Israeli police have shot dead two Palestinian militants who, armed with axes and knives, entered a Jerusalem synagogue and killed four Israelis.
From Jerusalem, the number 19 bus takes you along the Israeli-built wall and through a kind of no-man’s land to get to Ramallah. Often Palestinians
The International Committee of the Red Cross has hit out at Israel’s policy of targeting power plants on the Gaza strip.
The International aid
Euronews’ special correspondent in Gaza, Valérie Gauriat, reports on the strange reality of life in the territory
Back to the hotel, one of those
US diplomacy is showing clear signs of Mideast fatigue.
Hamas rockets lace the sky into Israel, Israel returns fire against the Palestinians
Israel’s bombardment of Gaza has resumed.
This came after the political and military wings in the Palestinian territory’s ruling Islamist party
After years of Palestinian division between the Fatah group and Hamas, who controlled the Gaza Strip, a reconciliation agreement was concluded and a
As the dust settles between Gaza and Israel, each side is seeking to portray itself in a positive light after the ceasefire deal. In spite of the
Looking back, four years ago Israel had more diplomatic manoeuvring room than now. But then, by the time its three week military offensive into the
The European Union’s policy towards Gaza and the Palestinian Authority’s attitude to the conflict in Syria are just two of the topics raised in an
To discuss the decision of the Palestinian authority to ask for recognition of a Palestinian state at the United Nations, and the consequences of