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Israel arrests Palestinians ‘planning attack on defence minister’

Israel arrested six Palestinians suspected of planning attacks targeting Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman and other Israelis in the occupied West Bank, security agency Shin Bet said Sunday.

Two teenagers killed in Israeli air raids in Gaza Strip

Two Palestinian teenagers were found killed in the southern area of the besieged Gaza Strip, following two waves of Israeli air raids.

Israel hits Hamas targets in Gaza after soldiers attack

Israeli military has bombarded weapon-manufacturing sites and training infrastructures of Hamas, the Islamic militant group that rules Gaza.

Palestine mulls ‘giving up’ West Bank autonomy

Palestinians may decide to dissolve the existing self-governing bodies and return the responsibility over the territories and its large population to Israel, Nabil Shaath, the foreign affairs adviser of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said.

Convictions upheld for Israelis in murder of Palestinian teen

Israel’s supreme court on Thursday rejected an appeal by three members of a Jewish gang convicted of kidnapping, beating and burning alive a Palestinian teenager in 2014.

Egypt opens border with Gaza temporarily, first time in 2018

Egyptian officials say the country has opened its border with the Gaza Strip for the first time this year.

Gaza has just 10 days of emergency fuel left – UN

The United Nations has warned that Gaza's emergency fuel supplies will run dry in 10 days unless it receives immediate donor support.

Israeli aircraft hits Hamas position in Gaza Strip

Israeli Air Force attacked a Hamas observation post in the southern Gaza Strip early Friday morning in response to a rocket attack several hours earlier, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) said.

UN workers protest against Donald Trump in Gaza

Official says 13,000 employees of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) on Monday began a one-day strike, protesting U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to freeze funding to the agency.

Israel destroys tunnel from Gaza it says intended for attacks

Israel said Sunday it used a combination of air strikes and other means to destroy a tunnel stretching from the Gaza Strip into the country and continuing into Egypt.

Gaza fisherman shot dead by Egyptian army

A fisherman from the Gaza Strip was shot dead by the Egyptian army overnight for unclear reasons, Palestinian officials said Saturday, calling for an immediate investigation into the incident.

Two Palestinians killed in clashes with Israeli forces

Two Palestinian teenagers were shot dead in clashes with Israel’s military Thursday, Palestinian officials said, amid tensions over US President Donald Trump’s recent Jerusalem declaration and a deadly gun attack.

Conjoined Gaza twins separated in Saudi Arabia

Conjoined twin girls born in the blockaded Palestinian enclave of the Gaza Strip were separated in "successful" surgery in Riyadh Monday, the state-run Saudi Press Agency said in a statement.

Turkey-based TV airs Egypt tapes on Jerusalem

A Turkey-based TV station has released audio recordings it said were of an Egyptian intelligence officer asking influential hosts in Egypt to persuade their viewers to accept a US decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

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