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Dutch frustration with Russia grows increasingly personal. Plus the latest on the Mideast conflict.
In Gaza, more than 225,000 Palestinians are packed into shelters, according to the United Nations.
Most people can't find clean water and Gaza's only power plant has been destroyed in recent days.
Now Israel is indicating there are more phases to come in this conflict.
CNN’s Karl Penhaul reports.
Stephen Hadley, National Security Adviser to President George W. Bush, discusses the Obama administration's response to the conflict in Gaza.
**Hadley serves on the Board of Directors for Raytheon, the principal contractor of the Iron Dome, Israel's missile defense system.
Ambassador Maen Rashid Areikat, Palestinian Representative to the U.S., says Palestinians are in an open air prison as Israel continues bombing Gaza.
Sr. Foreign Policy Adviser to Netanyahu, Dore Gold, discusses the civilians caught in the middle of the violence in Gaza.
For just the third time, ever, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has raised the travel alert to level three, warning against non-essential travel to Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.
The Ebola death toll passed 700 on Thursday, 1,300 people have contracted the virus and it's not showing any signs of slowing down.
Among the sick are two Americans who may come home.
U.S. officials are in on-going talks about getting the Americans out of West Africa, and one of them may have just given up his only chance of survival to save the other.
CNN's Pamela brown reports.