Yair Lapid, the leader of the Yesh Atid party that placed second in Israeli elections on Tuesday, following the poll said: “Israelis have said ‘No’
A more than 70 percent majority of the United Nations General assembly members voted in favour of non-member observer status for the Palestinian
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
Military communication isn’t what it used to be. The Israeli Army is taking a whole new approach.
It is using Internet social networks in an effort
Calling for the cutting of all contact with Tel Aviv hundreds of Egyptians, angry about Israel’s strikes against Gaza, are protesting in Cairo
Once again the Israeli-Hamas conflict has erupted into violence and the bloodshed looks set to climb over the coming days.
As rockets continue to
Rumours regularly surface that Israel is close to launching a military strike on Iran over its nuclear programme which immediately leads to counter
These are turbulent times for Israel as developments in Iran, Egypt and Syria raise questions over security and Middle East stability.
Unlike other Arab dictators, Syria’s Bashar al-Assad continues to resist being overthrown. Despite the civil war, thousands dead, attacks against the
In this edition of U Talk, Sarah, from Lyon, France, asks: “Why can Israel participate in European League football?”
Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, has been talking to euronews about water and the part it has played in the conflict with Israel.
Euronews: Mr. Vilnai, you are in charge of the security of the Israeli people. Sixty three years have passed since the independence of Israel. There
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, in an interview with euronews, has made clear that he will not be deterred by American opposition to
The long awaited UN General Assembly in which the Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, presented his request for full UN membership, came and went
Turkey’s relations with Israel have been strained as the row over gas exploration in the eastern Mediterranean has escalated.
After decades of Israeli occupation, years of violent intifadas and failed peace efforts, the Palestinians prepare to seek UN recognition as an
Ramallah’s construction industry is booming, and is seen as a symbol of economic growth in the West Bank.
The IMF and World bank praise the
Thousands Attend Rabbi’s Funeral of Bne Brak in Israel (filmed by Watten).
A few days after the clashes on the cease-fire line between Syria and Israel, calm seems to have returned to Majdal Shams. This is in the Golan
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has made clear that he intends to take the question of statehood to the United Nations this September, unless
What is holding up the negotiation process between the Israelis and the Palestinians? ‘Medays’, a forum in Tangier organised by Moroccan think tank