Israeli siege in pursuit of Hamas leaves Gaza's largest hospital in ruins : State of the World from NPR Israel's military laid siege to Gaza's largest medical complex for two weeks because, they said, Hamas fighters had regrouped inside. Following the Israeli withdrawal from the hospital, Palestinians were able to get a glimpse of the results of the raid.

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The Aftermath of a Major Battle in Gaza

The Aftermath of a Major Battle in Gaza

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Israel's military laid siege to Gaza's largest medical complex for two weeks because, they said, Hamas fighters had regrouped inside. Following the Israeli withdrawal from the hospital, Palestinians were able to get a glimpse of the results of the raid.

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