RT America -- July 30, 2014

Power, water and other necessary resources are becoming increasingly inaccessible to many Gaza residents as Israel continues its assault on the small territory. Experts do not expect the growing humanitarian crisis to lessen anytime soon, and they warn the situation may grow even worse. RT’s Manila Chan learns more by speaking with Khalil Alwazer, a human rights attorney in Gaza.

3D printing may soon revolutionize warfare. The Army is working on a project to “print” warheads, modernizing the manufacturing process of the complex devices that have not dramatically changed since WWII. Allowing for intricate designs to control “detonation physics,” blasts radiuses and other aspects of the explosive capsules can be tailor-made for specific circumstances. RT’s Meghan Lopez takes a look at the innovative plans