October 28, 2000
Violent confrontations continued in the West Bank and Gaza Strip on Saturday, after a month of unrest, leaving 100 Palestinians injured.
The Palestinian Democratic People’s Party, FIDA, which is part of the Palestinian authority, called in a statement issued Saturday for forming a natio
Around 3,000 pro-Palestinian supporters marched through Paris Saturday to demand sanctions against Israel, while a further 350 demonstrated in the nor
Nearly 60 Palestinians were shot and wounded, four of them seriously, in scattered confrontations with Israeli troops in the Gaza Strip and the West B
The Palestine National Council (PNC) called on the international community to provide immediate protection for the Palestinian people from Israeli "ex
A Palestinian youth was declared clinically dead Saturday after being critically wounded the day before in a clash with the Israeli army in the West B
President of Austrian National Assembly Heinz Fischer condemned the “Israeli crimes” committed against Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, s
An unidentified young man, said to be a Russian Israeli, was killed and his car burnt in the early hours of Saturday in the West Bank town of Ramallah
Israeli Foreign Minister Shlomo Ben Ami said that the continuing violence between the Palestinians and Israelis makes any talks between the two sides
Twenty-two Palestinians were shot and wounded, three of them seriously, in violent confrontations with Israeli troops in the Gaza Strip on Saturday.
Unless the Israelis lift their blockade of the Gaza Strip soon so he can return to his job near Tel Aviv, construction worker Raed Al-Dara says he wil
Nine Palestinians were shot and wounded, three of them seriously, in violent confrontations with Israeli troops in the Gaza Strip on Saturday.
Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov pledged Saturday to keep Russia involved in the Middle East peace effort at the outset of a meeting with Palestinian numb
Leah Rabin, the widow of slain former Israeli leader Yitzhak Rabin said she considered Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat the only partner for peace and
A top Hamas official in the West bank has reiterated that the Islamic movement will not orchestrate Intifada activities on its own.