Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the decision to grant Palestine the status of non-member observer state at the United Nations will not help the Palestinians gain statehood.
The front page of Le Monde sets out the menu for this morning's news with prominence for the civil war that has hit France's main right-wing party but also a minister's spat with ...
The exiled head of Hamas, Khaled Meshaal, spoke told Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas yesterday that his party supports the upcoming bid for non-member observer status at the UN.
The remains of Yasser Arafat were dug up on Tuesday morning to determine whether he was murdered by radioactive poisoning.
The ceasefire in Gaza has raised hopes of a new era between Israel and Hamas. But the terms of the truce are vague and both side have threatened to resume fighting.
The body of former leader Yasser Arafat will be exhumed in Ramallah next week, on suspicions that he was poisoned by Israel. Arafat died in a military hospital in the Paris suburbs in 2004.
Gazans on Thursday celebrated a ceasefire with Israel. Thousands of Palestinians gathered to hear speeches declaring unity and victory from the Hamas leadership and visiting Fatah delegates.
Israeli politicians returned to the campaign trail yesterday - ahead of elections - and the streets of Gaza came back to life after a truce ended eight days of bloodshed. Both sides claimed ...
Three stories dominate this morning's French front pages.
Hamas inisists that it will set conditions for a ceasefire with Israel, as international diplomats work for a truce in the conflict in Gaza, which the Islamist movement controls.