Pope Tawadros II attends Saturday funeral of local bishop in Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre, stirring opposition in Egypt.
In first incident in the Old City, assailant shot and killed; victim in second attack was a foreign worker.
Station manager says Israeli army ordered him to close for six months, confiscated equipment and damaged studios; this is the third such closure in a month.
Leader of recently outlawed northern branch vows to continue activities: 'Protest proves Islamic Movement has been born again.'
Security cabinet decision grants military commanders power to put Palestinian villages under lockdown, but army source says the IDF never needed such authorization.
The victims, in their early 20s, were evacuated to Jerusalem hospitals; Palestinian media reports the assailant wasn't carrying out an attack, was in a car accident, before he was shot and killed.
Two Palestinians killed in clashes with security forces; police say third man shot during attempted stabbing attack near Tapuah Junction.
Palestinian attacker shot dead by security forces after coming out of his car armed with a knife and stabbing the victim in the South Hebron Hills.
Sam Araj, 20, went to police after media reports accused him of role in Be'er Sheva attack. He was then indicted for rioting near a West Bank checkpoint.
Palestinians claim that the incidents in 2014 war, including damage to UNRWA schools, constitute war crimes; Palestinian human rights groups demand ICC probe.