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Israel shuts second Hebron radio station

Hebron - Israeli forces Saturday raided and shut down a Palestinian radio station accused of incitement in the West Bank city of Hebron, the army said, in the second such case this month.

Israel approves 454 new settler homes in occupied East Jerusalem

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Tuesday the approval of the marketing of land for the construction of 454 new Jewish settler homes in occupied East Jerusalem.

Israelis kill 2 Palestinians in clashes over home demolition

Palestinian - Israeli forces shot dead two Palestinians when heavy clashes erupted Monday during an operation to destroy the West Bank home of an alleged attacker, the latest in a series of punitive demolitions.

Israel razes homes of four Palestinian 'attackers'

Nablus - Israeli troops on Saturday razed the West Bank homes of four Palestinians accused of attacking Israelis, pressing ahead with a controversial policy of punitive demolitions after weeks of deadly unrest.

Israeli father and son, Palestinians killed in West Bank

Hebron - An Israeli father and son were shot dead in an apparent ambush Friday near Hebron on a day that also saw three Palestinians die after being shot by Israeli soldiers.

Palestinian dies of wounds from Hebron clash

Hebron - A Palestinian teenager shot by troops during clashes on Thursday in the West Bank city of Hebron died of his injuries on Friday, a Palestinian hospital official said.

Palestinian dead in undercover Israeli hospital raid

Hebron - Undercover Israeli agents killed a Palestinian in a West Bank hospital while arresting his cousin wanted for a knife attack, in what Amnesty condemned Thursday as an apparent "extrajudicial killing".

Clashes erupt in West Bank on anniversary of Arafat death

Ramallah - Dozens of Palestinians were injured during clashes with Israeli forces in the West Bank Wednesday, the anniversary of the death of their leader, Yasser Arafat, the Palestinian health ministry said.

Teen hackers strike again, leak info from 2,000 govt. employees

Washington - The hackers who breached the CIA director's personal emails are at it again, having published additional data containing names, phone numbers, and email addresses of more than 2,000 law enforcement officers, military officers, and government employees.

Israeli troops in Hebron crackdown after shootings

Hebron - Israeli forces on Saturday blocked exits from the southern West Bank city of Hebron as they launched a manhunt for assailants after shooting incidents targeting Jewish worshippers and a soldier.

New violence shatters lull in Palestinian territories

Ramallah - Violence erupted Friday in the Palestinian territories after a lull in weeks of unrest, with two Israelis shot during a pilgrimage to a flashpoint holy site and clashes in the West Bank and Gaza.

Palestinian students clash with Israeli police

Abu Dis - Israeli border police stormed a university Monday in the occupied West Bank after clashes with Palestinian students protesting against Israel's separation barrier and recent Palestinian deaths.

Palestinians clash with Israel soldiers at Hebron funerals

Hebron - Violence broke out Saturday in the flashpoint West Bank city of Hebron as Palestinians buried five teenagers killed in a wave of attacks and clashes with Israeli forces.

Palestinian refugee camps breed new generation of militants

Bethlehem - Nearly 30 years ago Hisham and his brothers -- natives of the Dheisheh Palestinian refugee camp south of Bethlehem -- lobbed stones at soldiers in the first uprising against Israel's occupation.Now the 51-year-old sees his sons doing the same.

Two new knife attacks in Hebron, Palestinian assailants shot dead

Hebron - New knife attacks on Israelis in the West Bank left a soldier lightly wounded Thursday, while two Palestinian assailants were shot dead by security forces, police and the army said.

UN chief pushes Palestinians to calm spiralling unrest

Ramallah - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told the Security Council he was "not optimistic" following his talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, appealing for calm after three weeks of deadly unrest.

UN chief to push Palestinians to calm spiralling unrest

Ramallah - UN chief Ban Ki-moon meets Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas on Wednesday after talks with Israeli leaders, warning both sides to back away from a "dangerous escalation" in violence threatening a full-scale uprising.

Israel troops kill 2 Palestinians during stabbing attack

Hebron - Israeli soldiers shot dead two Palestinians during a stabbing attack in the West Bank city of Hebron Tuesday night, the military said.

Jews assaulted in illegal visit to West Bank holy site: Israel

Nablus - A group of ultra-Orthodox Jews attempting to illegally visit a holy site in the West Bank set ablaze last week were assaulted by Palestinians while five were also arrested, authorities said Sunday.

Four Palestinians killed in anti-Israeli knife attacks

Hebron - Four Palestinians were shot dead and a fifth wounded in attacks on Israelis in east Jerusalem and the West Bank, as violence that has fuelled concerns of an uprising showed no let-up.
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