Two-thirds of Jericho without power, says director of a Palestinian electric company as talks continue to reduce debt of more than $451 million.
Arab organizations criticize government for discriminatory policies and incitement against Arab community.
Photographer of incident in which an Israeli soldier shot a terrorist last Thursday in Hebron says he's living in fear.
A relative of Abed al-Fattah al-Sharif, a knife-wielding assailant who was shot dead by a soldier after being subdued, says Israel won't allow a Palestinian pathologist's presence at his autopsy.
Abbas rejected Kerry's request to soften UN resolution targeting settlements, Palestinian official says.
Man to receive 500,000 shekels, even though no charges were filed against the police officer who shot him.
UN Human Rights Council to vote on Palestinian initiative calling on international companies to avoid direct or indirect transactions with businesses linked to the West Bank.
Ban is a tit-for-tat response to Israel's recent ban on several Palestinian dairy products for what it said were public health reasons.
'We will bring the matter to our mother churches in Europe, including the Holy See in Rome,' warns director of Nazareth school.
'We will continue along the path of resistance in all its aspects, including the armed struggle,' says leader Ismail Haniyeh.