The Euronews correspondent in Washington gives us his take on today's much-anticipated meeting between the leaders of the US and Israel.
US President Donald Trump has welcomed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Washington for a much-anticipated meeting that observers say could shape the contours of future policy in the Middle
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Speaking in Washington, the US Secretary of State said that the construction of Israeli settlements in the West Bank endangers peace.
Plans for hundreds of new homes for Jews in mainly Arab East Jerusalem have been dropped by the city council on the personal request of the Israeli prime minister.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has reacted angrily to the US abstention on a UN resolution condeming settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Christian pilgrims from around the world have been gathering this Christmas Eve in Bethlehem – revered as the birthplace of Jesus.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says his country will re-assess its ties with the United Nations, after the Security Council adopted a resolution demanding an end to Israeli settlement buil
Donald Trump’s foreign policy may seem like a great leap into the dark for the Middle East. His campaign speeches on the region have been blurred
With Arab world conflicts so often making headlines, the terms Shia and Sunni – the two main branches of Islam – are now familiar to many non-Muslims following world news, even if the characteristics
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Israeli police have shot and killed two Palestinians accused of opening fire on traffic in Jerusalem
The International Energy Agency (IEA) says the price of oil is unlikely to return to $80 a barrel (74.83 euros) before the end of the decade. This is
Israel has continued to tighten security across the county in response to a surge in shootings and stabbings. Roadblocks have been put in place
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Disputes in Jerusalem have escalated for the third day as clashes between Palestinian youths and Israeli police were witnessed on Tuesday
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Afghanistan’s top ISIL commander has been killed by a US air strike in the east of the country, officials claim. Hafez Saeed would be the fourth
Russia’s major wheat-producing region of Rostov, in the south, risks falling as much as 20% short of harvest targets if it fails to receive enough
As the US-led coalition continues to hit ISIL targets in Iraq and Syria, the Obama administration’s strategy against the jihadists is becoming ever
Tony Blair, a former British prime minister, is to step down as a Quartet representative in the Middle East, the organisation has announced. It comes
Clashes erupted between people marking Jerusalem Day – the anniversary of Israel’s capture of the eastern part of the city during the 1967 Middle
Saudi Arabia is to undergo a serious reshuffle of power. King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, at the helm since January 2015, has broken with tradition and
The Greek-Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem performed the traditional “washing of the feet” ceremony outside the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in
Residents of the Iraqi capital Baghdad seemed pleased ten years of nighttime curfew are over. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the decision
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