October 11, 2000
Some 10,000 Palestinians who live in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip are being allowed to travel to their jobs in Israel despite the current closure of the borders.
October 10, 2000
Israel said Tuesday violence had fallen significantly across the West Bank for the first time since bloody Israeli-Palestinian clashes flared almost t
The Palestinian National Liberation Movement, Fateh, announced Tuesday that it will form armed militias to defend the Palestinian civilians, reported
US President Bill Clinton will contact Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Barak and Palestinian President, Yasser Arafat, Tuesday in continued efforts to "t
UN Secretary General Kofi Annan welcomed Israel's decision to give peace with the Palestinians one more chance, and said Palestinian President Yasser
At least 39 Palestinians were wounded in an ongoing confrontation with Israeli troops in the West Bank town of Ramallah.
The Palestinian group Islamic Jihad called for the Palestinians to keep up their uprising against Israeli forces.
Egyptian students burned cars and stoned police who fired tear gas and used clubs to prevent them from taking an anti-Israeli protest to the streets o
Violence across the Palestinian territories raged Tuesday despite Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak’s renewed ultimatum.
A web petition of 10,000 signatures has been sent to UN Secretary General Koffi Annan demanding an inquiry into the murder of Palestinian children by
Palestinians in southern Lebanon threw two hand grenades Tuesday on Israeli soldiers behind the border fence, without inflicting casualties.
A Palestinian cabinet member has said that it would be foolish if Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak goes on with his plans to engage in an outright wa
A nine-year-old boy shot in the head by Israeli troops who fired on Palestinian youths Tuesday during clashes in the south of the Gaza Strip has been
Syrian President Bashar Assad assured Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, who had telephoned him, of Syrian support of the Palestinians.
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat on Tuesday derided Israel's decision to extend a deadline for the cessation of violence in the region as an empty