Abbas wants to bring the resolution to a Security Council vote during his visit in New York in about two weeks, but Netanyahu slams proposal as pushing peace further away.
Human rights activists argue that detention of girl, convicted of attempting to commit a stabbing attack, violates Israeli and International law.
Power supply to West Bank cities was disrupted over a mounting $460 million Palestinian debt; under new deal, PA to immediately transfer $4.2 million.
Netanyahu claimed talks failed after Palestinians rejected Israel's offer, but both Israeli officials and Western diplomats now say that negotiators have resolved some of disputes.
After power outages in Bethlehem and Jericho, power reduced in center Hebron; Palestinian power company appeals Supreme Court.
Power-supply reductions and interruptions in Bethlehem and other cities due to the Palestinian Authority's accumulated debt of 1.7 billion shekels, say Israel Electric Corp. officials.
Haaretz has learned that pathologists – including Palestinian doctor who oversaw procedure – are in agreement that though Abed Fattah al-Sharif was also shot in his arm, shoulder, chest and lower body, none of those wounds were lethal.
Militant group says it hold two Israeli civilians and two soldiers, who Israel had declared killed in action during Gaza war.
Israel, accusing the Palestinians of submitting applications too late, says it cannot process exit permits in time for the runners to leave Gaza for Friday's race.
Two-thirds of Jericho without power, says director of a Palestinian electric company as talks continue to reduce debt of more than $451 million.