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Israel has sealed off the city of Hebron in the occupied West Bank after an upsurge in violence.
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Israel and Turkey’s deal to normalise ties, ending a six-year diplomatic rift, will boost the Israeli economy, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said.
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Israelis and Palestinians skip Paris peace talks
Paris wants countries to commit to a framework to get the absent participants back around the table for negotiations.
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A summit of foreign ministers in Paris today (June 3) hopes to revive Israeli-Palestinian peace talks which stalled in 2014.
Palestinians open fire on traffic in Jerusalem as series of attacks continue
Israeli police have shot and killed two Palestinians accused of opening fire on traffic in Jerusalem
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UN Human Rights watchdog for the Palestinians resigns
The UN’s Special Rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories has resigned, saying he has never been allowed to visit the West Bank or
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Israeli police shot dead a Palestinian they said tried to stab an officer near Jerusalem's Old City on Saturday, the latest in a spate of street attacks in the occupied territories.
Israel suspends ties with EU bodies amid food labelling spat
Israel is suspending contact with EU bodies involved in peace efforts with Palestinians. It comes after the bloc published new guidelines for
John Kerry denounces 'acts of terrorism' against Israelis
US Secretary of State John Kerry has denounced the recent spate of knife attacks and car-rammings committed against Israelis as “acts of terrorism.”
Grief and protest in the West Bank as seven Palestinians laid to rest
Thousands have attended a funeral procession in Hebron for five Palestinian teenagers killed in the recent upsurge of violence between Israel and
Video surveillance hailed as potential 'game-changer' in halting latest Middle East violence
Video surveillance is being hailed as a potential game changer in ending weeks of Israeli-Palestinian violence over the al-Aqsa mosque compound in