November 4, 2000
Fresh clashes between Israelis and Palestinians flared sporadically across the West Bank and Gaza Strip Saturday, leaving at least 89 Palestinians inj
A Palestinian youth died of his wounds overnight and was buried Saturday in Hizma village near Jerusalem, raising the toll of dead in Israeli-Palestin
A Fateh Central Committee member says that the death of Israeli soldiers in Jerusalem and Bethlehem last week led to a change in Israel “that had forc
Prime Minister Ehud Barak's principal adviser, Danny Yatom, warned that Israel would hit back militarily, politically and economically if the Palestin
A Palestinian 23-day-old infant died after she inhaled tear gas fired at Palestinian demonstrators in Hebron Saturday.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak will meet with US President Bill Clinton in Washington after Clinton meets with Palestinian President Yasser Arafat.
By Clare Pedrick LUGANO, Switzerland (WNL) -- As the bloodshed in the Middle East spilled over into a second month, commentators warned that the viol
US President Bill Clinton has invited Palestinian President Yasser Arafat to meet with him in Washington on Thursday, but the date has not yet been co
Algerian Foreign Minister Abdel Aziz Belkhadem has revealed that the foreign ministers of the Arab and Islamic countries have decided to meet one day
An Israeli official said that Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak will meet with US President Bill Clinton in the United States at the end of next week
Jerusalem's Mufti Sheikh Ikrima Sabri predicted war between Israel and its Arab neighbors if Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak forms a national unity
Palestinian health minister Riyadh Zanoun said Saturday that Germany has agreed to treat 50 Palestinian children injured during clashes with Israeli t
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat discussed Friday over the phone the latest developments in the Palestinian territories with French President Jacqu
Saudi newspapers defended anti-Israeli bombings as a "natural reaction" on the part of the Palestinians in the face of the Israeli army's use of deadl
The Israeli army overnight withdrew its tanks from flashpoints in the Gaza Strip after re-deploying them on Friday amid violent clashes between Israel