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35 min ago | The Baltimore Sun
Mohammed Al-Telbani, owner of one of Gaza's biggest food factories, is the sort of businessman plucky enough to thrive despite an Israeli blockade of the Palestinian coastal enclave, but even he says he is finally running out of answers.
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4 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
A Palestinian child holds a lit candle as he prays in front of a poster of late South African leader Nelson Mandela, during a special service in his honour in the West Bank.
In a ceremony held in the Washington headquarters of the World Bank on Monday, Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority will sign an agreement green-lighting the construction of Red Sea-Dead Sea pipeline, Yedioth Aharonoth journalist reported.
Executive Committee warns there will be no deal that excludes Jordan Valley, Jerusalem as the capital of a Palestinian state.
Goods still can't flow from Gaza to the West Bank for security reason, Prime Minister Binaymin Netanyahu said Sunday as he thanked Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte for his country's contribution to a new scanner at the Kerem Shalom Crossing on the Gaza border, when the two met in Herzilya.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sits across from Finance Minister Yair Lapid and next to Secretary-General of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Jose Angel Gurria during the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem December 8, 2013.
A Palestinian man hangs a picture of Nelson Mandela next to a portrait of Yasser Arafat at a memorial service in Jerusalem's Old City, December 8, 2013 Palestinians on both sides of the Fatah-Hamas split mourned the death of South African leader Nelson Mandela on Thursday, branding him an enthusiastic supporter of the Palestinian cause.
President Obama on Saturday told an influential audience in Washington that his pursuit of a comprehensive diplomatic deal to end Iran's development of a nuclear weapon is as likely to fail as succeed, but he defended it as the best option to protect U.S. and Israeli national security with respect to the issue.
A 15-year-old Palestinian boy died of a gunshot wound in the occupied West Bank on Saturday, hospital officials said, and his father and two friends blamed Israeli troops guarding a nearby settlement for the shooting.
The last walk that Ronald Westbrook took started around 1 a.m. He slipped unnoticed from his North Georgia home with his two dogs.
File photo of two Kassam rockets headed toward Israel shortly after they were fired by Palestinian terrorists in Gaza.
Three children were hospitalized Friday evening following a house fire in the southern Gaza Strip.
1967 - Israel submits to the United Nations a five-year plan to solve the Arab refugee problem conditioned on a general peace settlement between Israel and the Arab states.
Nelson Mandela's struggle for freedom inspired Palestinians to believe that their own liberation was "possible," jailed Palestinian leader Marwan Barghuti said on Friday.
Nelson Mandela led black South Africans in their struggle to throw off the yoke of white rule and then helped the entire nation heal the wounds of racial division.
Israeli forces fired tear gas, rubber-coated bullets and stun grenades at Palestinian worshipers on Friday during clashes in the al-Aqsa compound.