The International Sand Sculpture Festival has opened in Ashkelon, Southern Israel to an excited public in spite of recent unrest in the region.
Israeli police fired grenades to disperse Palestinians during clashes outside Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque on Sunday.
As Israel prepares to host the Eurovision singing competition next week, many worry about the flare-up of violence nearby.
As Ramadan begins Palestinians say truce agreed in first step to lower tensions
An international welfare group evacuated dozens of animals languishing in a ramshackle Gaza zoo on Sunday to sanctuaries abroad, in the fourth and largest such rescue mission in the beleaguered, war-torn Palestinian enclave.
Israel reopens Gaza crossing after "Great March of Return” protests
Israel reopened its commercial crossing with the Gaza Strip on Sunday, a day after a smaller than expected Palestinian protest along the border.
A belated round-up for this month's best View articles which have been driving debate across Europe over the last few weeks.
Israeli planes strike Gaza City after long range missile attack
The EU, Arab nations and Japan have stepped in to avoid a funding shortfall for Gaza. But with Palestine is at boiling point, is there a better solution to alleviating the tension other than to invest in bringing peace to the region rather than cutting vital funding.
Israeli forces shoot dead one Palestinian man who was part of protests at the border with Gaza.
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.
Clashes erupted between Palestinian protesters and Israeli troops on Sunday near the West Bank village of al-Mughayyir.
Hamas claims the death brings to 220 the number of fatalities attributable to Israeli bullets since the protests began.
With the ongoing Israeli siege on the enclave, Palestinians in Gaza are prohibited from uniting with family members and visiting Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank.
Aid Zone looks at Gaza's medical system after the Great March of Return.
UN calls for restraint as tit-for-tat exchanges escalate
Seven Palestinians including a Hamas commander have been killed in an Israeli special forces operation inside Gaza. An Israeli soldier also died.
Seven killed after Gaza border protests
Washington is cutting 200 million dollars' worth of aid to Gaza and the West Bank over concerns it would not be spent in accordance with US national interests
Ten tonnes of mail have arrived in the West Bank after Israel delayed it for eight years over security checks
The Cube team works to verify videos showing moment of airstrike on cultural centre in the Gaza strip
The recent surge of air strikes leave three dead in Gaza and renewed efforts for a truce to be brokered between the two sides.
Israel responded with airstrikes on Wednesday claiming they were in response to 36 rockets fired by militants in Gaza
The funeral has taken place in Gaza of a Palestinian teenager who was hit by Israeli fire during a border protest and later died of his wounds.
Violent clashes broke out between protesters and Israeli troops along the border with Gaza resulting in one death and over 200 injuries