The peace plan would create a small, disjointed Palestinian state in the West Bank and allow Israel to annex nearly all the Jewish settlements in the territory.
By Mohammed Daraghmeh, Fares Akram, Associated Press
Attacks and reprisals between Israel and its enemies occur regularly, now and then exploding into all-out war. In particular, Israeli security is threatened by militant groups like Hamas in the south and Lebanon’s Hezbollah to the north. Ryan Chilcote reports…
By Ryan Chilcote
The White House has unveiled part of its Israeli-Palestinian peace plan, a $50 billion economic blueprint designed to double Palestinian GDP and create a million jobs. Jared Kushner likened the proposal to the Marshall Plan, which revitalized Western Europe after…
In our Monday news wrap, a bipartisan group of more than 370 federal prosecutors signed a statement contending that, based on details from the Mueller report, President Trump would have been charged with obstruction of justice if he were not…
By Aron Heller, Fares Akram, Associated Press
The cease-fire aims to end the deadliest fighting between the two sides since a 2014 war.
By Aron Heller, Associated Press
Gaza militants on Sunday intensified a wave of rocket fire into southern Israel, striking towns and cities and killing at least three people in one of the bloodiest rounds of fighting since the 2014 war. At least nine Palestinians, including…
By Isabel Debre, Associated Press
A cease-fire deal appeared to take hold between Israel and Gaza’s Hamas rulers on Sunday, with Israel expanding the permitted fishing zone and easing some tight restrictions on movement through its two main crossings with the Palestinian enclave.
By Fares Akram, Associated Press
Tens of thousands of Palestinians on Saturday rallied at points near the Israeli border to mark the first anniversary of weekly protests in the Gaza Strip, as Israeli troops shot tear gas and opened fire at small crowds of activists…
By Josef Federman, Associated Press
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday survived a political showdown that had threatened to bring down his coalition and trigger early elections. But while Netanyahu can declare victory, the big winner of the crisis appears to be Hamas.
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