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It's the right time for the EU to bring peace to the Middle East
Gone are the times of US-led Middle East peace initiatives, which means Brussels should pick up the slack amid increasing tensions between Israel and Palestine, Stefano Stefanini writes.
Ten Palestinians killed, dozens wounded in West Bank raid
The Israeli military gave few details about its operation in the northern city of Nablus, known as a militant stronghold, where the army frequently operates.
Two dead in ramming attack in Jerusalem, including a child
Israeli authorities said the attacker was "neutralised" on the spot after a ramming attack in East Jerusalem. Two people died, including a child.
Five Palestinian gunmen killed in Israeli raid
Israeli forces killed five Palestinian gunmen in a raid on a West Bank refugee camp on Monday, Israeli security officials said, in a response to a botched attack on Israelis that was likely to further exacerbate tensions in the region.
Israel seals family home of Palestinian shooter
Israeli authorities have sealed off the family home of a 21-year-old Palestinian who killed seven people, a move that critics denounce as collective punishment.
Palestinian teen wounds two, day after seven killed in east Jerusalem
More unrest in Jerusalem after a Palestinian teenager opened fire near the historic city on Saturday morning.
Rockets fired from Gaza towards Israel after deadly West Bank raid
Rockets were fired by Gaza militants overnight as tensions soared following an Israeli raid in the occupied West Bank that killed nine Palestinians, including at least seven militants and a 61-year-old woman.
At least nine Palestinians killed including a 60-year-old woman
Israeli forces killed at least nine Palestinians, including a 60-year-old woman, during a raid in a flashpoint area of the occupied West Bank on Thursday.
Mourners carry body of Palestinian killed by Israeli forces
Mourners carry flag-draped body of a 16-year-old Palestinian who was the fourth Palestinian killed by Israeli forces in the Occupied West Bank since the start of the year.
Israel's Netanyahu back in power with hard-line government
Benjamin Netanyahu now heads a government comprised of a hard-line religious ultranationalist party dominated by West Bank settlers, two ultra-Orthodox parties and his nationalist Likud party in Israel.
Netanyahu presents incoming hard-line government's policy priorities
Benjamin Netanyahu’s incoming hard-line Israeli government put West Bank settlement expansion at the top of its priority list on Wednesday.
France condemns expulsion of Palestinian rights lawyer from Israel
Salah Hammouri was born in Jerusalem but holds French citizenship, and arrived in Paris on a flight from Israel on Sunday.
Al Jazeera takes killing of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh to the ICC
Any person or group can file a complaint to the ICC prosecutor for investigation, but the Hague-based court is not obliged to take them on. Israel said it would not cooperate with any external probe into Abu Akleh's death.
Incoming PM Netanyahu officially asked to form a government in Israel
The move paves the way for Netanyahu to seize back power following the recent election success of his right-wing alliance.
AI-powered guns being deployed by the Israeli army in the West bank
The artificial intelligence-powered guns can track targets to enhance accuracy when firing tear gas, stun grenades and sponge-tipped bullets.
Israeli army admits 'high possibility’ that soldier killed journalist
An Israeli investigation into the killing of the Al Jazeera journalist concluded that she was not deliberately targeted and shot accidentally.
Turkey's Erdogan vows Palestine support amid reconciling with Israel
Erdogan's Palestinian counterpart did not comment directly on the rapprochement between Turkey and Israel but thanked Ankara for its "unwavering" support to the Palestinians.
German police investigate Abbas' '50 Holocausts' remark
Chancellor Olaf Scholz had slammed the remarks, saying that "any relativisation of the singularity of the Holocaust is intolerable and unacceptable."
Israel-Gaza ceasefire holds after days of deadly violence
Israel and Islamic Jihad have reportedly held to an Egypt-brokered truce following days of violence which killed some 44 Palestinians, including children.
Israel vows Islamic Jihad 'will pay price' as jets flatten Gaza homes
Israeli warplanes stepped up strikes on Saturday with hits on four residential buildings in Gaza City, all locations apparently linked to Islamic Jihad militants.