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Israeli occupation murders Palestinian boy in West Bank

Israeli occupation forces murdered on Saturday evening Palestinian boy in the town of Urif in the outskirts of West Bank city of Nablus.

Israeli occupation murders Palestinian protester in West Bank

Israeli occupation forces shot and killed Palestinian protesters during Friday protests organised against US decision on Jerusalem and in support for the Palestinian holy city.

Extremist settlers protected by Israeli soldiers attack Palestinians

Israeli occupation forces were filmed “standing idly by” while Jewish settlers threw stones at Palestinians on Tuesday morning, reported Israeli newspaper Haaretz.

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Israeli bill bans handover bodies of Palestinian killed by Israelis

Israeli Knesset approved on Monday first reading of bill intended to prevent Israeli police from handing over bodies of Palestinians killed by occupation forces for burial by their families.

Guatemala to move embassy to Jerusalem next May

Guatemala would move its embassy from Tel Avivi to Jerusalem next May, Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales declared on Sunday at AIPAC conference held in Washington.

PA: 96 Israel violations against Al-Aqsa, Al-Ibrahimi Mosques

There were 96 Israeli violations against Al-Aqsa and Al-Ibrahimi Mosques in February, the Palestinian Ministry of Waqf revealed on Sunday.

Israeli forces murder Palestinian farmer in Gaza

Israeli occupation forces murdered on Saturday 59-year-old Palestinian farmer while working in his farm in the east of the southern Gaza city of Khan Younis.

Israel forces murdered 8 Palestinians, injured 350, abducted 420 in February

Israeli occupation forces murdered eight Palestinians, wounded 350 and abducted 420 in occupied Palestinian territories during February, official report has revealed.

Jerusalem as Palestine's capital not disputable, Erdoğan says

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Wednesday that there will be no compromise on where Turkey stands on Jerusalem, adding that recognition of historic city as capital of Palestine is not up for debate.

Israeli forces wounded 29 protesters during Friday protests

Israeli occupation forces shot and wounded 29 Palestinians during Friday protests in occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip, Palestinian paramedics said.

EU does not plan to recognise State of Palestine

A European Union official yesterday denied the bloc had decided to recognise an independent Palestinian state, saying the conditions for such a decision have not been met.

Israeli occupation forces abduct 90-year-old Palestinian

Israeli occupation forces abducted 90-year-old Palestinian Ali al-Wahsh on Wednesday at dawn near occupied West Bank city of Bethlehem.

Sarah Silverman slammed by Israelis after calling to release Ahed Tamimi

Jewish-American comedian Sarah Silverman is at the centre of a Twitter storm after tweeting in support of detained Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi.

New Israeli bill to ban Palestinians from petitioning High Court

The Israeli government will support bill barring Palestinians from petitioning the High Court of Justice, a Knesset committee announced on Sunday.

Israel fully seals off Gaza Strip, West Bank

Israeli occupation authorities decided on Sunday to fully seal off Gaza Strip and West Bank from Tuesday this week to Sunday next week.

Netanyahu greenlights building 350 new illegal settlement units

Israeli government unanimously approved on Sunday building 350 new settlement units south of occupied West Bank city of Bethlehem.

Israeli navy kills Palestinian fisherman, injures 2 others

Israeli occupation navy shot dead on Sunday evening Palestinian fishermen, wounded two others while fishing off the Gaza coast, Palestinian and Israeli sources said.

Unprecedented: Church of the Holy Sepulchre closes its doors

In protest against systematic campaign of abuse against Churches and Christians in the Holy Land, Heads of Churches decided on Sunday “to take this unprecedented step of closure of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.”

South Africa to cut diplomatic ties with Israel

The South African government is intending to cut diplomatic ties with Israel in protest of its treatment of Palestinian people, the country’s Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor has announced.

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