Israeli police dispersed a protest in the northern West Bank town of Kafr Qaddum using tear gas and live ammunition, which led to the injury of a foreign protestor, eyewitnesses said.
A 17-year-old girl was detained at a checkpoint outside the city's Ibrahimi Mosque after she gave up a knife which was inside her bag, police spokeswoman Luba Samri said
Palestinian officials fear that an anticipated cold spell this winter could further aggravate the dire humanitarian situation in the blockaded Gaza Strip
At least 270 Palestinian women were killed during this summer's devastating Israeli onslaught on the Gaza Strip, according to Palestinian government figures.
For the draft resolution to pass, nine council members must endorse it – provided it is not vetoed by a permanent member.
This is the third time the Israeli police stop Hamdallah's convoy since he assumed office in June
Palestinian villages in the West Bank, especially those near Israeli settlements, have recently been subject to repeated assaults by Jewish settlers
"In recent years, in the wake of the last decade's terrorism wave, checkpoints have been erected and roads have been closed," Ya'alon was quoted as saying by The Jerusalem Post
The Health Ministry cannot purchase the fuel needed to run its electricity generators due to the failure of a new Palestinian unity government to pay operation costs
The orders mean that the Palestinians cannot use any of the land in the designated area for purported "security reasons."
Al-Maliki voiced the Palestinian unity government's gratitude for the move, especially to those Spanish political parties that had voted to endorse the resolution.
The Israeli gunboats fired at the Palestinian fishing boats off the town of Rafah
Israeli troops demolished the house of Abdel-Rahman al-Sheloudi ho rammed his vehicle into a group of people in the occupied city...
Hamas-appointed public employees would continue to stage strikes until they were officially merged into the unity government and their salaries were regulated, union says
Hamas said the unity government headed by Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah has disappointed the Palestinian people, especially the residents of the Gaza Strip.
The union accused the Palestinian national unity government of neglecting the cleaners and their "difficult" living and economic conditions.
Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said Fatah had continued to agitate Palestinians against his movement by claiming that it had stood behind the bombing of the homes of Fatah leaders in the Gaza Strip
Only six truckloads of building supplies will be allowed entry into Gaza for projects carried out by international organizations
For the first time since Israel imposed a blockade on the Gaza Strip in 2007, small amounts of fish and vegetables are making their way across the Gaza border and into West Bank markets
Al-Zahar called on Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and his Fatah movement to hold the elections with the aim of resolving the "current political crisis"
Al-Zahar said Hamas was ready for resuming the indirect cease-fire talks with Israel, waiting for an Egyptian invitation in this regard