Vote would be in stages, first forming a parliament, then electing new president, and finally choosing members of the Palestine Liberation Organization, Fatah official says
Previously, Israel followed the recommendation of doctors in Gaza to allow travel to East Jerusalem for treatment. Now the army wants proof
Palestinian Authority Inches Toward Boiling Point Amid Economic Crisis, Israeli Security Officials Warn
Economic development has been keeping Palestinian protests focused on civil issues, but the coronavirus crisis could provide spark for a new outbreak of violence
Fatah and Hamas meet in Istanbul, hoping to pave the way for a united Palestinian front against normalization - but no major steps are expected before the U.S. elections
Dahlan has cultivated close ties with UAE leaders since his exile and some say he helped forge the Gulf state's ties with Israel
Three dozen trees were uprooted and 20 more despoiled in As-Sawiya, a Palestinian village that has been repeatedly subjected to acts of violence and vandalism
UNRWA provides aid to millions of Palestinian refugees, but faces a budget deficit without donations from the U.S. which refused to fund the agency for the past two years
Palestinian president says deals with Gulf states will not bring regional peace as long as occupation continues, calls for right to a state within 1967 borders
Palestinian PM Mohammad Shtayyeh says ceremony is 'a dark day in the history of the Arab nation'
Gratitude to the UAE's founding father for the $62 million development has turned to anger at his son after the August 13 announcement, making the Emirates the first Gulf state to establish ties with Israel
Tension is high following last month's devastating explosion at Beirut's port, and after another mysterious and huge blaze at the same site
In an apparent bid to calm Palestinian fears normalization would harm them, Trump said 'they're going to want to come in because all of their friends are in'
Draft resolution seen by Reuters doesn't include any calls to condemn or act against the Emirates over U.S.-brokered deal, which President Abbas initially called 'betrayal'
World Health Organization will act as temporary liaison to circumvent coordination freeze between Israel and PA which, along with tightened Israeli restrictions, has prevented Gazans' access to medical treatment
Ismail Haniyeh's Beirut meeting with the Hezbollah leader would take place days after understandings reached with Israel to end weeks of tensions and clashes
Despite an extended lockdown and restrictions in the Hamas-run enclave, infections are still rising in the Gaza Strip
A spokesman for the Gaza Interior Ministry said on Saturday that the lockdown would be extended for another 48 hours after the number of infected people has risen to 182
Car damaged, graffiti sprayed in West Bank village not far from Jewish settlement, two days after Palestinian arrested over fatal stabbing of rabbi
Official warns enclave can't handle more than a few dozen COVID-19 patients
Instead of strategy accepting Hamas will stay in power, Israel has taken a confused line – accusing group of holding Gazans hostage, while also imposing economic sanctions