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U.S. envoy to the Middle East, Martin Indyk has resigned following the collapse of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. However, the State Department says that he will remain involved in the peace effort. read full story / add a comment
Foreign ministers of the European Union (EU) have recently stressed the importance of finding a fair solution to the Palestinian cause. read full story / add a comment
Vatican City hosts, today, a joint peace prayer with Pope Francis, Israeli President Shimon Peres and president Mahmoud Abbas, in what is held to be an unprecedented symbolic gesture offered with the intention of creating a bridge of peaceful dialogue across religious borders. read full story / add a comment
Israeli minister of economy and leader of the Jewish Home Party, Naftali Bennett, has suggested a new plan for peace in Palestine, calling for dismantling the security barrier in the West Bank and letting Palestinians govern themselves.
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Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, attacked Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, accusing him of obstructing direct “peace talks”, and said Israel is weighing unilateral moves that would include limited withdrawals from some West Bank areas. read full story / add a comment
The US has announced that there will be no new Middle East peace project offered by the American Secretary of State, John Kerry. read full story / add a comment
According to Israeli media sources, an unnamed US official has said that Washington's special envoy for Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, Martin Indyk, will be leaving his duties, the negotiating team dissolved. read full story / add a comment
U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, will be holding a meeting, on Tuesday, May 13, 2014, with Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, in London, to discuss efforts meant to ensure the resumption of direct Palestinian-Israeli peace talks. read full story / add a comment
Palestinian and Israeli sources revealed, Sunday [May 11, 2014] that, despite the collapse of direct Palestinian-Israeli negotiations, Israel and Palestinian negotiators are still holding “secret talks” in the Jordanian capital, Amman, and in occupied Jerusalem. read full story / add a comment
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas said, during a TV interview Thursday, that Palestinians are ready to resume negotiations, but under the condition that Israel releases the fourth batch of veteran Palestinian prisoners, as previously agreed, and halts settlement construction for three months.
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Israeli President Shimon Peres said, on Tuesday, that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blocked a 2011 peace agreement which he had secretly negotiated with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. read full story / add a comment
The US State Department announced, late Monday, that senior officials are planning to visit Israel again, after the recent collapse of peace talks. read full story / add a comment
Seven Jewish Israeli minors have been arrested on suspicion of involvement in racist acts and vandalism. read full story / add a comment
Israeli finance minister and chairman of the Yesh Atid Party, Yair Lapid, has stated to the Wall Street Journal that there is a chance for Israel to potentially conduct talks with Hamas if the group "renounces terror" and "recognizes Israel". read full story / add a comment
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