The clashes are the latest in a string of skirmishes between Palestinian combatants and the Israeli military
'A lot of what's happening is frustration... the frustration of people who see huge gaps between west and east Jerusalem'
The soldiers shouted 'Allahu Akbar' and called the journalist a 'liar' during the report
Republican presidential hopeful's comments follow a controversial bid to bar Muslims from the United States
The EU says land occupied by Israel since 1967 is not part of its internationally recognised borders so cannot be labelled "Made in Israel".
Her alleged attacker was killed immediately by Israel Defence Forces soldiers
Isis was quick to understand a truth the West must now confront: that the national borders imposed by colonial powers 100 years go are becoming meaningless, says Robert Fisk
"Israel must act as an example and spearhead the struggle against radical Islam"
Thousands of riot police and mounted officers were deployed to contain crowds after the largely peaceful protest dispersed across London
A student has been filmed repeatedly hitting an axe against a wall that separates the West Bank city of Abu Dis from East Jerusalem.
Hassan Ajaj believes the image of his spontaneous act of defiance expressed the extent of Palestinian frustration
Mr Netanyahu said he is looking at stripping the resident status of inhabitants of the Palestinian neighbourhoods that lie beyond the separation barrier
Lord Grade said the coverage had failed to show stone-throwing Palestinians and failed to give viewers 'the wider context'
The incidents in Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank come as tensions run high after more than a fortnight of unrest
'The IDF will take all measures to bring the perpetrators of this despicable act to justice'
Authorities say three Israelis and one Palestinian have been killed in multiple attacks, with at least 20 others wounded in a 'Day of Rage'