Residents are living in fear following Israeli killings in the West Bank, while both the Palestinian Authority and Israeli forces reportedly arrest protesters
Ireland is set to become the first EU country to impose a ban on the import of goods from illegal Israeli settlements in occupied territories of Palestine should a new bill passed by its upper house of parliament be approved by the lower house.
Jerusalem municipality orders demolition of shops on pretext they were built without permits. Palestinians say Israeli authorities rarely give permission to build businesses in occupied Jerusalem's Shuafat refugee camp.
Israeli Parliament approves legislation allowing further expansion of illegal Jewish-only settlement in the occupied city's Silwan neighbourhood.
Majority of the disputed city's roughly 300,000 Palestinians are expected to boycott the polls again, despite calls by a minority to use the moment to seize influence in a city under full Israeli control for decades.
Marches and strikes marking the beginning of the second intifada across Palestine coincide with increasing incursions by Israeli occupation forces in Palestine.
No previous US administration has been as aggressive as Trump's in trying to kill any hope of Palestinian statehood. Here are 10 actions the current administration has taken.
The newly-built protest huts are near Khan al Ahmar, a Bedouin village that has become a focus of Palestinian protests and international concern.
Two families brought in diggers to destroy their own homes rather than face the prospect of Israeli settlers moving in after losing a land ownership battle in Israel's courts.
The Duke will meet separately with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Reuven Rivlin in Jerusalem as well as Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah.
The Palestinian Foreign Ministry has recalled its ambassadors to Romania, Hungary, Austria and the Czech Republic because these countries participated and celebrated at a reception of the US embassy which opened in Jerusalem.
Around 180 people in the villages face losing their homes if Israel's Supreme Court decides that the army can evict them for squatting.
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