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Archbishop Pizzaballa holds mass in Bethlehem on Christmas eve
Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Pierbattista Pizzaballa salutes the crowd upon crossing through Israel's controversial separation barrier into the biblical city of Bethlehem where he leads a mass on Christmas eve
Funeral of Palestinian shot dead after firing at Israeli troops
Mourners attend the funeral of Palestinian Mohammed Issa Abbas, who reportedly fired on Israeli troops in the occupied West Bank and was shot dead by Israeli forces returning fire, at the al-Amari refugee camp in Ramallah
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.
New track in Ramallah offers Palestinians safe exercising route away from the traffic
Palestinians ride and walk along a new cycling track built by the Ramallah municipality offering locals a peaceful ride away from the traffic.
Israeli forces raze Palestinian house in southern Hebron hills
Israeli forces demolished a 150-square-meter house owned by Ismail Hussein Al-Nawaja, displacing his family of ten.
Palestinians pick olives next to Israeli Evitar outpost
Palestinians and activists pick olives next to the Israeli outpost of Evitar in solidarity with Palestinians whose land was confiscated by Israeli settlers, in the village of Beita, north of Nablus in the occupied West Bank.
Israel recaptures two more Palestinians who broke out of jail
Six Palestinians tunnelled out of the Gilboa prison on Monday, setting off a furious manhunt across Israel and in the West Bank.
Palestinians, Israeli troops clash after funeral
Palestinian protesters and Israeli troops clashed on Thursday following the funeral of a child believed killed by army fire the previous day in the occupied West Bank. A Palestinian was critically injured in the violence
Two Israeli groups excluded from Norway's Sovereign Wealth Fund
The world's largest sovereign wealth fund has excluded two Israeli groups involved in developing settlements in the West Bank.
Pompeo becomes first top US diplomat to visit an Israeli settlement
Pompeo later visited the Golan Heights, a strategic plateau Israel captured from Syria in the 1967 Mideast war and later annexed.
Israel’s annexation plans 'illegal': UN human rights chief
The consequences are likely to be "disastrous for the Palestinians, for Israel itself, and for the wider region," warns UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet.
More than 1,000 European MPs issue warning over Israel annexation
They expressed "serious concerns" about the US plan to end the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
Israel: Jewish-Arab protest against plans to annex parts of West Bank
The protest in Tel Aviv came weeks before the Israeli government is expected to push forward on annexation as PM Benjamin Netanyahu has promised to do.
Sacred rite for Orthodox Christians in Bethlehem marred by coronavirus
One of the most sacred Easter symbols of the Christian Orthodox faith - the Holy Fire - arrived in the West Bank city of Bethlehem on Saturday.
'It's an Israeli plan in an American envelope,' says Palestinian MP
The US administration’s long-awaited Middle East peace plan risks actually destroying the potential for peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians, a prominent Palestinian lawmaker told Euronews.
Artist Banksy unveils dark nativity in Bethlehem
Banksy has made his own contribution to Christmas.
The case of Suha Jbara exposes the corruption and barbarism of the Palestinian Authority ǀ View
Too many Palestinians endure inhumane treatment at the hands of the PA. Life on the West Bank can be hard enough and, civilians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip face a near-systematic campaign of human rights abuses.
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Tusk vows to tackle nationalists head on
In this week's state of the union, newly elected president of the European People's Party Donald Tusk says he will take on populists and nationalists.
Hebron tours explain Israeli settlement policy
The US administration announced, earlier this week, that it no longer considers Israeli settlements in the Palestinian territories as a violation of international law. Euronews gives a glimpse about the challenges created by a settlement in the Palestinian city of Hebron.
U.S. reverses stance on Israeli settlements in the West Bank
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday that Israeli settlements in the West Bank are not inconsistent with international law.
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ECJ makes move to give consumers clarity on goods from annexed areas
The ruling, by the European Court of Justice said the labels could no longer imply that goods produced came from Israel itself.
Education under threat in Hebron and the rest of the West Bank
What is life like for Palestinian children living in the Israeli-controlled part of Hebron? What's the impact of the conflict on them and what's the role of the EU in reducing their trauma?
Hebron's silent war: no peace in sight for Israelis and Palestinians
More than any other places on the West Bank, Hebron shows the difficulty of sharing land between Palestinians and Israelis and the remote possibility of finding peace.
US cuts all aid to Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and 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.
The lingering death of the Dead Sea
The water level drops by 1 metre annually and the Dead Sea could almost disappear in a few decades.
Manhunt underway after West Bank shooting
Manhunt underway after West Bank shooting kills 2