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Israeli settlers vow to fight Christmas Day eviction

Dozens of Jewish settlers and their supporters have vowed to resist the imminent eviction of an illegal outpost in the West Bank, after recently rejecting a government relocation deal to move to a nea

Dozens of Jewish settlers and their supporters have vowed to resist the imminent eviction of an illegal outpost in the West Bank, after recently rejecting a government relocation deal to move to a nea

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UNESCO moves to calm tensions with Israel

The UN’s cultural agency UNESCO has moved to try to calm tensions with Israel after the country’s cut cooperation with it on Friday.

The UN’s cultural agency UNESCO has moved to try to calm tensions with Israel after the country’s cut cooperation with it on Friday.

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Shimon Peres and the Oslo Accord

Twenty three years ago, on 13 September in Washington DC there was widespread euphoria.

Twenty three years ago, on 13 September in Washington DC there was widespread euphoria.

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Israeli cabinet holds minute's silence for Peres

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has led his cabinet in a minute’s silence following the death of former Israeli President and Prime Minister Shimon…

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has led his cabinet in a minute’s silence following the death of former Israeli President and Prime Minister Shimon…

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Shimon Peres: A hawk and a dove

After a political career lasting almost 70 years, impressions of Shimon Peres remain mixed, especially in Israel… and for good reason.

After a political career lasting almost 70 years, impressions of Shimon Peres remain mixed, especially in Israel… and for good reason.

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Kerry and Abbas in Paris talks on Middle East peace

US Secretary of State John Kerry met Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Paris on Saturday to discuss efforts to move toward a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian…

US Secretary of State John Kerry met Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Paris on Saturday to discuss efforts to move toward a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian…

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Soccer for peace

The prime Minister of Israel and the chairman of the Palestinian Authority decide there is only one logical way to resolve the longest running conflict in modern history: a soccer…

The prime Minister of Israel and the chairman of the Palestinian Authority decide there is only one logical way to resolve the longest running conflict in modern history: a soccer…

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Israel and Turkey end six-year diplomatic rift

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.

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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No Jewish or Palestinian expectations from Paris summit

In Jerusalem and around Israel it seems no-one is expecting much from the Paris Mideast Summit, with the official line being that it is doomed to…

In Jerusalem and around Israel it seems no-one is expecting much from the Paris Mideast Summit, with the official line being that it is doomed to…

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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.

Paris wants countries to commit to a framework to get the absent participants back around the table for negotiations.

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Palestinian woman shot dead after car ramming attack - Israeli army

Israeli forces say they have shot dead a Palestinian woman who drove a car into an Israeli soldier in the West Bank on Friday. He is not thought to

Israeli forces say they have shot dead a Palestinian woman who drove a car into an Israeli soldier in the West Bank on Friday. He is not thought to

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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

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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Gunshots, grenades and anger in Jerusalem

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.

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.

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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

Israel is suspending contact with EU bodies involved in peace efforts with Palestinians. It comes after the bloc published new guidelines for

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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.”

US Secretary of State John Kerry has denounced the recent spate of knife attacks and car-rammings committed against Israelis as “acts of terrorism.”