October 20, 2000
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Bill Clinton agreed on the need to coordinate peacemaking efforts in the Middle East during a
A government spokesman said that Israel will rethink its approach to the Middle East peace process after the Arab summit in Cairo, accusing the Palest
Secretary General Kofi Annan appealed to the UN General Assembly on Friday to send a conciliatory message when it meets later in the day to debate the
Prime Minister Ehud Barak rated as "good" Friday the chances of forming an Israeli national unity government with right-winger Ariel Sharon, increasin
Israeli army helicopters aimed machine gun fire Friday into Beit Sahour, a built-up locality near Palestinian-controlled Bethlehem, following an excha
Arab leaders are set to sanction Israel for its killings of Palestinian demonstrators but will remain committed to the peace process.
Acting Foreign Minister Shlomo Ben Ami accused the Palestinians of smashing a ceasefire accord, saying Israel had held to the conditions of the Sharm
The imam of the Grand Mosque in Mecca called Friday on Muslims to launch jihad, or holy war, in the name of the "martyrs" in the Palestinian territori
A meeting of the Islamic militant movement Hamas scheduled for Friday in the Gaza Strip was banned by Palestinian police for security reasons.
Arab leaders are expected to press Israel to compensate the Palestinian victims of three weeks of violent clashes, at an emergency Arab summit this we
A 16-year old Palestinian boy was shot dead in the West Bank city of Tulkarem during clashes with Israeli troops. His death brings Friday’s death toll
A Palestinian boy was killed Friday in a village near the West Bank city of Nablus during clashes between Palestinians and Israeli forces, reported Pa
Palestinian demonstrators in Lebanon on Friday accused the United Nations of pro-Israeli bias, and urged an Arab summit in Cairo to isolate the Jewish
Israeli soldiers exchanged sporadic gunfire with Palestinians early Friday as tension in the Middle East remained high ahead a funeral for a Palestini
Albawaba.com Amman A leading Israeli journalist, and an expert on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict said that ending the violence in the Palestinian t