Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Khan-Yunis-(City)

MIDEAST
RTRHSE5
July 17, 2005
Palestinian woman relative of Saeed Seyam a commander of Palestinian militant group Hamas cries in Gaza...
Khan Yunis
Palestinian woman relative of Saeed Seyam a commander of Palestinian militant group Hamas cries in ......
Palestinian woman relative of Saeed Seyam a commander of Palestinian militant group Hamas cries in Gaza Strip. Palestinian woman relative of Saeed Seyam, a commander of the Palestinian militant group Hamas, cries after Israeli forces shot him dead in Khan Younis refugee camp, south of Gaza Strip, July 17,2005. Israeli forces shot dead Saeed Seyam in the Gaza Strip on Sunday, witnesses and officials of the Islamic faction said. Saeed Seyam was a Hamas commander in the southern Gaza city of Khan Younis. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
MIDEAST
RTRHSCX
July 17, 2005
Palestinians carry the boy of Saeed Seyam a commander of the Palestinian militant group Hamas in Gaza...
Khan Yunis
Palestinians carry the boy of Saeed Seyam a commander of the Palestinian militant group Hamas in ...
Palestinians carry the boy of Saeed Seyam a commander of the Palestinian militant group Hamas in Gaza Strip. Palestinians carry the boy of Saeed Seyam, a commander of the Palestinian militant group Hamas, after Israeli forces shot him dead in Khan Younis refugee camp, south of Gaza Strip, July 17, 2005. Israeli forces shot dead Saeed Seyam in the Gaza Strip on Sunday, witnesses and officials of the Islamic faction said. Saeed Seyam was a Hamas commander in the southern Gaza city of Khan Younis. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
MIDEAST
RTR4CI3
March 08, 2005
A masked Palestinian youth brandishes an AK-47 in front of a picture of late Palestinian leader Yasser...
Khan Yunis
A masked Palestinian youth brandishes an AK-47 in the Khan Younis refugee camp in the Gaza Strip.
A masked Palestinian youth brandishes an AK-47 in front of a picture of late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat during a rally commemorating killed Palestinians at the Khan Younis refugee camp in the Gaza Strip March 8, 2005. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel on Tuesday of undermining peace efforts by dragging its feet over promises to pull back from West Bank cities. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa OP/CCK
MIDEAST
RTRLPF0
January 28, 2005
A Palestinian member of the military wing of Fatah marches during their rally in Khan Younis refugee...
Khan Yunis
A Palestinian member of the military wing of Fatah march during their rally in Khan Younis refugee camp....
A Palestinian member of the military wing of Fatah marches during their rally in Khan Younis refugee camp, south of Gaza Strip, January 28,2005. Hamas swept seven out of 10 councils in first-ever Gaza Strip local elections seen as a test of strength between the Islamic militant group and new President Mahmoud Abbas, final results showed. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa AJ/DL
MIDEAST
RTRLPEH
January 28, 2005
Members of the military wing of Fatah march with their weapons during a rally in Khan Younis refugee...
Khan Yunis
Members of the military wing of Fatah march with their weapons during a rally in Khan Younis refugee...
Members of the military wing of Fatah march with their weapons during a rally in Khan Younis refugee camp, south of Gaza Strip. Members of the military wing of Fatah march with their weapons during a rally in Khan Younis refugee camp, south of Gaza Strip, January 28,2005. Hamas swept seven out of 10 councils in first-ever Gaza Strip local elections seen as a test of strength between the Islamic militant group and new President Mahmoud Abbas, final results showed. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
MIDEAST
RTR4QVW
May 06, 2002
A Palestinian boy passes Palestinian uprising graffiti in Khan Younis
refugee camp south of Gaza Strip...
Khan Yunis
BOY CYCLES BY GRAFFITI IN KHAN YOUNIS REFUGEE CAMP.
A Palestinian boy passes Palestinian uprising graffiti in Khan Younis
refugee camp south of Gaza Strip May 5,2002. Israeli military action
gave way to a political offensive on Sunday as Prime Minister Ariel
Sharon carried a dossier to the United States he said proved
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's links to attacks on Israelis.
REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah

AJ
MIDEAST
RTXL8F1
May 05, 2002
A Palestinian boy sits near a destroyed building, shelled by Israeli soldiers during the Palestinian...
Khan Yunis, GAZA STRIP
A Palestinian boy sits near a destroyed building, shelled by Israeli soldiers during the Palestinian.....
A Palestinian boy sits near a destroyed building, shelled by Israeli soldiers during the Palestinian uprising, in Khan Younis refugee camp south of Gaza Strip May 5, 2002. [Israeli military action gave way to a political offensive on Sunday as Prime Minister Ariel Sharon carried a dossier to the United States he said proved Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's links to attacks on Israelis.]
MIDEAST
RTR4Q8Y
May 05, 2002
A Palestinian boy sits near a destroyed building, shelled by Israeli
soldiers during the Palestinian...
Khan Yunis
A PALESTINIAN BOY SITS NEAR A DESTROYED BUILDING IN THE KHAN YOUNIS
REFUGEE CAMP.
A Palestinian boy sits near a destroyed building, shelled by Israeli
soldiers during the Palestinian uprising, in Khan Younis refugee camp
south of Gaza Strip May 5, 2002. Israeli military action gave way to a
political offensive on Sunday as Prime Minister Ariel Sharon carried a
dossier to the United States he said proved Palestinian leader Yasser
Arafat's links to attacks on Israelis. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah

AJ/WS
MIDEAST PALESTINIAN
RTRGG4G
April 01, 2001
A Palestinian boy plays in front of a wall with Intifada graffiti during an unusually quiet day in Khan...
Khan Yunis
PALESTINIAN BOY PLAYS IN STREET OF KHAN YOUNIS.
A Palestinian boy plays in front of a wall with Intifada graffiti during an unusually quiet day in Khan Younis in south Gaza Strip, April 1, 2001. A far-right Israeli cabinet member urged the government on Sunday to destroy Yasser Arafat's home, saying the action would force the Palestinian president to reconsider whether to go on fighting Israel.

DS/ME
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 1