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Israel bombards Gaza in the most intense fighting since 2014
The Israeli army said its overnight operation involved fighter jets and tanks hitting a Hamas tunnel network dug under civilian areas.
Israel guilty of apartheid and persecution, says rights watchdog
Human Rights Watch joins a growing number of rights groups who view the conflict not primarily as a land dispute but as a single regime in which Palestinians are systematically denied basic rights granted to Jews.
Saeb Erekat, longtime spokesman for Palestinians, dies at 65
Saeb Erekat, a veteran peace negotiator and prominent international spokesman for the Palestinians for more than three decades, died on Tuesday, weeks after being infected by the coronavirus.
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UAE agrees to normalise ties with Israel
UAE agrees to normalise ties with Israel in bid to halt West Bank annexation
Israel’s annexation plans 'illegal': UN human rights chief
The consequences are likely to be "disastrous for the Palestinians, for Israel itself, and for the wider region," warns UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet.
Germany warns Israel against West Bank annexation plans
"Annexation would not be compatible with international law," German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said in Jerusalem, calling instead for "a negotiated, consensual two-state solution".
Palestinians need business and opportunity more than a flawed Middle East peace plan ǀ View
Rather than a top-down solution crafted in Washington DC (a strategy that has failed for three decades), the world should focus on “quick wins” to reinvigorate the Palestinian economy and increase startup programmes, business ties and social integration between Israelis and Palestinians.
'It's an Israeli plan in an American envelope,' says Palestinian MP
The US administration’s long-awaited Middle East peace plan risks actually destroying the potential for peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians, a prominent Palestinian lawmaker told Euronews.
The Brief: EU's role in the Palestine's dream of statehood
Ahead Israel's deadline to form a new government, Euronews traveled to the West Bank by invitation from the EU. The bloc's role in the region is in question, after the US policy shift away from the two-state solution.
Watch: Kushner opens controversial Middle East peace workshop
Jared Kushner opens 'peace to prosperity workshop' in Bahrain.
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Palestinian representative to UK slams Kushner peace plan
In an interview with Euronews, Husam Zomlot Head of Palestinian Mission to the UK, and formerly ambassador to Washington, has blasted Jared Kushner's so called Prosperity to Peace plan set to be unveiled today an a special conference in Bahrain.
Trump's economic plan for Mideast peace met with widespread rejection
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said focusing on economic issues "is unacceptable before the political situation is discussed."
Iceland's Hatari raises Palestinian flags during Eurovision results
Iceland's punk rock band Hatari controversially raised scarves showing Palestinian flags during the announcement of their results in Eurovision 2019, which took place in Tel Aviv making it the first time Israel hosted the event in 20 years.
New government for Palestinian Authority
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud has sworn in a new prime minister but his appointment has been criticised by Hamas
Israel reopens Gaza crossing after "Great March of Return” protests
Israel reopened its commercial crossing with the Gaza Strip on Sunday, a day after a smaller than expected Palestinian protest along the border.
What Trump’s decision on Jerusalem means for those living in the city
US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital in December deepened divides between Israelis and the Palestinian people. NBC Left Field went there to find out what people thought of the move.
Israeli settlers evicted after lengthy court battle
Israeli police have evicted dozens of Jewish settlers from 15 homes in the West Bank outpost of Netiv Ha’avot.
Israeli–Palestinian conflict: 4,500 pairs of shoes displayed to repres
Activists have laid out 4,500 pairs of shoes in front of the Council of the European Union — one for every life lost in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict over the last decade
Gaza City mourns 8-month-old Layla Al Ghandour
The baby girl is among dozens of victims following Monday's clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli troops, the region's worst day of violence in four years.
As it happened this morning: Monday 14 May
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Security is stepped up ahead of Jerusalem embassy move
Israel is stepping up security ahead of the opening on Monday of the new US Embassy in Jerusalem
Trump delegation arrives in Israel ahead of controversial embassy opening
President Donald Trump’s daughter and son-in-law have arrived in Israel ahead of the controversial opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem.
Three more killed in Gaza protest
Israeli troops shot dead three protesters along the Gaza border on Friday, Gaza medics said, hours after the United Nations human rights chief criticised Israel for using "excessive force" against demonstrators.
Mike Pence visits Western Wall amid tension with Palestinians
Palestinians in Jerusalem closed up shop in protest against Pence's visit, a day after the vice president said the US would open its embassy there by the end of next year.
US to withhold over half $125m aid for Palestinians, says official
US to withhold $65m of $125m it gives to UN relief agency for Palestinians, say officials
Rabbi calls Lorde a bigot in full-page advert
Outspoken rabbi Shmuley Boteach published an advert in the Washington Post calling Lorde a bigot after the singer cancelled a concert in Israel.