Ancient terraces in Battir were designated Unesco World Heritage Site in bid to change route of Israeli wall.
Under new policy in force since July, dozens of Palestinian minors have been jailed for a month or two before their trials.
Don't expect to find anything remotely political among the newly approved street names for the Arab part of the city.
Monastery includes olive press, wine press and mosaics; Antiquities Authority launches new website for archeological survey of entire country.
Terraces at Batir, near Bethlehem, were declared UNESCO World Heritage site in attempt to save them from construction of the separation barrier.
Hundreds arrested in East Jerusalem in recent weeks; 13-year-olds among those in prison.
The demonstration, which in its early years was the subject of protests by ultra-Orthodox residents, passes quietly.
Planning committee nixes right-wing organization’s plan to build permanent facility between Arab and Jewish neighborhoods.
Petition alleges that Jewish employers are using the police to intimidate Arab workers trying to unionize.
Some 100 instances of attacks on trains since beginning of July; summer hotel occupancy rates at lowest point since 2000.