Daniel Estrin

NPR

Daniel Estrin appears in the following:

A Look At The Gaza Strip, 2 Months After A Devastating 11-Day War With Israel

Sunday, August 01, 2021

More than two months after a fierce 11-day war between Hamas and Israel, reconstruction on the devastated Gaza Strip is mostly on hold. Negotiations continue over what supplies can be allowed in.

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A Tech Firm Has Blocked Some Governments From Using Its Spyware Over Misuse Claims

Thursday, July 29, 2021

The Israeli firm is under scrutiny after reports its products were used by countries seeking to spy on dissidents and leaders.

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What The Delta Variant And Vaccinations Look Like In Brazil, South Africa And Israel

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

A look at how the delta variant and vaccine efforts are shaping the course of the coronavirus through three places - Brazil, South Africa and Israel and the Palestinian territories.

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Ben & Jerry's Says It Will Stop Ice Cream Sales In Occupied Territories

Monday, July 19, 2021

The company said sales in the Palestinian territories are "inconsistent" with its values. Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett called the move "morally wrong" and vowed to fight it.

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Street Violence Between Israeli Jews And Arabs Has Calmed, But The Scars Remain

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

The street violence between Israeli Jews and Arabs inside the neighborhoods they've been sharing has calmed, but the scars remain — and so have attitudes about any chance for coexistence.

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Netanyahu's Legacy After 12 Years As Israel's Prime Minister

Monday, June 14, 2021

Benjamin Netanyahu ends the longest term for any Israeli prime minister, 12 years, with a history of alliance with U.S. Republicans.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Fights To Stay In Office

Monday, June 07, 2021

A week before Israel may install a new prime minister, Netanyahu is urging his supporters to pressure other right-wing lawmakers to withdraw their support. Officials fear there could be violence.

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Gaza Coffee Shop Owner Determined To Run His Business After Conflict In His Home

Saturday, June 05, 2021

A few days before the fighting started between Israel and Hamas, a Gaza entrepreneur opened a sleek new coffee shop. He's still determined to make a go of it.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu May Be On His Way Out. What Happens Next?

Wednesday, June 02, 2021

Israeli politicians from the right and left and an Arab party say they've reached an agreement to form a new government that casts out Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. But it's not yet a done deal.

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Israeli Opposition Parties Say They Have Finalized A Deal To Oust Netanyahu

Wednesday, June 02, 2021

A coalition opposed to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says they've finalized a deal to oust him from office. A vote in parliament is expected in days to install his replacement.

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A Look At Naftali Bennett, The Man Poised To End Netanyahu's Rule

Monday, May 31, 2021

Naftali Bennett is poised to end Benjamin Netanyahu's 12-year run as Israel's prime minister. The hardline conservative and former settler leader once vowed that Palestinians would never have a state.

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Rivals Join Forces In An Attempt To End Netanyahu's 12 Years In Power

Monday, May 31, 2021

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is close to losing his job. A coalition of the opposition agrees on almost nothing — except that he should go.

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What An Ousted Benjamin Netanyahu Could Mean For Israel

Sunday, May 30, 2021

The leaders of two opposition parties in Israel say they will form a coalition government — a move that would end Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's time in power.

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Donors Look To Keep Supplies From Militants In Gaza's Rebuilding Efforts

Sunday, May 30, 2021

The U.S. says it will ensure international aid to rebuild Gaza will not go to Hamas militants following their war with Israel. But Palestinian contractors say the strict monitoring system is futile.

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Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire, Reached Last Week, Continues To Hold

Monday, May 24, 2021

In Gaza, which faced the brunt of the fighting, crews are sifting through the rubble from a conflict that authorities say killed more than 240 people in Gaza and 12 people in Israel.

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22 Members Of One Family Killed In Gaza

Sunday, May 23, 2021

Days of airstrikes have left thousands of Gazans homeless and grieving.

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During Cease-Fire, Gaza Left With Pain And Destruction

Saturday, May 22, 2021

On the second day of the cease-fire between Israel and Hamas, Palestinians in Gaza are surveying the destruction caused by Israeli air strikes.

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The Bombing Has Stopped, But Pain And Destruction Remain In Gaza City

Friday, May 21, 2021

Fully intact buildings stood right next to where others had been flattened. Families walked together in the streets, dressed-up in fancy clothes to visit relatives for Eid.

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What Gaza Looked Like On The 1st Day Of Cease-Fire

Friday, May 21, 2021

The first day of calm after 11 days of Israeli airstrikes left Gazans surveying the damage and reuniting with family. Gazan officials say the strikes killed at least 240 people.

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Updates From Israel And Gaza After The Cease-Fire

Friday, May 21, 2021

In the first hours after a cease-fire between Hamas and Israel, each side takes a look at the aftermath.

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