November 1, 2000
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
The Israeli army threatened the Palestinians that it will shell the building of the Palestinian Legislative Council in Ramallah, according to Palestin
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Bark, who was speaking live on Israeli TV, threatened at a press conference Wednesday evening that Israel will execute
Two explosive charges were activated in an Israeli area in Gaza Strip, Israeli area, while an additional charge was set off at Karni juncture in Karni
Israel is pursuing top-level contacts with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat to try to push for an end to the violence that has rocked the Palestinian
A Palestinian teenager was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers during a clash at the Karni crossing point between Israel and the Gaza Strip.
Israeli security forces might be guilty of war crimes against Palestinian protesters.
Secretary General of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Nayef Hawatmeh has denied as “lies and fabrications,” a report by the Frenc
The leader of Israel's rightwing opposition, Ariel Sharon, said Wednesday he did not rule out further negotiations with Prime Minister Ehud Barak on f
Mohammed Sobeih, the Palestinian delegate to the Arab League, accused Wednesday special Israeli army units of training to "abduct and kill Palestinian
The Palestinians have asked former Turkish president Suleyman Demirel to take part in a fact-finding mission into the causes of the recent clashes in
Environment ministers from Arab nations called in Cairo Wednesday for the closure of Israel's nuclear reactor at Dimona, charging it posed an environm
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder said Wednesday that any unilateral moves such as the declaration of a Palestinian state at this time would be an "