Israel's prime minister promised Monday to free 250 Palestinian prisoners and promised to improve life in the West Bank in an attempt to boost Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas after Hamas' takeover in Gaza.
Israel's prime minister has pledged to release 250 Palestinian prisoners from Israeli jails a move he said prepares the ground for future peace talks with embattled Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
Israel's Interior Ministry agreed on Monday to give full citizenship status to two national team strikers making them eligible for Israel's Euro 2008 Group E qualifier against England at Wembley on September 8.
Egypt's state security court sentenced an engineer to 25 years' jail on Monday for betraying nuclear secrets to Israel.
A nuclear engineer at Egypt's state-run Atomic Energy Agency was convicted by an Egyptian court of spying for Israel on Monday and sentenced to life in prison.
A state security court sentenced an Egyptian nuclear engineer to life in prison Monday after convicting him of spying for Israel, a court official said.
Israel agreed to release desperately needed funds to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, a day before the moderate leader planned to meet the heads of Egypt, Israel and Jordan in a summit meant to bolster him in his struggle with Hamas.
Israel is reluctant to remove roadblocks and other West Bank restrictions to boost Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's new government until he does more to curb militants, officials said ahead of a summit on Monday.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's Interior Ministry agreed on Monday to give full citizenship status to two national team strikers making them eligible for Israel's Euro 2008 Group E qualifier against England at Wembley on Sept. 8.
The meeting of Egypt, Jordan, Israel and Palestinian President Abbas is designed to warn Hamas about going it alone