The killing threatened to inflame tensions between Israelis and Palestinians just over a month before Israel's parliament elections.
By Alon Bernstein, Associated Press
The demolitions cap a years-long legal battle over the buildings, built along the invisible line straddling the city and the occupied West Bank.
By Jane Ferguson
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has endured for over half a century, through violent eruptions and pushes for peace. A weak Palestinian government is grappling with economic crisis as Israel retains control of the West Bank. But Palestinians are not optimistic the…
Typically, the Palestinian West Bank is referenced in the context of Middle East peace talks. But for the past three years, the organizers of the three-day Palestine Music Expo, or PMX, have sought to encourage people to open their minds,…
By Karin Laub, Associated Press
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged Saturday to annex Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank if re-elected, a dramatic policy shift apparently aimed at rallying his nationalist base in the final stretch of the tight race.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
The Trump administration has decided to cut more than $200 million in bilateral aid to the Palestinians, following a review of the funding for projects in the West Bank and Gaza, the State Department said Friday.
By Fares Akram, Associated Press
Thousands of Palestinians, including hundreds of medical workers in white uniforms, took part Saturday in the funeral procession of a colleague who was shot dead by Israeli troops the previous day along the Israel-Gaza border.
By Mike Corder, Associated Press
The referral sought an investigation into Israeli policies in the West Bank, east Jerusalem, and Gaza, as well as the recent round of bloodshed in the Gaza Strip.
By PBS NewsHour
The U.S. embassy will open in Jerusalem on Monday, a move that has pleased the Israeli government but been condemned by some allies and Palestinians. Tensions have been on the rise as the six-week-long “Right of Return” march is expected…
In our news wrap Tuesday, the Associated Press reported that Libya is paying militias to stop migrants from crossing to Italy, using funds from the European Union with Italy's support. Also, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a cheering crowd…
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