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The Israeli military reports no rocket fire from the territory and Agence France-Presse correspondents in Gaza report no Israeli strikes
The UN reiterates its support for a solution 'where two democratic states, Israel and Palestine, live side by side in peace within secure and recognized borders'
The Israeli military says it had struck 'dozens' of Islamic Jihad targets throughout Gaza
A total of 15 Israelis are among the passengers quarantined on board the Diamond Princess, of whom 11 have flown home
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also announces approval to build a new settlement with several thousands of homes in Givat Hamatos, next to the mainly Palestinian east Jerusalem neighborhood of Beit Safafa
Peace Now says the plan 'also includes the demolition of dozens of Palestinian residential units that were built in the area without permits throughout the years'
The announcement comes as the 70-year-old prime minister campaigns ahead of March 2 elections, after two previous polls resulted in a deadlock between Benjamin Netanyahu and rival Benny Gantz
Authorities say Hamas sought to gain access to soldiers' mobile phones by using seductive pictures of young women
The exchange of fire between both sides escalates following US President Donald Trump's unveiling of his Middle East peace plan, angrily rejected by the Palestinians as a capitulation to Israeli objectives
This is in response to the UN's list of 112 companies with activities in Israeli settlements, including major US firms Airbnb, Expedia, and TripAdvisor
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights blames the attack on Israel, which has not claimed responsibility
'Who among you would accept such a state?' Abbas asks, as he warns that Israel would create an 'apartheid' situation if it moves ahead with annexation
The Trump administration has put heavy pressure on critics of the Israel-friendly Middle East plan, diplomats say
The reported Israeli strikes come as government forces press a blistering offensive against Syria's last major rebel bastion, in the Idlib region in the northwest
A manhunt is underway for the driver in the car-ramming, who fled the scene in the heart of west Jerusalem after the attack
The pan-Islamic body represents more than 1.5 billion Muslims worldwide
Trump's son-in-law says that if Palestinians are unable to meet the conditions of the plan he crafted, Israel should not take 'the risk to recognize them as a state'
The pan-Arab bloc convenes in Cairo days after the US unveils its plan which is seen as favoring Israel
The terms of the plan are roundly rejected by Palestinian leaders, with president Mahmud Abbas vowing the proposal would end up in the dustbin of history
US President Donald Trump's proposals reportedly include no Palestinian input and grants Israel much of what it has sought in decades of international diplomacy
'More still, they are presenting their ethno-nationalist, authoritarian thinking as a vision, as a better answer to the questions of our time,' says German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier
The plan ignites a furious rebuke from key Muslim countries who denounce it as betrayal of the Palestinians
Here are some of the major points of Trump's plan, which he presented alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and which the Palestinian leadership quickly criticized
Benjamin Netanyahu's decision opens the way for Israel's attorney general to set a date for the premier's trial on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust
Netanyahu, praising Trump as 'the greatest friend that Israel's had in the White House,' describes the peace plan as 'the deal of the century'
In a purported audio message by its spokesman Abu Hamza al-Quraishi, the jihadist organization calls for sabotaging a so-called peace plan US President Donald Trump is due to unveil
Trump repeatedly boasts that he is the most pro-Israeli US president in history
The presidents of Russia, France and Germany, US Vice President Mike Pence and Britain's Prince Charles are set to address the somber event at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial center in Jerusalem
The attack adds to the growing tension in the Middle East after a US drone killed Iranian general Qasem Soleimani
Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's longest-serving premier, is fighting for his political survival on two fronts – the corruption allegations and stiff opposition from a new centrist party
'A huge win! Thank you to Likud members for their trust, support, and love,' Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tweets
The army says the 'projectile was fired from the Gaza Strip towards Israeli territory and was intercepted by the Iron Dome defense system'
The Israeli Prime Minister battles his longtime rival Gideon Saar. Who will lead the Likud party?
'War crimes have been or are being committed in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip,' says Prosecutor Fatou Besouda
(UPDATED) A new election would be another challenge for embattled premier Benjamin Netanyahu at a time when he must fend off a leadership vote in his right-wing Likud party
Right-winger Benjamin Netanyahu and former army general Benny Gantz trade blame over the impasse ahead of Wednesday, December 11, the last opportunity to form a coalition and avoid fresh polls
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says 'it is time to apply Israeli sovereignty over the Jordan Valley and legalize all the Judea and Samaria settlements, those that are in settlement blocs and those outside of them'
Israel accuses American citizen Omar Shakir, the New York-based rights group's director for Israel and the Palestinian territories, of supporting a boycott of the Jewish state
After months of suspense, Israel's longest-serving premier is charged with bribery, fraud and breach of trust
The Israeli army says they carried out dozens on strikes against the Iranian elite Quds Force and the Syrian military, in response to 4 rockets fired at Israel a day before
The decision is the latest in a series of pro-Israeli moves by Donald Trump's administration
The flareup comes after a major escalation in and around Gaza following Israel's targeted killing of a commander of Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad, which is allied with Damascus
US State secretary Mike Pompeo tells reporters, the US has concluded that 'the establishment of Israeli civilian settlements in the West Bank is not, per se, inconsistent with international law'
The agreement stipulates Palestinian factions must ensure a return to calm in Gaza and 'maintain peace' during demonstrations, while Israel must stop hostilities and 'ensure a ceasefire' during demonstrations by Palestinians
UN envoy Nickolay Mladenov is expected in Cairo for talks on halting the fighting
(3rd UPDATE) Israel launches air strikes in response to barrages of retaliatory rocket fire, with the Gazan health ministry reporting 4 people have been killed and 25 wounded in the Palestinian enclave
Residents of the affected areas are hoping to eventually regain some sort of access to the lands, or compensation from the Israeli government
A new virtual reality application is launched to give everyone the chance to tour specific sites in the Palestinian Territories
Bernie Sanders accuses both Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of fomenting division
While the Philippines is increasingly becoming a lucrative market for Israeli equipment, Israeli human rights advocates say they do not want Israel-made weapons to be used in 'mass executions of civilians living in slums'