June 4, 2014
Israeli authorities revoked VIP travel permits from ministers of the new Palestinian government who planned a cabinet meeting in the Gaza Strip.
The Jordanian Ambassador in Tel Aviv has criticized the Israeli government's handling of recent incidents at al-Aqsa mosque.
June 3, 2014
The United Nations today announced it will give full support to the new Palestinian unity government to reunite the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
A Palestinian man was killed at a checkpoint beside the West Bank city of Nablus late Monday. Israeli officials said the man opened fire at soldiers, while his family said he was unarmed.
Roughly 70 Palestinian prisoner who are on hunger strike have been taken to the hospital.
Israel's Ambassador expressed disappointment that the United States government will continue to uphold ties with the new Palestinian unity government.
June 2, 2014
Palestinian women staged a sit-in at al Aqsa mosque on Monday.
The new Palestinian unity government was sworn in Monday.
Cracks have appeared just hours before the Hamas-Fatah unity government was expected to be announced, with issues regarding a minister for prisoners.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu called an emergency cabinet meeting on Sunday and agreed to completely halt negotiations with the Palestinian Authority for as long as it unites with Hamas.
United States Secretary of State John Kerry will meet Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas during a two-day visit to Jordan.
June 1, 2014
The names of 17 members of the new Palestinian unity government have been leaked ahead of their scheduled announcement on Monday.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu calls on the international community to not sanction a Fatah and Hamas government as it "will strengthen terrorism".
An Israeli NGO reports that thousands of Palestinians have been without water since March because the Israeli government cut their water supplies.
Three future Palestinian ministers have been denied entry to the West Bank by Israel.