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.
A media watchdog organization has claimed the Palestinian Authority demonstrates greater respect for press freedom than Israel, as a lengthy altercation between the Israeli government and foreign media continues.
A suicide bomber detonated a car full of explosives next to a bus in northern Israel Monday, killing at least 13 and injuring at least 30 others, Israeli Army Radio reported.
Israeli tanks surrounded and reportedly fired on the Ramallah headquarters of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat Thursday.
Israeli police Thursday destroyed one of the largest car bombs ever discovered in the Middle East, narrowly averting what Israel's foreign minister called a catastrophe that would have changed the nature of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
In a decision that may set a key legal precedent, the Israeli Supreme Court ruled Tuesday to allow the expulsion of relatives of suspected Palestinian militants if the authorities can prove they pose a security threat.
Israeli security forces on Wednesday arrested five Palestinians believed to be responsible for the attack on Jerusalem's Hebrew University last month.
Israel's Supreme Court ruled Tuesday to uphold the Israeli military practice of demolishing the homes of Palestinian terror suspects without warning, a move the Palestinian labor minister warns will "widen the cycle of violence."…
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