October 30, 2000
Israeli forces on Monday fired shells and rockets from tanks and an army post on Rafah, a Palestinian town in the southern Gaza Strip, injuring three
Acting Israeli Foreign Minister Shlomo Ben Ami is to discuss the situation in the Palestinian territories with his French counterpart Hubert Vedrine M
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat said that his people remained strong even after a month of deadly clashes, and declared that the PLO would hold a
One of two Israeli security guards shot at an Israeli government building in occupied east Jerusalem on Monday has died of his injuries.
Palestinian International Cooperation Minister Nabil Shaath said in Riyadh Monday he was to hold follow-up talks with Saudi officials on the Arab summ
The Palestinian Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) presented a political initiative to the Palestinian nationalist groups calling for a unil
The United States has rejected an Israeli request to present to senior American officials a unilateral separation plan from the Palestinians.
Israel's army Deputy Chief of Staff, Moshe Ya'alom, singled out CNN and BBC in attacking foreign journalists for alleged bias in presenting Palestinia
The Jerusalem municipal authority intends to discuss a project for the construction of an additional 4,000 residential units in Abu Ghneim Mount [know
Clashes erupted Monday evening between Palestinians and Israeli troops in the West Bank city of Ramallah.
An Islamist group calling itself the Forces of the Martyr Omar al-Mukhtar claimed responsibility Monday for an attack on Israeli troops escorting a bu
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat is to travel to the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on Monday to discuss the situation in the Palestini
Israeli troops shot dead five Palestinians in a fresh upsurge of violence on Sunday. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, meanwhile, struggled to keep h
Israel's Army Chief of Staff Shaul Mofaz said the army will from now on take the "initiative" in clashes with the Palestinians.
A Palestinian banking official has denied Israeli reports that Palestinian banks no longer intend honoring a joint clearance agreement with the Israeli banking system, stating that disruptions in the