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Hamas again leads Gaza boycott of Palestinian local elections
Palestinians go to the polls for the first time since 2012 today in the West Bank, again without the participation of Hamas, which is not allowing any vote in the Gaza Strip.
Israel accuses Barghouti of breaking hunger strike
Israel claims Barghouti has broken his hunger strike
Israel sued for millions over 2015 firebomb attack
Relatives of a Palestinian family killed in a 2015 firebomb attack blamed on Jewish settlers are suing the Israeli government for damages.
Israel a step closer to becoming a "Jewish state"
Israel's cabinet has breathed fresh life into attempts to codify the country's status as a Jewish state. A ministerial committee has approved a revised version of a bill first proposed in 2011.
Hamas elects Ismail Haniyeh to lead political office
The Palestinian movement Hamas has elected Ismail Haniyeh to lead its political office.
UNESCO: Israel is "occupying power" of Jerusalem
UNESCO member states have endorsed a contentious resolution referring to Israel as the "occupying power" of Jerusalem.
Trump reassures Abbas at the White House
The US president has vowed to work on brokering peace between the Israelis and Palestinians.
Palestinians react after Hamas unveils new charter
There has been reaction in Gaza and the West Bank after Hamas unveiled its new charter.
Israel-Germany spat over minister's meeting with NGOs
A diplomatic row has broken out between Israel and Germany.
Inmates begin hunger strike on Palestinian Prisoners' Day
Palestinians march on Prisoners' Day in solidarity with an open-ended hunger strike by inmates in Israel.
'Peace Through the Eye of a Needle'
Two Neighbors fashion peace between Israel and the Palestinians
Outrage as Israel approves first new West Bank settlement in 20 years
The Israeli government backed the construction despite talks with Washington on possibly curbing settlement activity.
Police evacuate Israeli houses judged to be on Palestinian land
Nine houses in a Jewish town in the West Bank are evacuated after Israel's Supreme Court rules they were illegally built on Palestinian land.
Palestinians horrified to see state slipping away
President Donald Trump's lack of commitment to a 2-state peace solution between Israel and the Palestinians has dismayed the latter, and raises doubts about their future as a people.
Residents evacuated from flooded Gaza camp
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Grobe: Netanyahu's visit comes at a time of turmoil
The Euronews correspondent in Washington gives us his take on today's much-anticipated meeting between the leaders of the US and Israel.
US-Israel: is Trump backing away from a two-state deal?
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
Hamas elects Yahya Sinwar as Gaza leader
The Palestinian group Hamas has elected a commander of its armed wing as overall leader in Gaza.
Palestinian wounds four in attack at Israeli market, police
At least four people have been injured after a Palestinian man opened fire at an Israeli market, authorities said.
Rights groups challenge controversial new Israeli settler law
Rights groups in Israel have petitioned the country’s Supreme Court against a new law which legalises settler homes built on privately owned Palestinian land in the occupied West…
Abbas says Israel is building a single, apartheid state
Abbas pours scorn on Israeli settlement vote
The West Bank reacts to Israel's settlement legislation
Israel’s move to retroactively legalise thousands of settler homes in the West Bank has proved contentious.
Israeli Knesset votes in favour of legalising 4,000 settler homes
The Israeli parliament has approved a controversial bill to “legalise” some 4,000 settler homes built on privately owned Palestinian land in the occupied West…
West Bank: last home cleared in illegal Amona settlement
Authorities reported at least 32 police officers have been injured during the planned evacuation which lasted two days.
Israeli police evict settlers from illegal Amona outpost
Around 330 settlers live in Amona, the largest of numerous outposts built without official authorisation on privately-owned Palestinian land.
Clashes as Israeli soldiers enforce eviction of Amona settlement
There have been clashes as Israeli security forces began the eviction of more than 300 Jewish settlers from the outpost of Amona in the occupied West Bank.