October 11, 2000
Eighteen people have been detained by Belgian police following a demonstration in Brussels called to denounce Israeli repression in Palestine.
A Palestinian was shot dead by an Israeli bullet in the West Bank town of Tulkarem on Wednesday, bringing to 100 the number killed in two weeks of unr
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat and several Arab foreign ministers are being asked to attend a special UN human rights session in Geneva next week
The presidents of Tunisia and Yemen have called for the Arabs to mobilize their resources to defend the Palestinians in their confrontation with Israe
Palestinian leaders have ruled out a Middle East summit without the establishment of an international inquiry into the causes of recent violence in th
Gun-toting members of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's Fateh party called for an armed uprising against Israel as thousands demonstrated peacefully
Pope John Paul II launched a vibrant appeal Wednesday for all parties in the Middle East to resume dialogue and put an end to violence.
The vice president of the Socialist International, Walter Veltroni, will meet with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian President Yasser
Iraq's official newspapers on Wednesday urged that the Intifada in the Palestinian territories continue, warning against US initiatives to curtail the
UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, is scheduled to hold a new round of talks in Gaza Wednesday with Palestinian President Yasser Arafat.
A fund-raising campaign launched in Saudi Arabia for the "Palestinian heroes" has already taken in nearly 40 million dollars.
The Israeli Haaretz that Palestinian President Yasser Arafat ordered Marwan Barghouthi in West Bank “to stop the severe violence against Israel in th
A Palestinian child died Tuesday of injuries he received earlier in the day when the Israeli forces shot him in the head with a live round while he wa
The daily scenes of stone-throwing, gun-battles and bloodshed in the Palestinian territories could cost Israel dearly in financial terms, crimping economic growth and sending foreign investors ducking
Some 10,000 Palestinians who live in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip are being allowed to travel to their jobs in Israel despite the current closure of the borders.