Israeli troops hunting for suspected militants on Friday reentered the Jenin refugee camp, scene of the some of the most intense fighting between Israelis and Palestinians last month.
Israeli tanks headed towards Gaza Thursday, following the Israeli security cabinet's approval of retaliatory military strikes.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon cut short a U.S. visit, returning to Israel to convene a cabinet meeting that is expected to decide how to respond to a deadly suicide bombing.
A suicide bomber killed at least 16 people in a pool hall in the southern Israeli town of Rishon Letzion Tuesday. At least 60 were injured, many of them seriously.
Israeli tanks and troops raided the West Bank city of Hebron shortly before dawn Monday, killing at least nine and arresting some 17 Palestinians.
President Bush on Friday renewed his call for Israel to end its nearly month-long incursion into Palestinian territory.
Five Palestinians and one Israeli soldier were killed Monday in the West Bank and Gaza, a day after Israel completed its withdrawal from most of the Palestinian-controlled territories it entered in the past three weeks.
As Secretary of State Colin Powell is set to arrive in Jerusalem, Israel pulled out of two dozen West Bank towns and villages, including Yatta, Qabatya and Samua, but launched new incursions in other Palestinian areas.
After a suicide bomber killed eight Israelis this morning, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said the United States should not pressure Israel to pull out of the West Bank until they are ready, but pledged to do so as fast as…
Following mounting pressure from the U.S. and other international leaders to end their incursion into Palestinian controlled areas, Israeli forces announced they would pull out of two West Bank cities late Monday.
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