Israeli soliders kill 12-year-old boy at Gaza protest
Two boys among 7 Palestinian protesters killed by Israeli soldiers during weekly Gaza protests.
The Israeli Defense Forces said the activist "stood among the rioters whilst they carried out violence against the security forces", adding that they would investigate the incident.
A Palestinian teen who rose to prominence after footage of her slapping and kicking a fully-armed Israeli soldier went viral, has been released from prison.
Ahed Tamimi was jailed late last year after she was filmed kicking and slapping an Israeli soldier in the occupied West Bank.
Hamas and Israel agree on ceasefire after strikes
A vote of 62-55 was passed after months of political argument, to declare only Jews have the right of self-determination in the country. This is something members of the Arab minority calls racist and verging on apartheid
Gaza ceasefire largely holding, UN says
Remote work offers hope to Gaza residents
Prince William honours holocaust victims during Israel visit
Watch the video to see five examples of when video footage has provoked condemnation or convictions of Israelis or Palestinians.
A Europe-bound boat carrying 17 passengers, some of whom were injured in recent clashes with Israeli forces, has been captured a short distance from the Gaza port.
The tightrope is 1400m above sea level in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park
The 82-year-old was hospitalised for a third time in a week on Sunday after he received minor ear surgery last Tuesday.
President Abbas was urged to seek further treatment following an earlier infection which failed to heal.
The deadly violence on the Gaza border on Monday — the bloodiest in years — has its roots in the Nakba, which happened 70 years ago today.
More than 250 high-profile figures have signed a manifesto in France condemning the rise of anti-semitism in the country, and call for action to be taken before "France is no longer France".
President Reuven Rivlin, Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman attended a military ceremony
West Bank teen, Ahed Tamimi, gets eight months in prison for slapping and kicking Israeli soldiers after a plea deal that helped her avoid more serious charges.
The man was working for the French consulate in Jerusalem and was allegedly using his diplomatic vehicle to smuggle weapons into the Gaza Strip.