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I know it's been bumped before, but it took me an hour to find this page with all of these links on it. Sorry.
Originally posted by woogleuk
Here is some direct links to watch streams in media player and browser:
CPSWire (quite a few links to streams) (Browser)
Reuters Live stream (currently off air) (browser)
Gaza Twin Camz (Browser)
Citizens Streams (various public streams) (browser)
Operation Pillar of Cloud (Browser)
Al Jazeera English: Live Stream (browser)
Live Stream for Media Player
Gaza about an hour ago US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has just arrived in Ramallah, Al Jazeera's Rania Zabaneh is reporting from the West Bank. Clinton is expected to meet Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and discuss the ongoing crisis in Gaza. Zabaneh is reporting that there's a heavy security presence at Abbas' headquarters.
Gaza 35 minutes ago Iran bears a "heavy responsibility" in conflicts in the Middle East, especially in Gaza, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said. Speaking specifically of Gaza, where a week of violence has claimed 139 lives, Fabius said on Wednesday: "There are long-range weapons up to 75 kilometres and these are Iranian weapons. Iran bears a heavy responsibility."
"One finds Iran in Lebanon, in Syria, in Iraq, in Gaza and each time with very negative intentions," he told France Culture radio. "The orientation of the Iranian government is extremely dangerous for world peace," he added. There have been heightened diplomatic efforts to end the fighting in the Gaza Strip, but a deal to end Israel's offensive on rocket-firing militants remains elusive. [AFP]
10:36 US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will hold a second meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, and Defense Minister Ehud Barak at Netanyahu's official residence in Jerusalem, Israeli media reports.
10:31 Israeli forces detained 18 Palestinians in raids on refugee camps and villages in Bethlehem overnight.
10:29 Rocket hits a home near Ashdod, according to Israeli media.
10:26 China will host an envoy of President Mahmoud Abbas to discuss the crisis in Gaza, the foreign ministry said on Wednesday, adding the government had been in touch with all players in the conflict to try and find a solution.
0856: The Israeli army has been ordered to continue strikes on Gaza regardless of ceasefire talks, Voice of Israel radio reports at 0800, as heard by BBC Monitoring. IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz is quoted as saying the ceasefire contacts in Cairo do not affect the IDF's operations.
Jon Donnison BBC News, Gaza tweets: IDF says that 29 rockets launched from #Gaza and 12 intercepted, since midnight. More than 100 targets hit across #Gaza since midnight.
Paul Danahar BBC News, Gaza tweets: Talks in Cairo between all sides started again 30 mins ago BBC in #Gaza told
Lyse Doucet BBC News, Gaza tweets this picture of a coastal bridge in Gaza destroyed in an Israeli attack overnight, cutting southern Gaza from the north and centre:
1009: Israeli media are reporting an apparent explosion on a bus in the commercial capital Tel Aviv - details are still coming in.
Masked gunmen belonging to the Palestinian militant group Hamas publicly shot dead six suspected collaborators with Israel at a large Gaza City intersection, according to a report. Witnesses said that while some in the crowd stomped and spit on the bodies, a sixth corpse was tied to a motorcycle and dragged through the streets as people screamed, "Spy! Spy!"
Hamas said the six were killed because they gave Israel information about fighters and rocket launching sites, Fox News reports.
Police chasing after two suspected terrorists, say this was not a suicide bombing; five of the casualties are in moderate-serious condition.
A bus exploded in central Tel Aviv on Wednesday, wounding at least 10 people, five of them seriously.
It was not immediately clear what caused the blast on the No. 66 bus on the corner of Shaul Hamelech and Henrietta Szold Streets, but Israel Police suspect it was a terror attack. Passersby were ordered to keep their distance from the scene.
Large police forces were deployed to the area, and a chase was opened after two suspected terrorists. Eyewitnesses say they saw a person plant an explosive and run away. Al-Arabiya reported that at least one of the suspected terrorists was a woman.