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The joint press conference is spurred by common opposition against US President Donald Trump's controversial peace plan, which paves the way for Israel to annex territory in the occupied West Bank
With no announcement currently scheduled on Israel's self-imposed kick-off date, opponents of the plan – notably Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza – are mobilizing
Right-wing premier Benjamin Netanyahu gives no indication as to his plans ahead of the possible July 1 kick-off date
Michelle Bachelet urges Israel to shift course, warning that 'the shockwaves of annexation will last for decades, and will be extremely damaging to Israel, as well as to the Palestinians'
Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas says the annexation plans show Israel is no longer abiding by peace accords between the two
The US-Israel meeting, a day before a new Israeli government is due to be sworn in, will focus partly on President Donald Trump's controversial Middle East peace plan
The Palestinian Authority also announces a two-week ban on tourists and closes down the Church of the Nativity
The Israeli military reports no rocket fire from the territory and Agence France-Presse correspondents in Gaza report no Israeli strikes
The UN reiterates its support for a solution 'where two democratic states, Israel and Palestine, live side by side in peace within secure and recognized borders'
US President Donald Trump's proposals reportedly include no Palestinian input and grants Israel much of what it has sought in decades of international diplomacy
US State secretary Mike Pompeo tells reporters, the US has concluded that 'the establishment of Israeli civilian settlements in the West Bank is not, per se, inconsistent with international law'
UN envoy Nickolay Mladenov is expected in Cairo for talks on halting the fighting
Benjamin Netanyahu's pledge, a week ahead of a closely fought general election, is controversial but what would it actually mean?
The Palestinian Authority condemns Netanyahu visit as 'provocative' and politically motivated
President Juan Orlando Hernandez of Honduras announces that his country would open a diplomatic office in Jerusalem
The confidential report by the ethics department of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency describes 'credible and corroborated' allegations of serious ethical abuses, including involving UNRWA's top official
Residents and activists are dragged out of the homes, many of which are still under construction
Palestinian minister for Jerusalem affairs Fadi al-Hadami was detained questioned for 'activities in Jerusalem,' according to Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld
Jared Kushner promises to put out the political plan at 'the right time' and says the Palestinian Authority could help its people by embracing the US recommendations
The Peace to Prosperity economic workshop that begins June 25 is billed as the start of a new approach that will later include political solutions to the long intractable Middle East conflict
'We cannot accept the annexation of territories by any country because this is (a) violation of international law,' says Palestinian foreign minister Riyad al-Maliki
Heiko Maas reaffirms his country's support for a two-state solution ahead of a long-awaited United States peace plan
Bringing settlements under Israeli sovereignty on a large-scale could end any remaining hopes for a two-state solution to Israel's conflict with the Palestinians
'This is a collective Palestinian position, from President Mahmud Abbas and the PLO Executive Committee to all Palestinian political movements and factions, national figures, private sector and civil society'
The escalation follows weeks of growing tension and comes at an especially sensitive time ahead of Israel's April 9 elections
Israeli aircraft targeted several militant sites in Gaza after an 'explosive balloon' launched from the Palestinian enclave damaged a house in Israel
The investigators specify that there are reasonable grounds to believe that Israeli troops killed and injured Palestinians 'who were neither directly participating in hostilities, nor posing an imminent threat'
Turkey has observers in the Norway-led team tasked with promoting security for Palestinians in Hebron, which is holy to both Muslims and Jews and has been a flashpoint in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Susan Abulhawa, author of 'Mornings in Jenin,' is detained on arrival at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport and, Israeli officials say, will be deported
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the consulate general, a separate office which handled dealings with the Palestinians, is replaced by a new Palestinian Affairs Unit inside the controversial new US embassy in Jerusalem
Israeli warplanes strike 20 targets in Gaza Strip in retaliation for rocket fire from the Palestinian territory
The United States, Israel and Australia are the only 3 countries to oppose the measure in the 193-nation assembly
Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas says Donald Trump has forfeited his right to be regarded as a neutral broker
The State Department says the Palestinians had refused to engage with either the United States or Israel and of rejecting outright a still unseen US peace plan
'The regrettable decision of the US to no longer be part of this international and multilateral effort leaves a substantial gap,' says the European Union
(3rd UPDATE) The United States will no longer fund the 'irredeemable flawed' UN Relief and Works Agency, which supports millions of Palestinian refugees and provides education for children
'The rights of the Palestinian people are not for sale,' says a member of PLO's executive committee
The decision to cut Palestinian funding comes amid a surge of violence brought about by Palestinian protests against Israel that began in March
Cooperation between Israel and the Palestinians is necessary for the proposals to work, says United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres
The recent violence in Gaza marks the most serious escalation between Israel and Hamas since the 2014 war
British officials say it is the first time a member of the royal family had ever visited the compound, which houses the Al-Aqsa mosque and the iconic golden-topped Dome of the Rock
Wearing an open-necked shirt and sunglasses, Prince William strolls along the sunny Mediterranean shoreline in Tel Aviv chatting with surfers about marine pollution
Prince William, the second in line to the British throne, wearing a black skullcap, rekindled the eternal flame and laid a wreath at Israel's Holocaust memorial Yad Vashem as a youth choir sang
Prince William leaves Britain for a tour of Jordan, Israel and the Palestinian territories
Razan al-Najjar's death brings the toll of Gazans killed by Israeli fire since the end of March to 123
(UPDATED) The UN Security Council is expected to meet Wednesday, May 30, to discuss the attacks on Israel, following a request by the United States for an urgent meeting
Abbas walk without assistance and gives a short statement before leaving the hospital near Ramallah in the occupied West Bank
Egypt president Sisi says the decision to keep the crossing open was taken 'to alleviate the suffering' of residents in the Palestinian enclave
Tens of thousands have protested along Gaza's border with Israel since March 30 calling for Palestinian refugees to be able to return to their homes now inside Israel
Calling for 'dialogue, justice and peace,' Francis says violence 'has never led to peace. War incites war, violence incites violence'