequences of extreme weather.
Former U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz discusses the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey and the nuclear proliferation threat with Bloomberg's David Gura.
Carbon dioxide emissions are bad for the environment; they drive climate change. Two German companies are working on technology to harness CO2 as a raw material to make other products.
2016 was the hottest year on record, and with U.S. commitment to the Paris Agreement in doubt, the rest of the world may have to go it alone in the fight against global warming. Bloomberg QuickTake delves into the current state of climate change.
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