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.
August 25, 2000
An Israeli newspaper says that Israeli soldiers who shot Palestinian village chief last week were on a training mission and not searching for a suspec
August 24, 2000
During his visit to Egypt, Norwegian Foregin Minister Thorbjoern Jagland urged the Palestinians not to miss an opportunity for lasting peace withIsrae
A decision is expected in two weeks on the case of a Palestinian family who spent the last 18 months taking shelter in a Toronto church to avoid depor
Hamas movement says it expects that Palestinian President Yasser Arafat to free a group of its members from jail.
Pakistan's Foreign Minister will represent the country at a special meeting of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) to be held in Morocco
By Munir K. Nasser Washington, DC A former US Assistant Secretary of State said that the Palestinians lost a chance to reach an agreement with Israel
August 23, 2000
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat accepts the credentials of Hungary's first-ever representative to the Palestinian territories, raising the number
Five Palestinians have been arrested and four others lightly injured in a second day of clashes Wednesday with Israeli police in occupied east Jerusal
Oman's Foreign Minister Yussef bin Alawi urges the Palestinian Authority to delay naming an independent state in the interests of the Middle East peac
Israeli and Palestinian negotiators have met in Jerusalem Tuesday seeking to pave the way for another peace summit.
August 22, 2000
The Palestinian Hamas movement denies it had any links to members of an extremist Islamic organization headed by Saudi dissident Osama Bin Laden which
Israeli and Palestinian security forces have arrested 23 Arabs who planned major attacks to disrupt the peace process, including at least one suspect