Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh on what it will take to end the bloody conflict in Gaza.
Then, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin on securing the crash site of Flight 17 and his country’s fight against pro-Russian rebels.
Plus, an exclusive interview with Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes on the world crises facing the White House.
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By CNN's Tracey Webb
Your daily scoop of what State of the Union is watching today, July 24, 2014.
1. Israel-Gaza conflict. A strike on a U.N. shelter in northern Gaza has killed and injured multiple people. The Israeli military acknowledges was engaged in combat with Hamas in the area of the shelter at the time, but that it is reviewing the incident and a rocket fired by Hamas could be responsible. U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon said he was "appalled" by the violence. Meanwhile Secretary of State John Kerry is continuing his shuttle diplomacy in the Middle East to try and broker a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas.
By CNN's Tracey Webb
Your daily scoop of what State of the Union is watching today, July 23, 2014
1. MH17 victims. The country that suffered the biggest loss in the shoot-down of Flight 17 paused for a national day of mourning as the remains of 40 Dutch victims were returned home. 193 of the 298 people aboard the plane were from the Netherlands. The country's king and queen led the nation of 17 million in a solemn tribute. Thousands of people lined the route where hearses made their way to a forensics lab. Examination and identification of the bodies is expected to take months.
Steve Inskeep, Peter Beinart, L.Z. Granderson and Michael Crowley weigh in on whether Vladimir Putin is reviving the Cold War.
Homeland Security chair Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) thinks President Obama needs to put more pressure on Vladimir Putin.
Robert Turner, Director of Operations for UNRWA in Gaza, describes the humanitarian situation in Gaza.
Senate Intelligence Chair Dianne Feinstein demands Putin "man up" and take responsibility for Russia's role in MH17 crash.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu talks about the fighting between Israel and Gaza and explains what it will take for it to stop.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says "drunken separatists" are interfering with the MH17 investigation. Kerry also demanded Russia to "step up, publicly" and join the search for the truth.
Secretary of State John Kerry speaks to CNN's Candy Crowley about the increasing Russia/Ukraine tensions.