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Antony Blinken's Israel-Palestine visit comes amid rising tension
The top diplomat's visit comes amid heightened tensions after Israeli soldiers sealed off the family home Sunday of a 21-year-old Palestinian, Khayri Alqam, who killed seven people near a synagogue in east Jerusalem on Friday.
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.
Orthodox celebrate Christmas in Russia & Ukraine in shadow of war
Both Russian and Ukrainian presidents marked the occasion, with Vladimir Putin calling for a 36-hour ceasefire and Volodymyr Zelensky hailing Ukrainians for their fighting spirit.
Bethlehem rebounds from pandemic, lifting Christmas spirits
Tourism is the economic lifeblood of the town in the occupied West Bank, and for the past two years the pandemic kept international visitors away.
Al Jazeera asks court to investigate killing of Shireen Abu Akleh
The news outlet has accused Israel of specifically targeting its journalists.
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.
Munich massacre at 50: What happened at the 1972 Olympics?
Today marks 50 years since a massacre at the 1972 Olympics in Munich. Here's all you need to know about what happened.
West Bank's Oktoberfest toasts region's only female brewmaster
The annual Oktoberfest this weekend at Taybeh brewery in the occupied West Bank is unique in many ways, but it can also boast about the fact it is run by the only female brewmaster in the Middle East.
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 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.
UN says Israeli forces shot and killed journalist Shireen Abu Akleh
The well-known American-Palestinian correspondent was shot and killed while reporting in the West Bank last month.
Brussels to 'rapidly' release delayed EU funds for Palestinian schools
A months-long dispute around the content of textbooks effectively blocked the whole package of financial aid.
Israeli military kills Palestinian militant in operation in Jenin
The Israeli military kill a Palestinian militant in an operation at the home of the gunman who killed three in Tel Aviv on Thursday.
Famed Manger Square Christmas tree lit up
The West Bank city of Bethlehem marked the start of the festive season Saturday by lighting up its Christmas tree in Manger Square.
School kids in Gaza City are getting lessons from a robot teacher
The bot assistant is the “first of its kind” in the Palestinian enclave which has been under blockade since 2007.
Gaza City: Palestinian amputees take the plunge
Palestinian amputees compete in a swimming competition organised by the Palestinian Paralympic Committee, at the first internationally sized semi-Olympic pool in the Gaza Strip. They are hoping to be selected to represent the national team in future tournaments.
Cannes Jury Prize goes to Israeli film about Palestinian activist
Ahed's Knee is about "a country that should have been different, that could have been different," its director said.
Ben & Jerry's to stop sales in Palestinian territories
The announcement was one of the strongest and highest-profile rebukes by a well-known company of Israel’s policy of settling its citizens on war-won lands.
Palestinians cancel vaccines deal with Israel over expiry dates
The Palestinian Authority has cancelled a deal with Israel to receive about one million Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines saying the doses are about to expire.
Aid reached Gaza as Israel-Palestinian ceasefire enters second day
The ceasefire agreement came into effect on Friday, officially closing the worst round of violence since 2014, which has killed at least 230 Palestinians and 12 Israelis.