A Greek court has freed the American captain of a boat which is part of a flotilla aiming to break Israel’s blockade on Gaza after his arrest Saturday.
Activists on a flotilla aiming to take supplies to the Gaza Strip are pressing Greek port authorities to let them set sail.
Saturday 25 June marks the fifth anniversary of the capture of Franco-Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.
Middle East Quartet envoy, Tony Blair, said Tuesday he was open to France’s proposal to host a Middle East peace conference by the end of next month, despite apparent reluctance on the part ...
Israeli troops killed four people on Sunday when they opened fire as protesters from Syria stormed a ceasefire line in the occupied Golan Heights, according to Syrian television.
France is ready to organise a Middle East peace conference before the end of July, Foreign Affairs Minister Alain Juppé said Thursday on a visit to Ramallah.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has arrived in Washington hours after he rejected a call by US President Barack Obama for a negotiated solution to the Middle East conflict based on the ...
Israeli troops on the Golan Heights fired live rounds and tear gas on Sunday at protestors who broke through from the Syrian-held side of the plateau reportedly killing four people and wounding 10 ...
The United States envoy to the Middle East George Mitchell has resigned. US President Barack Obama paid tribute to the man he described as “working gruelling hours to advance the interests of the United States and the cause of peace”.
Young Palestinians celebrated in the Bank and Gaza after rival factions, Hamas and Fatah, signed a reconciliation agreement which will mean an interim government