November 6, 2000
The UN's top human rights official, Mary Robinson, will travel to the Middle East on Wednesday to review the human rights situation following weeks of
Two Palestinians were killed Monday during clashes with Israeli forces in the Palestinian territories. Another died in Morocco from injuries sustained
Fire exchange was reported in the West Bank cities and the Gaza Strip Monday afternoon. No injuries were reported.
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat will press US President Bill Clinton at their meeting this week for an international force in the occupied territorie
The Palestinians accused Israel Monday of preventing Christians and Muslims from praying in Jerusalem\'s holy sites and warned that the policy would p
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak said on Monday that Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was working to ease tensions in the Palestinian territories but
French President Jacques Chirac and former Israeli premier Shimon Peres held talks in Paris Monday, and expressed the hope that US sponsored peace tal
Israel’s Army Chief of Staff, Shaul Mofaz, and a group of senior army commanders came under a hail of Palestinian gunfire Sunday night in the West Ban
Four Palestinians were wounded in clashes with Israeli soldiers guarding two Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip, where thousands of people marched i
A roadside bomb was detonated in the Gaza Strip Monday morning as an Israeli patrol was driving by. There were no reports of injuries.
Israeli Foreign Minister Shlomo Ben Ami said Monday that the United States opposes sending UN observers to the West Bank and Gaza Strip following repo
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak faced a new test in parliament on Monday, with the 120-member assembly due to vote on five motions of no confidence
About 200 people gathered at the Israeli embassy in Madrid Sunday to protest against Israel's "military aggression against Palestinian civilians in th
A military leader of the radical Palestinian movement Hamas has rejected Palestinian President Yasser Arafat's approach to dealing with Israel, tellin
Former Israeli prime minister, Shimon Peres, said that Palestinian President Yasser Arafat remains \"100 percent\" a partner with Israel in the search