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6 Nov
The Biden administration has said it "opposes" the advancement of Israeli settlements in the West Bank. The move is a shift from the open support of settlements from ex-President Trump.
26 Oct
Israel is planning to build more than 1,300 more homes in the occupied West Bank. The number adds to some 2,000 approved in August and increases fears for an already elusive peace process.
27 Sep
Five Palestinian gunmen were killed in an arrest operation targeting a Hamas cell in West Bank, Israel's military said. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said the Hamas operatives were planning an imminent attack on Israel.
12 Sep
Protesters rally in support of Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails, while Israeli troops flood the occupied West Bank in the manhunt for six Palestinians who have been on the run for three days after escaping from a top security prison.
6 Feb
Israeli forces demolish Bedouin tents and structures in an area east of the Palestinian village of Tubas, in the occupied West Bank.
22 Jul 2020
In response to Israeli plans to annex parts of the West Bank, the Palestinian Authority ceased all coordination with Israel. As a result, an exit from Gaza is almost impossible, including for the severely ill.
15 Jul 2020
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.
1 Dec 2019
Another gift from Trump? Washington to recognise Isreal's West Bank settlements
17 Aug 2019
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.
11 Aug 2019
A young Israeli soldier reported missing overnight has been found dead in the West Bank. Security forces said the body had several stab wounds.
8 Aug 2019
A new navigation app designed by Palestinians aims to help drivers in the Israeli-occupied West Bank weave past military checkpoints and avoid Jewish settlements. Launched in June, Doroob crowdsources road closures and traffic from users and aims to substitute other apps, which rarely account for Israeli restrictions and struggle to navigate between Palestinian cities.
31 May 2019
'Mafak': Former inmate navigates 'normal' life in the West Bank.

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