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Britain slams Israeli settlement expansion in West Bank
London, April 18 : British Foreign Secretary William Hague Thursday slammed Israel's recent steps towards settlement expansion in the West Bank, stressing that negotiations are the only way to peace, British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) announced Thursday.
Israel kidnapped five citizens, claims Lebanon
Beirut, April 17 : An Israeli army unit infiltrated the Blue Line border with Lebanon Thursday and kidnapped five Lebanese citizens, a media report said.
UN official calls for ending Israeli blockade on Gaza
Gaza, April 16 : A UN official Wednesday described keeping an Israeli blockade imposed on the Gaza Strip for almost seven years as "a collective punishment", Xinhua reported.
Red Cross warns collapse of humanitarian services in Gaza
Gaza, April 15 : The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Monday warned of a collapse of humanitarian services in the Gaza Strip due to eight years of Israeli blockade.
Israeli soldiers arrested for munition trade
Jerusalem, April 15 : Four Israeli soldiers were arrested on suspicion of selling munitions stolen from their army bases to convicted felons, police announced Monday.
Palestine criticises Israeli economic sanctions
Ramallah, April 12 : Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Malki Friday criticised Israel's decision to impose economic sanctions on the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) as peace talks falter between the two sides.
Israeli start-up develops 30-second battery charger
Jerusalem, April 11 : Using nanotechnology, an Israeli firm has created a new material inspired by nature that can charge smartphones within seconds.
Israeli diplomats booked for assaulting Delhi airport official
New Delhi, April 6 : Three Israeli diplomats were booked for slapping and thrashing an immigration official at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport here, police said Sunday.
Israel strikes targets in Gaza
Jerusalem, April 6 : The Israeli military conducted airstrike on five targets in the Gaza Strip Sunday in retaliation to continued rocket fire towards Israel.
Israel confirms Gaza air strikes
Jerusalem, April 4 : Israeli jets struck targets in the Gaza Strip overnight Thursday after Palestinian militants renewed rocket fire into southern Israel, the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) said in a statement Friday.
Four injured as Israeli jet fighters strike Gaza
Gaza, April 4 : Four Palestinians were injured early Friday in a series of Israeli airstrikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, sources said.
Bar Refaeli's new ad banned on Israeli TV
New York, April 3 : Bar Refaeli's new commercial has been banned in Israeli TV.
Iran can be normal nation without n-aspiration: Israel
Vienna, April 1 : Israeli President Shimon Peres said Monday that Iran "can become a normal country" if it dosen't seek nuclear weapon.
Israel to seize West Bank land for settlement projects
Ramallah, March 31 : Israeli authorities have issued orders to confiscate around 75 acres of Palestinian-owned land in the West Bank for settlement projects, a Palestinian official said Monday.
Former Israel PM convicted of bribery
Jerusalem, March 31 : Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was convicted Monday in a corruption case dating to the decade from 1993 when he was the mayor of Jerusalem.
Netanyahu vows response to every effort to attack
Jerusalem, March 31 : Two days after Israeli army shot dead two suspected gunmen while trying to enter the country from Syria, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed Sunday to repel all cross-border attacks.
Israeli parliament okays millions to finance settlements
Jerusalem, March 31 : The Israeli parliament's finance committee approved Sunday 177 million shekels ($50 million) for the Settlement Division, a controversial body which bolsters the settlements in the occupied West Bank, Xinhua reported.
UN urges halt to demolitions in East Jerusalem
New York, Mar 29 : A senior United Nations official expressed deep concern on Friday about the ongoing displacement of Palestinians in East Jerusalem and the destruction of their private property following the Israeli authorities' recent demolition of a two-story building there, which affected a ...
John Kerry to discuss Israeli-Palestinian talks
Washington, March 26 : US Secretary of State John Kerry is to travel to Jordan Wednesday in a bid to salvage the faltering peace talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians, the State Department said Tuesday.
Israeli foreign ministry on full strike
New Delhi, March 24 : In an unprecedented development, Israel's foreign ministry has gone on an "indefinite strike", hitting its diplomatic processes across the world, including in India.
Staff strike forces Israeli embassies to shut worldwide
Jerusalem, March 24 : Israeli foreign ministry workers began a general strike Sunday, effectively shutting down all diplomatic services in Israel and around 103 foreign missions abroad.
Britain criticises Israeli settlement plan in West Bank
London, March 23 : Britain has denounced Israel's recent plan to build more settlement units in the West Bank, the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office has announced.
Israeli settlement impedes peace talks: Abbas
Ramallah, March 23 : Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Saturday that the Israeli policies of settlement expansion and the killing of Palestinians put the peace talks in a negative atmosphere, a media report said.
Mahmoud Abbas condemns killing of Palestinians
Ramallah, March 22 : Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Saturday condemned the latest Israeli killing of three Palestinian activists in the West Bank.
UN seeks legal status of Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands
New York, Mar 22 : An independent United Nations human rights expert on Friday called for an assessment by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) of the legal status of Israel's prolonged occupation of Palestinian Territory.
Israel gears up for possible unilateral strike on Iran
Jerusalem, March 20 : Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister Moshe Ya'alon have ordered the military to continue preparations for a possible strike on Iran's nuclear facilities during 2014, a media report here said.
Netanyahu admits Israel's aggressiveness: PM
Jerusalem, March 20 : Israel inevitably resorts to "aggressive" military action sometimes to maintain security and quiet on its northern frontier, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu admitted Wednesday in the wake of Israeli air strikes on Syrian military targets.
Israeli forces shoot dead Palestinian boy
Jerusalem, March 19 : Israeli forces shot dead a Palestinian teenager in the West Bank city of Hebron Wednesday, medical sources and witnesses said.
Israel strikes Syrian army posts
Jerusalem, March 19 : The Israeli air force struck at Syrian army posts Wednesday following an attack near the Israeli-Syrian border in which four Israeli soldiers were injured, the Israel Defence Force (IDF) said.
France condemns attacks on Israelis
Paris, March 14 : The French foreign ministry Thursday condemned Islamic Jihad militants' attacks against Israeli communities, calling on both sides to show restraint to avoid escalating violence in the region.