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A truce halted the bloodshed, but the fury of young Palestinians is stronger than ever

A young Palestinian boy in thick eyeglasses stood dumbstruck as Israeli police dragged his grandmother, Rifqa, out of his family home. His eyes shifted between the uniformed men and the 92-year-old woman who squirmed in their clutches. Shouts rang out and, within minutes, the family was driven out of half of their home in East Jerusalem.

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Analysis: Why the United Nations is stuck on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

The deadly ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the kind of challenge you might think the United Nations could address. After all, it played a major role in establishing Israel as a state more than 70 years ago, what Palestinians refer to as the Nakba or "catastrophe." But it's not doing much on this one.

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Palestinians deserve same rights as Israelis

There are no winners in the current battle between Hamas and Israel. The loss of life on both sides -- while unequal -- is heartbreaking. As of Sunday evening, 197 Palestinians had been killed, including eight children who died Saturday when an Israeli airstrike destroyed their home in a Gaza refugee camp. At least 10 Israelis, including a 5-year-old boy, have been killed by Hamas rockets.

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Palestinians fight eviction from homes in East Jerusalem

Israeli police have clashed with Palestinians in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah, as well as other locations, for several weeks. One of the main sources of unrest has been the possible eviction of several Palestinian families from their homes in this neighborhood. On May 9, Israel's Supreme Court postponed an appeal hearing on the decades-long legal case. CNN's Andrew Carey reports.

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