August 29, 2000
A Palestinian taxi driver was seriously wounded on Tuesday after being stabbed in the chest by a Jewish passenger in east Jerusalem.
Israel has voiced satisfaction Tuesday that Islamic nations had given Palestinian President Yasser Arafat a "free hand" to compromise over Jerusalem.
August 28, 2000
Arab and Muslim foreign ministers demand sovereignty over Jerusalem, and call on the US and the world countries to keep their embaassies in Tel Aviv,
A Palestinian boy died when an Israeli explosive blew up while he was playing in the West Bank near the border with Jordan.
Israel and the Palestinians say they have cracked down on the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, arresting at least 12 of its members following a bot
Israeli police say they have defused a pipe bomb hidden in a backpack, which was left near a busy Jerusalem intersection.
Israel and the Palestinians traded accusations Sunday over who was to blame for the deadlock in efforts to strike a comprehensive peace accord by a mid-September deadline.
August 27, 2000
The Palestinian Authority "will not hand over to Israel" Mahmud Abu Hannud, one of the Jewish state's most wanted activist.
By Mahmoud Al Abed Committees are born to bury decisions, they say, at least at the beaurocratic level. Some argue that the same applies to politics.
Israel says that the three soldiers who died in an overnight gun battle with Hamas militants in a West Bank village may have been killed by friendly f
Speaker of the Palestinian legislative council, Ahmed Qorei rules out any peace deal with Israel without full troop withdrawal from Jerusalem and all
Three Israeli soldiers were killed and another was wounded in a firefight early Sunday with the Islamic resistance movement, Hamas.
August 26, 2000
By Nida Ramahi Amman Former head of the Palestinian negotiating team with Israel, Haidar Abdul-shafi has voiced pessimism about the prospects of peac
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak has warned of "a tragedy" for Israel and the Palestinians if they fail to reach a peace agreement.
The Palestinian leadership hits out at what it has called an Israeli "public relations exercise" aimed at releasing Israel from its obligations.