On 14 November 2012, the world once again turned its focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict after the killing by Israel of the Hamas military leader Ahmed Jabari..
Since then, Israel and Hamas have be bombarding each other, blowing up key buildings and targeting large cities.
Big explosion near our hotel on #Gaza seafront. Broke my window. Has been a noisy night — Jeremy Bowen (@BowenBBC) November 21, 2012
Lyse Doucet @bbclysedoucet — Rushdi Abualouf @Rushdibbc — Richard Galpin @Richardgalpin — Katya Adler @BBCkatyaadler — Yolande Knell @YolandeKnell — Wyre Davies @WyreDavies — Jon Donnison @JonDonnison — Paul Danahar @pdanahar — Jeremy Bowen @BowenBBC Tweets from @BBCWorld/bbc-middle-east @TVNewsroom
Lyse Doucet is reporting from Gaza City for BBC News and BBC World as the Israel-Gaza conflict continues..
Just got into #Gaza http://t.co/GVIzhNr4 — Anderson Cooper (@andersoncooper) November 18, 2012
#Gaza media building targeted by #Israel housed not just al-Quds TV. Home to ARD, RAI & others. #BBC also based there until recently. — Jon Williams (@WilliamsJon) November 18, 2012 #Israel's Foreign Press Association asking why 2 buildings housing journalists…
BBC’s Ben Brown is presenting from Ashkelon in Israel for the News Channel this morning.. Wyre Davies, Jon Leyne and Katya Adler are also reporting from the region.