No Jewish-Arab holiday strife, but plenty of bike accidents as Israelis take to the streets for Yom Kippur and Id al-Adha.
Palestinian Authority calls on U.S. administration to do more than merely denounce Israeli settlement construction.
Mateh Binyamin says it is solving a traffic problem for Israelis at a busy West Bank intersection north of Jerusalem. Critics label it unimpeded apartheid.
United States expected to veto Palestinian bid for date for Israeli withdrawal at UN Security Council; Joining the court would enable the Palestinians to sue key Israelis for war crimes.
Amnesty International calls on European countries to send boats to pick up migrants, including Palestinians from Gaza, rather than leave them to the mercy of smugglers.
Says relationship at risk if UN Security Council does not approve planned resolution on setting borders and timetable for ending occupation.
Arab communities held ceremonies at various towns where 13 rioters were killed in clashes with Israeli police at the beginning of the second intifada.
Deployment ratcheted up to prevent possible violence on Jewish fast of Yom Kippur and Muslim feast of Id al-Adha, which fall on same day.
PM's speech called 'pure propaganda that completely ignored the occupation,' by top PLO official; others praise Netanyahu's performance.
In Al-Hayat interview, Egyptian foreign minister says he hopes summer conflict will prompt international efforts to establish a Palestinian state, and that disarmament can only be part of a peace deal.