CNN’s Jon Jensen reflects on a recent assignment to cover the conflict in Gaza between Israel and Hamas.
Artifact ‘gold mine’ rewrites history?
CNN Inside the Middle East meets Amnon Ben-Tor who manages Tel Hazor, the largest archaeological site in Israel.
Mysteries of the ancient Holy Land
CNN Inside the Middle East travels to the Israeli city of Acre, one of the best preserved and oldest settlements in the Middle East.
How archaeologists remove dirt from a site they’re digging
Israeli-American ‘spy’ released by Egypt
Prisoner swap may ease tensions between Israel and Egypt. Egypt’s tourism industry certainly hopes so.
Egypt: anti-Israel sentiment erupts
Israeli diplomats and their families have been evacuated out of Egypt after protesters stormed the embassy in Cairo.
BEEPER: Cairo Protest Turns Bloody
Beeper with Global Post after a pro-Mubarak rally in Cairo, Egypt. Beeper originally aired on February 2, 2011 on Global Post.
For refugees in Egypt, escape is deadly
Egypt’s shoot-to-kill policy along its border with Israel is questioned.
Heat in the Holy Land
In the West Bank, one engineer is digging deep for clean energy using geothermal power. The Palestinian’s technology is so successful that he’s even raising eyebrows in Israel too. Originally published by Global Post on July 15, 2010.
Egypt breaks its own Gaza blockade
Egypt, a partner with Israel in the crippling Gaza siege, bows to international pressure.
Israel’s Battery Pioneer
Meet Doron Aurbach, one of world’s leading of magnesium batteries, which many scientists believe will help spread the use of solar panels in homes. Originally published by Global Post on June 1, 2010.
Pumping Iron in Gaza
Throughout the Gaza Strip, where many cities are still destroyed from the Israeli offensive, some young men are finding hope in the gym. But steroid use is a growing problem. Originally published on Global Post on January 15, 2010.