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Palestinian News

'Going crazy': survivors tell of Europe's deadliest migrant shipwreck

Chani - After three days adrift, drinking his own urine to survive as he watched dozens of people sink to a watery grave, Mohamed Raad started to lose his grip.

Palestinian leader Abbas offers to return to Egypt for Gaza talks

Cairo - Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas agreed Saturday to return to Cairo to resume ceasefire talks with Israel and Hamas but neither warring party has committed to participate.

Dutch man returns Israeli WWII honour after family killed in Gaza

The Hague - A 91-year-old Dutch man honoured by Israel for shielding a Jew from the Nazis has handed back his medal after six of his relatives were killed in a Gaza air strike.

Palestinians say ceasefire with Israel extended for five days

Cairo - Palestinian negotiators in Cairo say a new ceasefire agreement has been reached with Israel to allow further negotiations on a longer-term deal.

Palestinians and Israelis agree to new ceasefire

Cairo - Gaza Strip communities stayed quiet Sunday and Monday as a new 72-hour ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian militant group Hamas took hold.

Hamas resumes rocket fire as 72-hour truce ends

Gaza - Israel resumed air strikes against Palestinian facilities in the Gaza Strip on Friday in response to missiles fired by Hamas militants marking the end of a 72-hour ceasefire.

Gaza truce deadline looms as Obama questions blockade

Gaza - A three-day ceasefire in Gaza that has brought relief to millions entered its final stretch on Thursday with Israel ready to extend the calm but Hamas hedging its bets.

Gaza truce deadline looms as Obama questions blockade

Gaza - A three-day ceasefire in Gaza that has brought relief to millions entered its final stretch on Thursday with Israel ready to extend the calm but Hamas hedging its bets.

Israel withdraws ground forces from Gaza Strip

Jerusalem - Israel claimed to have withdrawn ground forces from the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip and said it will observe a 72-hour humanitarian ceasefire proposed by Egypt but not initially accepted by the militant group.

Life stirs in Gaza as Cairo hosts truce talks

Gaza - Life in the battered Gaza Strip began returning to normal Wednesday as a ceasefire held for a second day and Egyptian mediators engaged in shuttle diplomacy on extending the truce.

Israel declares missing soldier dead as Gaza toll rises

Gaza - The Israeli army on Sunday announced the death of Hadar Goldin, a soldier who had been missing in the Gaza Strip, as both sides of the conflict vowed to keep fighting.

Israeli soldier missing in Gaza is dead: Army

Jerusalem - The Israeli army on Sunday announced the death of Hadar Goldin, the Israeli soldier who went missing in action during fighting in the Gaza Strip two days ago.

Israel to continue 'defensive' operations during truce

New Delhi - Israel will keep up "defensive" operations against tunnels during a 72-hour truce in Gaza, US Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday.

Arab League calls on 'all parties' to back Gaza truce proposal

Cairo - Arab foreign ministers in Cairo early Tuesday called on "all parties" to accept an Egyptian proposal to end the raging conflict between Israel and Hamas, after the Palestinian militant group signalled its rejection of the truce.

Death toll in Gaza Strip passes 100 as Israeli assault continues

Jerusalem - Israel said Friday that it would keep up its attack on the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip for as long as it took Palestinian militants to stop firing rockets across the border.

Israel accuses six of roles in brutal slaying

Jerusalem - Israel said Sunday that it had arrested six Jewish suspects in the slaying of a Palestinian teen abducted from an East Jerusalem street on July 2.

Tensions near breaking in Jerusalem as Palestinian boy is buried

Jerusalem - Palestinians and Israelis in Jerusalem expressed frustration Friday as the funeral of a slain Palestinian boy approached while radicals in Gaza fired missiles at communities in southern Israel.

Israel bombs Gaza Strip on day of national grief

Gaza - Israeli warplanes bombed dozens of sites Tuesday in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip as tens of thousands of mourners said goodbye to three Jewish seminary students found murdered the day before.

Bodies of missing Israeli teens found near Hebron

Jerusalem - Three Israeli teens who vanished from the West Bank and were feared kidnapped more than two weeks ago were found murdered Monday in a field near Hebron.

U.S. envoy to failed Mideast peace talks resigns

Washington, D. C. - U.S. peace envoy Martin Indyk resigned Friday, two months after the collapse of direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority that he was assigned to help facilitate.

U.S. envoy Indyk quits after Mideast talks collapse

Washington - Veteran Middle East diplomat Martin Indyk resigned Friday as the chief U.S. negotiator between the Israelis and Palestinians in a further sign of the collapse of the peace process.

Presbyterians vote to sell stakes in 3 firms operating in Israel

Detroit - Leaders of the US Presbyterian Church voted Saturday to divest holdings in three major corporations with ties to Jewish settlements in territories captured by Israel in 1967.

