Palestinians report four people wounded, including three children, in Israeli airstrikes before dawn on Thursday. Israel said its attacks were in response to mortar fire at IDF soldiers.
An Israeli lawmaker claims Berjas Aweidat, who disappeared in Damascus in 2003, was held for allegedly spying for Israel.
PLO's Saeb Erekat says talks have ground to a halt due to Israel's rejection of Palestinian requests to resume full security duties in Area A.
Six of the journalists are being held in administrative detention; Shin Bet says all are suspected of involvement in terrorist activity or organizations.
Haaretz has learned that Military Police investigation unit has begun probing incident in which three minors were beaten and humiliated after crossing into Israel illegally.
Two other people were injured in what witnesses said appeared to be a 'work accident.'
Arab communities worry over lack of personal safety and trust that police will take action.
One of those killed after car collides with truck, catches fire, was relative from Dubai visiting with family.
Eyewitness accounts by Palestinians contradict police's claim that Maram Abu Ismayil, 23, and her brother Ibrahim Salah Tahah, 16, refused their request to stop and posed a threat to officers.
According to police, two were killed after woman threw knife at guards.