November 2, 2000
Israelis and Palestinians began tentative implementation on Thursday of a truce giving them 48 hours to end five weeks of bloodletting that has killed
Russia's Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov welcomed the accord reached overnight between the Israelis and the Palestinians.
Iraqi newspapers said the Intifada by the Palestinians underlined the impossibility of a peaceful coexistence between Arabs and Jews on Palestinian la
The Islamic resistance movement Hamas said it opposes the agreement announced by Israelis and Palestinians to put an end to the deadly clashes in Pale
Gulf newspapers urged Washington to adopt a neutral position in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and pleaded for Europe, notably Russia, to play a la
By Nigel Thorpe Head of the English Copy Desk CNN’s Cairo bureau chief Ben Wedeman has been transferred to Hadassah hospital from Gaza hospital afte
Former Israeli prime minister Shimon Peres said that Israelis and Palestinians have drawn up a timetable to end weeks of violence and get back to norm
The United States on Wednesday welcomed the agreement reached between Israelis and Palestinians to end the deadly clashes in Palestinian territories.
The Israeli army began withdrawing its tanks from around Palestinian towns in the West Bank early Thursday following a deal to end the violence reache
Israel said it has struck a deal with the Palestinians to try to end the tide of deadly violence that has raged in the Palestinian territories for mor
November 1, 2000
After a meeting with Palestinian President Yasser Arafat late Wednesday, former Israeli prime minister Shimon Peres said that there was a basis to imp
Israel told Palestinian television stations in the flashpoint town of Hebron in the West Bank to evacuate their offices after a day of deadly clashes.
Palestinians in Hebron were late Wednesday shooting at Jewish settlers’ houses in the city, according to the Israeli radio. Meanwhile, a sixth Palesti
The Israeli army bombarded late Wednesday the Palestinian town of Rafah with 16 Lau rockets, and 10 tank shells, while Israeli attacks with heavy weap
The United Nations will ask donors for about 50 million dollars in emergency humanitarian aid for Palestinians, the head of the UN Palestinian relief