Two suicide bombers detonated themselves barely two minutes apart in a commercial area in Tel Aviv, killing at least 22 and wounding more than 100.
Israeli military forces clashed with Palestinian gunmen during a raid in the Gaza Strip early Tuesday, while troops also swept through the West Bank looking for suspected militants.
A day after a deadly suicide bombing aboard a Jerusalem bus killed 11, Israeli forces occupied the city of Bethlehem, the home of Thursday's attacker.
A Palestinian militant detonated a bomb on a bus packed with high school students and soldiers in Jerusalem Thursday, killing at least four children and seven adults and injuring 48 others, Israeli police said.
Palestinian militants opened fire on Jewish settlers walking to a disputed shrine Friday, killing at least 12 and wounding 15 others, according to Israeli officials.
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.
The Palestinian parliament approved Yasser Arafat's new cabinet Tuesday, dampening an internal demand that Arafat share power and institute sweeping reforms in his leadership base.
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.
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