Israeli forces disrupt Palestinian demonstration in Beita
Israeli forces disrupt a Palestinian demonstration against Jewish settlements and Israel's planned annexation of parts of the Israeli-occupied West Bank in the town of Beita, south of the Israeli-occupied West Bank city of Nablus.
West Bank: Living with Uncertainty
Beit Iksa is a Palestinian enclave in the West Bank. It is surrounded by an Israeli settlement. Separated by a fence, it still takes an hour to get from the enclave to the settlement a stone's throw away, and only Palestinians with a permit can cross.
Israel approves US congresswoman's visit to West Bank
Israel says Rashida Tlaib, who is of Palestinian origin, can now visit her family in the West Bank. She and fellow Democrat Ilhan Omar faced entry bans over their criticism of the Jewish-majority state.
Open appeal to EU over Middle East two-state solution
Former senior European politicians have urged the EU to reject Donald Trump's peace plan for the Middle East if it's one-sided and unfair to Palestinians. The US president is about to unveil his proposal for the region.
Gaza court sentences Israel 'collaborators' to death
Rights groups have criticized the death sentences, saying they "smack of militia rule, not the rule of law." But a Hamas official said the court decision shows Israel can't protect its Palestinian "collaborators."
UN Palestinian refugee agency funding crisis deepens
At the beginning of 2018, US President Donald Trump cut funding for the United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees, UNWRA, which helps some 5 million Palestinians. DW's Tania Krämer went to Hamas-controlled Gaza, where UN employees are on strike.
United States to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem
This unprecedented move signals a dramatic shift in US foreign policy and has triggered a fierce controversy - as the status of Jerusalem is one of the most contentious issues in the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
Palestinian border protests to peak on May 15
The Palestinian border protests are expected to peak on May 15, the day after the 70th anniversary of Israel's declaration of independence but marked by the Palestinians as the Nakba Day, or "Day of the Catastrophe."