Truce between Israel and Hamas ends and fighting in Gaza resumes : State of the World from NPR After a week-long pause, Hamas again fired rockets into Israel and Israel resumed airstrikes in Gaza. A report on why the fighting resumed.

And were Gaza's hospitals able to resupply and catch up on treating patients during the cease-fire?

For more coverage of all sides of this conflict, go to npr.org/mideastupdates

The Israel-Hamas cease-fire ends and fighting resumes

The Israel-Hamas cease-fire ends and fighting resumes

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A man carries a wounded girl at Nasser Hospital following Israeli air strikes in the city of Khan Yunis after the end of a seven-day truce between Israel and Hamas militants on Dec. 1, 2023. Mohammed Talatene/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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A man carries a wounded girl at Nasser Hospital following Israeli air strikes in the city of Khan Yunis after the end of a seven-day truce between Israel and Hamas militants on Dec. 1, 2023.

Mohammed Talatene/picture alliance via Getty Images

After a week-long pause, Hamas again fired rockets into Israel and Israel resumed airstrikes in Gaza. A report on why the fighting resumed.

And were Gaza's hospitals able to resupply and catch up on treating patients during the cease-fire?

For more coverage of all sides of this conflict, go to npr.org/mideastupdates

Anas Baba in Gaza contributed to this report