Iceland's punk rock band Hatari controversially raised scarves showing Palestinian flags during the announcement of their results in Eurovision 2019, which took place in Tel Aviv making it the first time Israel hosted the event in 20 years.
Turkey and the Palestinian Authority have condemned the Israeli prime minister's pledge to extend sovereignty over the West Bank
The decision was linked to a Jan. 31 deadline set by new U.S. legislation under which foreign aid recipients would be more exposed to anti-terrorism lawsuits.
After 60 Palestinians were killed, Nikki Haley says Israel showed more restraint than other countries would have.
In this edition of The Brief from Brussels we bring you a report on the debate in the European Parliament about the current situation in the Gaza
Diplomats from six Arab countries have pledged to seek international recognition of an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital.
Bassem Tamimi says his daughter Ahed is attracting headlines worldwide because she doesn't look like a typical Palestinian freedom fighter
New legislation deals a fresh blow to hopes of a two-state solution to the conflict with the Palestinians.
The funerals of two men shot dead in clashes with Israeli troops have been held in Gaza.
Hundreds rally in the French capital against the visit of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
A Day of Rage across the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip turns violent. At least one person has been killed and dozens injured, reports suggest.
The militant group Hamas has called for a new uprising against Israel and a 'day of rage' this Friday.
All Palestinian factions have called for a general strike and protest rallies on Thursday, ahead of a ‘day of rage’ on Friday.
There have been celebratory scenes in both Gaza and the West Bank after Hamas and Fatah
signed a reconciliation deal.
The initial agreement aims to
Palestinian rival factions Hamas and Fatah have reached a deal over political reconciliation and details will be released at a news conference later
Thousands of people attended a traditional Jewish blessing at the Western Wall in Jerusalem to celebrate the holiday of Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles).
The Palestinian cabinet has met in the Gaza Strip for the first time in three years.
The organisation made the announcement via Twitter
Investigation underway and security stepped up in Israel, but PM Netanyahu blames 'Palestinian incitement' for deadly attack.
Repeated attempts at reconciliation have failed since the Islamist Hamas group drove forces loyal to President Abbas from the Gaza Strip in 2007.
A brand new Museum dedicated to Palestinian art, culture and history
Elor Azaria was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 18 months in jail for shooting dead an incapacitated Palestinian assailant in Hebron.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has laid the foundation stone for a new Jewish settlement in the West Bank, angering the Palestinians and their international supporters.
An Israeli military court has rejected the appeal of a former Israeli soldier against manslaughter charges for killing a wounded and incapacitated Palestinian assailant.
Despite the scenes of joy there is uncertainty over the overall Palestinian stance on Israeli security measures.
Chaotic scenes at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque as thousands of Muslims poured through the gates to pray