U.S. Citizens Wounded in Shooting Near Jerusalem's Western Wall
Israeli police and medics say a Palestinian gunman opened fire at a bus near Jerusalem’s Old City, wounding eight Israelis.
As Cease-fire Between Israel and Palestinian Militants Hold, Gaza Crossings Reopen
With a cease-fire between Israel and Palestinian militants holding after nearly three days of violence, Gaza’s sole power plant resumed operations. That came as Israel began reopening crossings into the territory Monday
Ben & Jerry's Sues Parent Company to Block Sale of Its Israeli Business
The Vermont-based ice cream maker Ben & Jerry’s is suing its corporate parent Unilever over a plan that would allow its product to be sold in east Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank.
Funeral For Slain Journalist Held in Jerusalem
Thousands of Palestinians attended the funeral of Shireen Abu Akleh in Jerusalem.
Israeli Police Beat Mourners at Palestinian-American Journalist's Funeral
Israeli police moved in on a crowd of mourners at the funeral of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, beating demonstrators with batons and causing pallbearers to briefly drop the casket. The crackdown came during a rare show of Palestinian nationalism in east Jerusalem, the part of the holy city that Israel captured in 1967 and that the Palestinians claim...
Al Jazeera Reporter Killed During Israeli Raid in West Bank
Veteran Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh has been shot and killed while covering an Israeli military raid in the occupied West Bank. The broadcaster and two reporters who were with her blamed Israeli forces for her killing on Wednesday. She was one of the satellite channel’s best-known reporters. Israel’s defense minister, Benny Gantz, promised a transparent investigation, and said...
Israel Renews Law Barring Citizenship Through Marriage for Palestinians
Israel’s parliament has renewed a temporary law dating back to 2003 that bars Israeli citizens from extending citizenship or even residency to Palestinian spouses from the occupied West Bank and Gaza.