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Palestinians rally for prisoners as peace talks falter

Ramallah - Thousands of Palestinians across the West Bank and Gaza rallied Thursday in solidarity with Israeli-held prisoners, as peace talks near collapse after the Jewish state refused to free long-serving inmates.
In the Media by AFP

Palestinians rally for prisoners as peace talks falter

Ramallah - Thousands of Palestinians across the West Bank and Gaza rallied Thursday in solidarity with Israeli-held prisoners, as peace talks near collapse after the Jewish state refused to free long-serving inmates.
In the Media by AFP

Palestinians rally for prisoners as peace talks falter

Ramallah - Palestinians gathered across the West Bank and Gaza on Thursday for rallies of solidarity with Israeli-held prisoners, as peace talks near collapse after the Jewish state refused to free long-serving inmates.
In the Media by AFP

Mideast talks postponed after West Bank slaying, Jerusalem unrest

Jerusalem - A planned meeting between Israeli and Palestinian negotiators has been postponed for one day after violence in the West Bank and in Jerusalem, the Palestinian Authority acknowledged Wednesday.
In the Media by Nathan Salant - 1 comment

Israelis, Palestinians meet Wednesday in effort save peace talks

Washington - Negotiators for Israel and the Palestinian Authority plan to meet Wednesday in a last-ditch effort to save failing peace talks scheduled to expire at the end of April.
In the Media by Nathan Salant

Gaza cops trade bullets for laser-tech in training

Gaza - Security forces in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip are using technology to practice shooting on laser simulators, saving money spent on ammunition in the cash-strapped Palestinian territory.
In the Media by Adel Zaanoun (AFP)

As Palestine seeks international links Israel seeks to punish

Jerusalem - Palestinian Minister of Foreign Affairs Reyad al-Malki called for sanctions to be imposed on Israel for violating international law and conventions through moves to punish Palestine for unilaterally applying to join international agencies and treaties.
In the Media by Ken Hanly

Israel-Palestine peace talks appear to be over

Jerusalem - The Israelis at first placed the blame for failure of peace talks to be extended on the Palestinians but now they are claiming it is the fault of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
In the Media by Ken Hanly

Israel downgrades diplomatic relations with Palestinian Authority

Jerusalem - Israel has ordered government agencies to begin curtailing contacts with their Palestinian counterparts and threatened punitive economic actions in retaliation for international activity by the Palestinian Authority.
In the Media by Nathan Salant

Abbas rejected Kerry plea to halt treaty applications: aide

Ramallah - Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas rejected appeals from US Secretary of State John Kerry to halt applications to join international treaties to salvage peace talks with Israel, a Palestinian official said Friday.
In the Media by AFP

U.S. criticises Israel, Palestinians for jeopardising talks

Ramallah - Israel and the Palestinians both drew criticism from the White House on Wednesday for tit-for-tat moves that have brought U.S.-sponsored peace talks close to collapse.
In the Media by John Davison (AFP)

Kerry cancels trip to Israel to restart peace talks

Jerusalem - The Israeli Palestinian peace talks may be doomed as US Secretary of State John Kerry cancelled his most recent planned emergency visit to Israel amid signs that neither side is ready to accept mutually agreeable conditions for resumption of talks.
In the Media by Ken Hanly

Kerry returns to Israel to try to salvage peace talks

Jerusalem - John Kerry U.S. Secretary of State returned to Israel in an attempt to save the peace talks between the Palestinian Authority and Israel. The refusal of Israel to release a final batch of Palestinian prisoners may doom the talks.
In the Media by Ken Hanly

Palestinians hope prisoner release delay will be brief

Ramallah - A senior Palestinian official said a release by Israel of Arab prisoners would not go ahead on Saturday as envisaged but he hoped there would only be short delay."Today the prisoners will not be released...
In the Media by AFP

Israel reneges on deal to release final batch of prisoners

Jerusalem - In a move that may scuttle peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, Israel has informed the Palestinian side that it would not follow through on its commitment to release a final batch of prisoners on March 29.
In the Media by Ken Hanly - 2 comments

Abbas wants settlement freeze to extend peace talks with Israel

Jerusalem - The Israeli Palestinian peace talks are scheduled to end late in April. At a recent meeting with Barack Obama Mahmoud Abbas demanded an Israeli settlement freeze and the release of a promised final group of prisoners as conditions for extended talks.
In the Media by Ken Hanly

Abbas condemns rival while peace talks with Israel falter

Jerusalem - As Israel-Palestinian peace talks drag on with little sign of progress Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas faces increasing internal division within the Fatah movement.
In the Media by Ken Hanly

Three Palestinians killed in Israeli West Bank raid

Jenin - Three Palestinians were killed in Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank Saturday after Israeli soldiers launched an operation to arrest a militant, Palestinian officials said.Medical and security sources said two of those killed were militants and the th...
In the Media by Jaafar Ashtiyeh (AFP)

Three Palestinians killed as Israelis try to arrest militant

Jenin - Three Palestinians were killed in the Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank early Saturday after Israeli soldiers launched an operation to arrest a militant, Palestinian officials said.Medical and security sources said two of the fatalities were militant...
In the Media by AFP

Israel settlements led to peace talks impasse: Palestinians

Ramallah - US-sponsored peace talks with Israel have reached an impasse because of Jewish settlement activity, a Palestinian spokesman said, as plans for over 2,000 West Bank units were moved forward.The latest crisis comes as Washington scrambles for a formula t...
In the Media by AFP
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