Today in History for May 15th

Highlights of this day in history: Alabama Gov. George Wallace shot on presidential campaign trail; Newly-founded Israel attacked by Arab neighbors; The U.S. Supreme Court breaks up Standard Oil.; Country singer June Carter Cash dies. (May 15)

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Tourists flock to Tel Aviv for Eurovision Song Context

Tourists flock to Tel Aviv to attend the Eurovision final, with Israel hoping the annual fest of kitsch and outrageous fashion will help improve its image, despite pro-Palestinian activists’ calls for a boycott.

Qatar distributes funds to Palestinians in Gaza after flareup

Hundreds of Palestinians wait at a post office in Gaza City to receive cash payments from the country of Qatar which began the distribution of millions of dollars worth of cash aid in a fresh bid to restore calm after a flareup with Israel.

Today in History for May 14th

Highlights of this day in history: Colonists go ashore in Virginia to set up Jamestown; Lewis and Clark begin to explore Louisiana Territory; Israel founded; Skylab launched; Movie producer George Lucas born; Singer Frank Sinatra dies. (May 14)

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Israel and Palestine reach ceasefire after 2 days of mutual bombing

Hamas and Israel have reached a ceasefire agreement, according to Palestinian and other media, following two days of intense cross-border confrontation between Gaza and its neighbor, in which both sides suffered casualties.

The ceasefire was expected to go into effect at 4:30 am on Monday (01:30 GMT), according to the Times of Israel, which noted there had been no rockets for two hours before the announcement.
The deal, reportedly brokered by Egypt and the European Union, was also confirmed by a second Reuters source, as well as a TV station belonging to Hamas.

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Israel’s Iron Dome missile shield

Videographic on Israel’s missile interception system. Palestinian leaders in Gaza agreed to a ceasefire with Israel on Monday to end a deadly two-day escalation in violence.VIDEOGRAPHIC