Israel and Palestine
Four Israelis stabbed ahead of Kerry visit
Four Israelis were stabbed and wounded in the country's south on Saturday while violence continued to roil the West Bank ahead of US Secretary of State John Kerry's visit next week.
Five dead in fresh attacks in Tel Aviv, West Bank: Israel
The attack brought to 18 the number of Israelis and others who have died, along with 80 Palestinians, in a wave of violence over the past seven weeks.
EU to require labels identifying goods that come from Israeli settlements
Anything sold in the EU and produced in territories occupied by Israel since 1967 will be subject to special labeling.
Living and dying in East Jerusalem
Most of the suspected attackers in recent stabbings have been from these neighborhoods. Here's what it's like inside them.
Israel's Palestinian politicians were elected by the people, but aren't welcome in parliament
'The dehumanization of the leaders of the community, and definitely the community itself, is becoming part of the mainstream.'
Kerry lays out steps to ease Israeli-Palestinian strife
US-ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS:Kerry lays out steps to ease Israeli-Palestinian strife
How to spot a terrorist, according to the Israeli police (VIDEO)
The video comes in the midst of a wave of attacks in Israel, the majority of them in Jerusalem.
Holocaust experts to Netanyahu: No, a Palestinian did not convince Hitler to kill Jews
'We know that responsibility for this crime against humanity is German and very much our own,' said Germany in response.
Netanyahu claims a Palestinian leader convinced Hitler to exterminate Jews
Israel's PM provoked a Holocaust controversy hours before a visit to Germany by saying that the Muslim elder in Jerusalem during the 1940s convinced Hitler to exterminate Jews.
What I saw in East Jerusalem was the collective punishment of thousands of people
Arbitrary restrictions on freedom of movement and other human rights violations cannot be justified in the name of security, an Amnesty researcher says.
4 Israeli cities effectively ban Arab workers from their schools
It's hard to see how tensions will abate as Israel ups security and 'lone wolf' attackers continue to hit the streets.
Latest violence in Israel and Palestine marked by 'lone wolf' attacks
Unlike in earlier uprisings, the attackers on the whole have no criminal record and few are affiliated with any political faction.
It is dangerously tense in Jerusalem right now
Yet the democratic American presidential hopefuls had nothing to say about it, or really any other foreign policy issue.
UN chief wants 'serious review' of Israeli use of force against Palestinians
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he finds "the apparent excessive use of force by Israeli security forces" to be "troubling."
As 3 more Israelis die, police consider making it easier for citizens to carry guns
Three Israelis and at least three of their Palestinian attackers were killed during Tuesday's 'Day of Rage,' making it the deadliest day yet in the current rash of violence.
Watch Palestinian protesters smash a hole in Israel's dividing wall
The destruction was largely symbolic, but it pointed to the growing frustration among Palestinians over what they see as an increasingly oppressive occupation.
In Jerusalem, Jews and Palestinians share an intifada frame of mind
Whether or not it's the beginning of a third intifada, the recent spate of violence in Jerusalem and surrounding territories has everyone on edge.
Unrest worsens as death toll rises, attack hits Jerusalem
A week of spiraling violence between Israelis and Palestinians saw more clashes and demonstrations Saturday and two more stabbings in Jerusalem.
Israeli forces shoot dead five Palestinians as violence rages on
Eleven days of bloodshed in which four Israelis and 21 Palestinians have been killed have raised concerns that a new Palestinian uprising may be brewing.
Israel responds to rising violence by tearing down more Palestinian homes
Rights groups say the practice is illegal and doesn't work. Even a military committee agrees it's ineffective.
Disguised as stone-throwers, Israeli special forces open fire on Palestinians
In a matter of seconds, the men wearing scarves over their faces and throwing stones along with a group of Palestinians pulled out their pistols, opened fire and blew their cover.
The violence in Jerusalem is spreading. Here's why it could be really hard to stop
Conflict over Jerusalem's holy site is older than the state of Israel itself.
The latest violence in Jerusalem looks like more of the same. It’s not
Analysis: Israelis and Palestinians alike brace for Sept. 23, when Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Jewish calendar, coincides with the Muslim day of sacred feast, Eid al-Adha.
The failure to rebuild Gaza is causing untold misery and threatens a future conflict
Gaza now has a spike in burn victims, because of kitchen and heating accidents in makeshift homes.
Gazans pay tribute to Syrian toddler Aylan with sand sculpture
'It reminded me of the children of the Bakr family who were killed on the Gaza beach during the last war.'
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.