Israel and Palestine
Beijing is hell-bent on having clear skies for its military parade
Even monkeys — yes, monkeys — have been enlisted to help get ready for China's massive 70th anniversary celebration of the end of World War II.
Trying to rebuild your house in Gaza is a Kafkaesque nightmare
Even when donor aid is available, rebuilding homes destroyed in Operation Protective Edge is often impossible.
Israel fires back at Syria after rocket attack
The initial incident marks the first time since 1973 that rockets from Syrian territory have hit Israel.
The world promised billions to rebuild Gaza, but didn’t deliver. Why not?
All politics is local.
Fears of more violence haunt village where Palestinian child was killed
'You feel like they are dreaming every night that a settler will come to kill them,' one West Bank resident said of his children.
Here's why Israelis aren't getting too worked up about the Iran deal
Analysis: Israeli politicians have cried wolf too many times.
Netanyahu asks US Jews to oppose Iran nuclear deal
His plea could translate into grassroots pressure on US lawmakers to reject the treaty.
How a stone-throwing Palestinian youth became a life-changing music teacher
Ramzi Aburedwan was a child of the First Palestinian Intifada.
This man is bringing surfing to Gaza's dangerous seas
Shark attacks might be scary, but here surfers worry about raw sewage and gunfire.
In West Bank, Palestinians 'are just waiting for the bulldozers'
The residents of Susiya expect their homes to be razed any day now.
Netanyahu remains defiant in face of isolation after Iran deal
The prime minister reiterated that the option of military strikes against Iran was still on the table.
Israel says two Israelis taken captive in Gaza, one by Hamas
Hamas had not yet commented on the case.
Israel says two citizens being held by Hamas in Gaza
Hamas has declined to confirm or deny it had the captives.
Israeli women launch fast for peace on Gaza war anniversary
Nearly 300 are expected to take part in the protest taking place outside of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's official Jerusalem residence.
Gazans talk about the worst war they've lived through
'I am tired of telling the same story, the same narrative. ... We just need the world to understand that this is an issue of justice and freedom.'
Hundreds of kids died in Gaza’s war. The ones who survived are living a nightmare
Last year’s war with Israel wasn’t just a horrific summer of violence.
U.N. calls on Israel, Palestinians to prosecute Gaza war crimes
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4 times the Israeli government tried to explain complicated issues with crude cartoons
War, terrorism, the media — there are few subjects that cannot be explained with crayons.
UN blasts both Israelis and Palestinians for likely war crimes during 2014 Gaza conflict
'The extent of the devastation and human suffering in Gaza was unprecedented,' said the chair of the commission studying the conflict.
No charges as Israel closes probe into deadly Gaza beach bombing
The Israeli army said on Thursday that it was dropping proceedings over a July 16 bombing of a Gaza beach where four children died during last summer's war.
Israel frees Palestinian lawmaker after a year behind bars
Aziz Dweik, speaker of the Palestinian Legislative Council, was arrested on June 16, 2014 as Israel staged a massive crackdown.
Forget Iran, the Israeli government has found another existential threat to worry about
Israel is in a panic about the Boycott, Divest and Sanction (BDS) movement.
Israeli warplanes strike Gaza after rocket attacks
The bombing targeted three training bases in Gaza City.
Where has all the Gaza aid money gone? Help us find out
Donors pledged billions last summer to help Gaza recover from a devastating 7-week war. But only a fraction has been spent.
Netanyahu reverses ban on Palestinians using settler buses
The move came as EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini began her first visit to the region since a new rightwing Israeli government was sworn in last week.
At least 17 wounded as Israeli soldiers, Palestinians clash on 'Nakba' day
Despite reports, the Israeli military denied using live ammunition.
The new Netanyahu government is a colorful coalition
Israel's new rightwing government brings together a former convict, religious conservatives and a far-right justice minister criticised for inflammatory comments on Palestinians.
Rooftop gardens link Palestinians to land lost in Nakba
"The young people have not forgotten and they will never forget."
The Vatican is now the 136th country to formally recognize Palestine
Welcome to the club.
The Vatican has recognized Palestine since 2013. So what's the big deal today?
The Holy See and Palestinian leaders are working on a treaty about the Catholic Church in Palestine.
Netanyahu coalition passes first parliament hurdle
The measure delays implementation of a law passed last year to limit the number of ministers serving under the premier to 18 in an attempt to reduce public spending.