October 17, 2000
Palestinians and Jewish settlers exchanged fire late Tuesday at the Besghot settlement near Jabal Tawil, Ramallah, eyewitnesses said.
Israel emerged the winner from the make-or-break Middle East summit Tuesday but the ceasefire announced by US President Bill Clinton may not be enough
The Arab League pressed the United Nations to play a greater role in the Middle East peace process after an emergency summit agreed on ending Israeli
Two factions of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) denounced the Sharm el-Sheikh agreement Tuesday between Israel and the Palestinian leade
The Palestinian nationalist and Islamist powers are due to hold a meeting Tuesday afternoon in Ramallah to discuss the results of the Sharm El Sheikh
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat said that the continued unrest in the Palestinian territories was against the ceasefire accord agreed at the Middl
Palestinian Culture and Information Minister Yasser Abed Rabbo denied reports saying that Israelis and Palestinians reached a “secret” agreement on se
Iran's defense minister said Tuesday that oil could be used to bring international pressure to help support the Palestinians.
The full text of the three main points the parties at the Middle East summit in Sharm El-Sheikh agreed to, as read out Tuesday by US President Bill Cl
The spiritual leader of the Islamic militant group Hamas, Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, condemned the ceasefire accord reached at the Sharm el-Sheikh summit,
Britain's Foreign Secretary Robin Cook on Tuesday welcomed the agreement hammered out by Middle East leaders in Egypt but warned that only a "lasting
A Palestinian policeman was shot and killed by Israeli troops in the Gaza Strip, the first to die since the announcement of an Israeli-Palestinian cea
The leader of a radical Palestinian group, which hijacked a cruise ship in 1985, has vowed to organize suicide attacks against Israeli targets.
A leader of the Fateh faction said the uprising against the Israeli occupation would continue after the "failure" of the Middle East summit, where Isr
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