Despite continued Middle East violence and a deadly suicide attack in Tel Aviv Wednesday, the U.S. on Thursday presented a new proposal for the establishment of a permanent political peace in the strife-torn region.
A Palestinian suicide bomber killed one person and wounded at least 10 others in northern Israel Thursday.
U.S. forces captured the leader of a Palestinian terror group accused of masterminding the 1985 hijacking of the Italian Achille Lauro cruise ship, during which an American was murdered.
President Bush announced Friday that he would unveil his long-awaited "road map" for Middle East peace once a new Palestinian prime minister with real governing authority takes office.
U.S. envoy Anthony Zinni met with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat on Friday as Israel continued its military incursion in the West Bank, reportedly killing two leading militants, despite calls from President Bush to withdraw.
Israel Wednesday bombarded a series of Palestinian targets in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, killing at least 16 Palestinians.
Israeli warplanes pounded Palestinian targets Tuesday in response to a string of deadly attacks by Palestinian militants.
Following a bloody weekend of violence, Palestinian militants launched two separate suicide assaults Monday, killing the two attackers and at least four Israelis.
Israeli warplanes Monday attacked a Palestinian security headquarters for the second time in two days, responding to the deaths of two Israeli soldiers and the launch of a rocket by Palestinian extremists.
At least five people were killed and more than 70 wounded in gun battles between Palestinian police and militant members of Hamas and Islamic Jihad. The violence comes as Hamas said it would suspend suicide attacks on Israeli targets.
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