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Palestinian minister for Jerusalem affairs Fadi al-Hadami was detained questioned for 'activities in Jerusalem,' according to Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld
Israel's top court approves sale of properties by the Greek Orthodox Church to a Jewish pro-settlement organization in mainly Palestinian areas of annexed east Jerusalem
The incident between Palestinian worshippers and Israeli police took place as Israel marked Jerusalem Day, which this year coincided with the final days of Ramadan
The attack comes as Muslims are due to visit the Al-Aqsa mosque compound for the final Friday prayers of the holy month of Ramadan, two days before a controversial Israeli march through the predominantly Palestinian Old City
With nearly 2,000 cats per square kilometer, for total of some 240,000, the concentration of stray cats in the Holy City is among the highest in the Middle East or even the world
(UPDATED) It could be taken as tacit approval of Israel's sovereignty over the site, one of the holiest in Judaism and located in mainly Palestinian east Jerusalem
(UPDATED) Hamas, the Islamist movement that runs the Gaza Strip, welcomes the attack, but is not claiming responsibility for it
Israeli police say they evacuated the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, known to Jews as the Temple Mount, after a Molotov cocktail damaged a police post
The handwritten page is discovered among the 110-page trove the university's Albert Einstein archives received some two weeks ago
(UPDATED) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says President-elect Jair Bolsonaro assured him of the move
A senior Palestinian official says the Australian decision to open a trade office in the city violated international law
The move from Tel Aviv, which will defy Palestinians and most of the world, is the latest controversial announcement by Brazil's far-right President-elect Jair Bolsonaro
One significant new element to the October 30 vote sees minority Druze cast ballots in 4 villages in the Golan Heights for the first time since Israel seized the strategic region from Syria in 1967
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the consulate general, a separate office which handled dealings with the Palestinians, is replaced by a new Palestinian Affairs Unit inside the controversial new US embassy in Jerusalem
(UPDATED) Hours after first floating the idea, Scott Morrison says he will 'canvass views' from regional leaders about the decision to follow US President Donald Trump's lead
Palestine has filed a lawsuit against the US at the International Court of Justice 'for violating international law by moving its embassy in Israel to the occupied city of Jerusalem'
This year's parade, the 17th annual Jerusalem march, is being held under the banner of 'Pride and Tolerance'
(3rd UPDATE) The new legislation, which serves as a de facto constitution, provokes fears of discrimination against Arab citizens of Israel
British officials say it is the first time a member of the royal family had ever visited the compound, which houses the Al-Aqsa mosque and the iconic golden-topped Dome of the Rock
Wearing an open-necked shirt and sunglasses, Prince William strolls along the sunny Mediterranean shoreline in Tel Aviv chatting with surfers about marine pollution
Pemerintah melarang turis Israel masuk ke Indonesia. Israel membalas dengan melarang pelancong asal Indonesia
Calling the plane by its Hebrew name, an Israeli general says: 'The Adir aircraft are already operational and flying combat missions'
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Tens of thousands have protested along Gaza's border with Israel since March 30 calling for Palestinian refugees to be able to return to their homes now inside Israel
'I hope that this message reaches our Palestinian brothers that self-expression and protest over this decision does not lead them to measures that could lead to more victims,' Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi says
Calling for 'dialogue, justice and peace,' Francis says violence 'has never led to peace. War incites war, violence incites violence'
(UPDATED) Israeli and Guatemalan officials attend an inauguration ceremony at the new embassy at an office park in the disputed city at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Here are some of the reactions from around the world following the violence on Monday, May 14
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'The Security Council expresses its outrage and sorrow at the killing of Palestinian civilians exercising their right to peaceful protest,' read a draft of the statement
(UPDATED) It is the deadliest day in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict since the 2014 Gaza war
US Ambassador David Friedman confirms President Donald Trump has prepared a video to be played during the opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem
'We hope that some countries across Latin America won't go moving their embassies to Jerusalem, because that is against international law,' Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas says
The embassy is to get a festive inauguration on Monday next week, to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the foundation of the state of Israel
Prime Minister Viorica Dancila's government has agreed on 'the start of procedures with a view to the transfer of the embassy to Jerusalem'
(UPDATED) Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas declares Saturday a day of national mourning. In a speech, he holds Israel fully responsible for the deaths.
(2nd UPDATE) Gazan leaders call on protesters to retreat from the border area until Saturday. The demonstration is planned to last 6 weeks, until the inauguration of the new US embassy in Jerusalem.
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The United States says the UN human rights council was 'grossly biased' against Israel after adopting 5 resolutions against the country
TV host and motivational speaker Anthony Pangilinan shares his memorable run in the Holy Land
US President Donald Trump says he would consider a trip to open the controversial embassy this May, when Israel celebrates 70 years since its declaration of independence
Christian leaders decide to reopen the church after Israel suspends tax measures they strongly oppose
Church officials say the Church of the Holy Sepulchre will be closed until further notice as they seek to pressure Israeli authorities to reverse their tax measures
(2nd UPDATE) Christian leaders are angered over attempts by Israeli authorities in Jerusalem to enforce tax collection on church property they consider commercial, saying exemptions only apply to places of worship or religious teaching
Ankara says the decision showed the US does not hear, 'and worse still, does not care about the voice of the international community’s conscience'
Palestinians object to recognition of the disputed city as Israel's capital and say the embassy move could destroy a two-state solution to the decades-old Middle East conflict
Mahmud Abbas will call for a new collective approach in a bid to salvage the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, says Palestinian ambassador Riyad Mansour
Pence's speech, filled with biblical references and praise of Israel, is greeted with loud applause by Israeli Jewish lawmakers