October 17, 2000
Israeli and Palestinian delegates traded accusations as a rare special session of the UN's top human rights body got under way in Geneva Tuesday to di
Israeli troops fired rubber bullets and tear gas at hundreds of stone-throwing youths in the West Bank town of Bethlehem after the funeral of a Palest
The Islamic militant group Hamas vowed to respond to what it considers Israel's "war" against the Palestinians after almost three weeks of bloodshed.
US President Bill Clinton announced Tuesday that Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian President Yasser Arafat had agreed to end 20 days o
Parties at the Middle East summit have reached an agreement to end 20 days of spiraling Israeli-Palestinian violence.
Egyptian information minister, Safwat Sharif has said there has been an agreement to stop violence in the Palestinian territories in a way that “secur
A Palestinian man was killed, allegedly by Jewish settlers, in a village near Nablus, in the northern West Bank.
The United Nations top human rights body meet in a rare special session in Geneva Tuesday to discuss the deadly violence between Palestinians and Isra
An Orthodox Jew was seriously ill in hospital after he was repeatedly stabbed in a racist attack in the heart of London's Jewish community.
More than 300 people from three continents kicked off a three-day meeting here late Monday aimed at charting the road to peace for violence-wracked Co
The Egyptian-hosted Sharm el-Shiekh summit went into its second day with a meeting between US President Bill Clinton, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak
Five Palestinians were wounded by live rounds, one seriously, when around 1,500 workers clashed with Israeli troops early Tuesday at a crossing point
October 16, 2000
By Munir K. Nasser Chief Correspondent, Washington, DC Albawaba.com A former US Assistant Secretary of State said that the Palestinian and Israeli pu
The Israeli army on Monday took full control of the Rafah terminal between the self-ruled Gaza Strip and Egypt, closing the crossing.
US President Bill Clinton kept up a furious shuttle between Israeli and Palestinian leaders in Sharm el-Sheikh Monday, in a last-ditch effort to bring