Move to demoliish hundreds of Arab apartments ‘destroying every chance of peace’, says Fatah
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Thursday 06 December 2012
Defying mounting international protests, Israel moved ahead Wednesday with plans for a West Bank settlement project near Jerusalem that has been widely condemned as diminishing prospects for a territorially viable Palestinian state.
Tuesday 04 December 2012
Palestinian officials are threatening to use the new status conferred by last week’s United Nations vote to haul Israel before the International Criminal Court (ICC) if it continues to expand West Bank settlements.
Monday 03 December 2012
Israeli plans to build 3,000 homes for Jewish settlers in the West Bank risk "an almost fatal blow" to peace, the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon warned last night.
Sunday 02 December 2012
The Long View: Our Middle East Correspondent interviews a feminist, patriot and widow who is nostalgic for a time of much greater harmony in the region
Israel gives go-ahead for new West Bank settlement hours after historic UN vote on Palestinian statehood
Friday 30 November 2012
Israel has approved the construction of 3,000 homes in Jewish settlements in the West Bank and east Jerusalem, a government official said, in what appeared to be a defiant response to the Palestinians' successful United Nations recognition bid.
Thursday 29 November 2012
Thousands of Palestinians took to the streets throughout the West Bank and Gaza today to celebrate a United Nations General Assembly vote which was expected to indirectly recognise a Palestinian state, by upgrading the Palestinian Authority's status from that of observer to non-member state.
Tuesday 20 November 2012
Members of the family which lost four generations in one Israeli attack tell Kim Sengupta of a loss which has left them in despair
Saturday 17 November 2012
The death toll mounts, as do fears of a drawn-out conflict, reports Donald Macintyre from Beit Hanoun in Gaza
Friday 16 November 2012
Writing one of the most acclaimed new plays of recent times and receiving huge praise for its follow up, Jez Butterworth has the pick of projects on both sides of the Atlantic.
What to Do, See & Buy: Phoebe Sherwood-Moore; Meyer-Lavigne; 175 years of the RCA; Charbonnel et Walker; Babington House
Saturday 10 November 2012
Friday 19 October 2012
In East Jerusalem, addresses in many Palestinian neighborhoods are nonexistent. Without street names and house numbers, people identify where they live by adjacent landmarks: "opposite the mosque," or "next to the corner bakery."
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