ISTANBUL - (AP) A summit for a 20-member
security group for the Asian region kicked off Monday in Istanbul with Turkey
seeking to condemn Israel for a raid that killed nine Turks on a
pro-Palestinian aid flotilla that had attempted to break the blockade...
PARIS (AP) - French President Nicolas Sarkozy's office
says he has urged Israel's prime minister to accept an international inquiry
into the deadly raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla.
Sarkozy and Benjamin Netanyahu spoke by telephone Sunday...
JERUSALEM - (AP) The United Nations will take to Gaza tons of aid supplies languishing in an Israeli port for two weeks since they were seized in a bloody sea confrontation, the Israeli military said Tuesday.
Richard Miron, a spokesman for the U.N...
JERUSALEM - (AP) An Israeli official said Sunday that
U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon is moving ahead with plans for an international
commission to investigate Israel's deadly raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla.
Ban wants former New Zealand Prime Minister...
VIENNA - (AP) The head of the U.N. atomic watchdog is asking for international input on an Arab-led push to have Israel join the Nonproliferation Treaty, in a move that adds to pressure on the Jewish state to disclose its unacknowledged nuclear arsenal...
JERUSALEM - (AP) Israel's hard-line foreign minister warned Palestinians on Tuesday against plans to unilaterally declare independence next year, saying such a move could prompt Israel to annex parts of the West Bank and annul past peace agreements...
JERUSALEM - (AP) The European Union pressed Israel Monday to lift the blockade of Gaza, deeming it "unacceptable" while the Israeli Cabinet approved an investigation into the deadly raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla in an effort to counter international...
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - (AP) Palestinians in this blockaded territory can now buy $80 bottles of perfume, Turkish-made suits and Israeli yogurt at the new Gaza Mall. But with only two floors of shops connected by a broken elevator and a staircase, Gaza's...
JERUSALEM - (AP) In an attempt to limit the diplomatic damage from its deadly raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla, Israel dropped plans Wednesday to prosecute dozens of pro-Palestinian activists, opting instead to deport them all immediately.