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Further clashes over East Jerusalem holy site
Further clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces over the introduction of new security measures at a holy site in East Jerusalem.
Israeli PM and Central European states attack EU
Israel's prime minister caught making undiplomatic remarks in closed-door session with central European leaders.
Two police officers among five killed in Jerusalem shooting
Footage has emerged of gunmen shooting dead two Israeli police officers outside one of Jerusalem’s holiest and most sensitive sites in the early
Five dead in Jerusalem shooting
Two police officers have died in a shooting outside Jerusalem's holiest site. The three gunmen were killed at the scene.
Kushner in Middle East
President Donald Trump's special adviser and son-in-law has been in Israel and the West Bank to talk peace
Gaza struggles under blockade
The International Committee of the Red Cross has warned that Gaza is at risk of systemic collapse as it struggles on with barely any electricity.Ongoing divisions between Fatah and Hamas mean that t
US new ambassador to Israel visits Jerusalem
It is highly unusual for a new envoy to visit the holy site just hours after arriving in Israel.
Palestinians mark 69th Nakba anniversary
Palestinians across the West Bank and Gaza have marked the anniversary of Nakba, the day Israel was created 69 years ago.
“How many Jews would I have to kill to avenge my brother?”
Ali Abu Awwad was 15 when he first took up arms to fight in the ranks of Fatah during the first Intifada.
Giving peace a chance: Abbas is ready to meet Netanyahu
The Palestinian President is prepared to hold talks with Israel's PM, under the sponsorship of US leader Donald Trump.
Hamas accepts Palestinian state along 1967 borders
The Palestinian movement Hamas has declared for the first time its willingness to accept a Palestinian state along the 1967 borders, without recognising Israel.
'The occupation of Palestine dehumanises Israel'
“The occupation of Palestine is not only a serious attack on Palestinian rights and humanitarian standards – it is a cancer that will ultimately destroy democracy in Israel”, says Daniel Bar-Tal, a 71
Palestinians demand sanctions against Israel over new settlement
Palestinians demanded international sanctions against Israel on Friday over its approval of the first officially authorised new settlement in the occupied West Bank for over two…
Palestinian activists clash with Israeli security forces on Land Day
Residents of the West Bank village of Madama, south of the city of Nablus, on Thursday marked ‘Land Day’ along with Palestinian activists.
Israel / Palestine: new settlements in occupied West Bank
Israel's security cabinet on Thursday approved the building of the first new settlement in the occupied West Bank in two decades, even as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu negotiates with Washington o
Israeli-Palestinian conflict top of agenda at Arab leader's summit
The 21 kings, presidents and top officials gathered on the Jordanian side of the Dead Sea, with a clear view of the Israeli-occupied West Bank on the opposite shore.
Palestinian Authority president meets senior EU figures in Brussels
Talks centred on the two-state solution as the only viable answer to the conflict in the Middle East.
47 Soul the sound of modern Palestine
Palestinian band 47 Soul on tour in Europe
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.
Israel plans 2,500 new West Bank settlement homes
Israel has announced plans for 2,500 more settlement homes in the occupied West Bank.
Palestinian President Abbas says U.S. Embassy move would hurt peace
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas discussed the Middle East with Pope Francis on Saturday and said prospects for peace there will suffer if
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
360 video: tension in the heart of holy Hebron
Hebron is one of the most volatile places in the occupied West Bank.
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.
Israel suspends cooperation with UNESCO
Israel has suspended cooperation with UNESCO.
Shimon Peres and the Oslo Accord
Twenty three years ago, on 13 September in Washington DC there was widespread euphoria.