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European Council President
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EU Environment Commissioner
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The Israeli government backed the construction despite talks with Washington on possibly curbing settlement activity.
Abbas pours scorn on Israeli settlement vote
The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas also had an audience with Pope Francis, with discussions on how peace can be achieved
The Israeli public is split following a guilty verdict in the Elor Azaria manslaughter case.
Leila Khaled is the first woman to hijack an airplane.
Israeli soldiers shot and killed a Palestinian woman who rammed a vehicle into a parked car near an Israeli settlement in the occupied West Bank on Friday, injuring two people sitting inside, the army
The Israeli and Palestinian presidents were both in Brussels on Thursday for talks with EU leaders.
A Palestinian woman has died in Gaza amid the worst flare-up of violence there with Israel since the war in 2014. Hospital sources say the
Thousands of Palestinians and Israeli Arabs held rallies on Wednesday to mark the 40th anniversary of “Land Day” – when protests against the Israeli
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A Palestinian school teacher, who grew up on a refugee camp, has won a prestigious education award worth about a million euros. Hanan Al Hroub
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 atmosphere of crisis is gaining ground in Israel, with at least four cities including Tel Aviv temporarily banning Arab labourers from working in
Israelis thwarted a number of attempted stabbings by Palestinians on Saturday in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. In the first attack in a Jewish
The upsurge in violence in the Middle East claims three more lives, reports suggest, prompting an emergency session of the UN Security Council.
Three Israelis have been stabbed by Palestinians in a series of attacks, two in Israel and one in East Jerusalem, according to authorities
Euronews correspondent Mohammed Shaikibrahim reports from Nablus in the West Bank where Israeli security forces entered overnight. It comes after
Thousands of Israeli right wingers, settlers and their supporters used the celebration at the end of the Sukkot holiday to urge the government to crackdown on rising violence in East Jerusalem.
The Palestinian flag was raised for the first time at the United Nations headquarters in New York. The ceremony took place weeks after the UN General
Palestinian leaders had called for ‘a day of rage’ And so it proved on Friday in Jerusalem and the West Bank, with anger on the streets in cities
The UN General Assembly has given overwhelming approval for Palestinians to raise their flag at the UN headquarters. Israel, along with seven other
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