President Bush on Wednesday endorsed Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's proposal to withdraw from the Palestinian territory in the Gaza Strip and parts of the West Bank as "historic and courageous actions."…
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon ruled out peace negotiations with the Palestinians and canceled a summit with Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei, citing weekend attacks as evidence the Palestinian leadership is doing nothing to stop terrorist attacks.
During a defense of Sunday's qualified approval of the so-called "road map" to peace in the region, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon surprised many by calling Israel's presence in the predominantly Palestinian West Bank and Gaza strip an "occupation."…
After nearly a month of deliberation, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said Friday that he is prepared to accept the U.S.-formulated "road map" to peace in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and will send the plan to his Cabinet for approval.
In an interview published Sunday, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said his country would be willing to remove some Jewish settlements in Palestinian territories in return for peace with the Palestinian people.
Against a backdrop of heightened military security, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's right-wing Likud Party walked away with a victory in Tuesday's parliamentary elections.
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon dissolved the Israeli parliament Tuesday.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's government narrowly survived three no-confidence votes in Israel's parliament Monday.
Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres and other Labor Party cabinet members handed their resignations to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon Wednesday, sparking a coalition collapse that could precipitate new elections in 90 days.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon ordered his troops to pull back from Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's Ramallah compound Sunday, ending a 10-day siege that drew heavy criticism from the United States.
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