Gunfire rings out as Israel searches West Bank for missing teens

Ramallah - Gunfire rang out in the streets of Jenin on Wednesday as militants opened fire on Israeli troops conducting house-to-house searches for three teenagers believed kidnapped from near a settlement last week.

Israel says Abbas criticism of Hamas rockets was 'empty rhetoric'

Jerusalem - Israel characterized the Palestinian Authority's condemnation of rocket fire from Gaza as "empty rhetoric" Wednesday after Hamas radicals fired on the Jewish state for the first time since joining a unified government last week.

Israel advises nations away from new Palestinian government

Jerusalem - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel advised other nations Sunday to avoid quick recognition of any new government arising from April's unexpected unity deal between the Palestinian Fatah and Hamas factions.

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.

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.

Op-Ed: UN inadvertently strengthens the Palestinian Islamic Jihad

Gaza - As Israelis and Palestinians engage in yet another round of combat, the United Nations gave Palestinian groups a hand in their efforts to recruit young men into the conflict.

Amnesty International: Syrian refugees 'denied entry into Jordan'

Amnesty International is urging global support to help Jordan and other countries welcoming people fleeing the civil war in Syria end border restrictions, so that these people may find peaceful, safe homes.

IDF soldier killed in West Bank city of Hebron last night

An IDF soldier was gunned down by a Palestinian sniper in the city of Hebron Sunday evening, while thousands of Israelis flock the area celabrating the Holiday of Succoth.
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An injured child in a Gaza hospital
An injured child in a Gaza hospital
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Palestinian Protest in Ramallah over rising prices Sept 9 2012
Palestinian Protest in Ramallah over rising prices Sept 9,2012
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The Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.
The Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry greets Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem bef...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry greets Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem before a meeting last May.
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Hamas holds an election rally in the West Bank city of Ramallah in 2007.
Hamas holds an election rally in the West Bank city of Ramallah in 2007.
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Meeting of the Parents Circle - Families Forum
Meeting of the Parents Circle - Families Forum
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A Palestinian woman carries a mock Qassam missile at a rally in support of Hamas following Friday pr...
A Palestinian woman carries a mock Qassam missile at a rally in support of Hamas following Friday prayers, in the West Bank city of Ramallah on August 8, 2014
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T-shirt reading  “My first bullet  his last breath.” Posted by “ybaruch” on Instagram.
T-shirt reading, “My first bullet, his last breath.” Posted by “ybaruch” on Instagram.
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The West Bank is seen from the Israeli side in this 2005 photo that also shows part of the separatio...
The West Bank is seen from the Israeli side in this 2005 photo that also shows part of the separation wall.
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Israel security personnel stop Palestinians from entering Al-Shuhada Street in Hebron in February du...
Israel security personnel stop Palestinians from entering Al-Shuhada Street in Hebron in February during a demonstration marking the 20th anniversary of the street closure since an Israeli man massacred 29 Palestinians in 1994.
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An image uploaded to Instagram by an IDF soldier of two Palestinians caught in the cross hairs of hi...
An image uploaded to Instagram by an IDF soldier of two Palestinians caught in the cross hairs of his rifle.
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Plaque in front of the Israeli athletes  quarters commemorating the victims of the Munich massacre w...
Plaque in front of the Israeli athletes' quarters commemorating the victims of the Munich massacre which occurred on September 5–6 during the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Germany.
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MOTO PHOTO: Advertisement for Motorola in Barcelona  Spain  before the 3GSM World Congress in 2006.
MOTO PHOTO: Advertisement for Motorola in Barcelona, Spain, before the 3GSM World Congress in 2006.
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Israeli security forces block Palestinians from entering Al-Shuhada Street in Hebron during demonstr...
Israeli security forces block Palestinians from entering Al-Shuhada Street in Hebron during demonstrations marking the 20th anniversary of the street closure instituted an Israeli man shot and killed 29 Palestinians in a random attack.
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Photo shows a portion of the separation barrier constructed by Israel near Ramallah  the seat of the...
Photo shows a portion of the separation barrier constructed by Israel near Ramallah, the seat of the Palestinian Authority government in the West Bank.
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PORTAL: The now-closed Rafah border crossing between Egypt and the Gaza Strip is shown in 2009.
PORTAL: The now-closed Rafah border crossing between Egypt and the Gaza Strip is shown in 2009.
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A mosque in Galilee  northern Israel
A mosque in Galilee, northern Israel
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The West Bank - barrier wall.
The West Bank - barrier wall.
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Two Palestinian boys were struck by an Israeli-driven car which they were throwing rocks at in Jerus...
Two Palestinian boys were struck by an Israeli-driven car which they were throwing rocks at in Jerusalem.
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