Christian Science Monitor
Israel, Palestinians launch sustained peace talks
Washington (CNN) -- Secretary of State John Kerry got the money shot he wanted on Tuesday -- the chief negotiators for Israel and the Palestinians framed by his lanky embrace as they shook hands to launch "sustained, continuous and substantive" talks ...
Israel, Palestinians strive for peace deal within nine months
What role for US in new Israel-Palestinian peace talks?
Israel and Palestinians agree to tackle tougher issues in peace talks
Israel-Palestinian peace talks: Netanyahu forces through release of 104 prisoners
The release of 104 long-term Palestinian prisoners was approved by the Israeli cabinet on Sunday after an emotional debate when Binyamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, stressed the need to take tough and painful decisions in order to move ...
Palestinians say Israel abducted Gazan in Egypt
The report by the Palestinian Ministry of Prisoners could embarrass Israel and the Egyptian government, which is struggling to impose order in the lawless Sinai desert. Related: Court extends remand for Gaza man nabbed during visit to Egypt. The report ...
Why Israel Has No Negotiating Partner
Abbas: Arabs in Israel; No Jews in Palestine
Terrorists Lob Rocket at Israel, No One Hurt
Can Israel, Palestinians Find Formula to Make Progress on Peace?
To examine the challenges and opportunities for Israel and the Palestinians going into a new round of talks, Judy Woodruff gets analysis from David Makovsky of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and Hussein Ibsish of the American Task Force ...
Beth Israel Deaconess settles with US for $5.3m
Faced with government allegations of improper billing, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center paid $5.3 million Monday to settle claims that it overcharged Medicare by admitting patients who should have been treated less expensively as outpatients.
Beth Israel to pay $5M in claims flap
Beth Israel to pay $5.3M to settle improper billing charges
John Kerry announced Indyk's appointment Monday morning, just hours before ...
Kerry said that Martin Indyk, president Bill Clinton's ambassador to Israel, had a deep appreciation of the Middle East conflict and the "art" of American diplomacy in the region, and would now serve as the US "envoy" during the talks. "He knows what ...
Kerry hosts Israel, Palestinians for peace talks, underscores urgency for two ...
It would be difficult to remove a mushrooming number of Israeli settlements, which have doubled in the West Bank since 2000, even if Israel wanted to. The Palestinians are claiming that Arabs will outnumber Jews in the Holy Land by 2020. And last year ...
Israel media question Netanyahu motives for talks
JERUSALEM (AFP) – As senior Israeli and Palestinian envoys resumed long-stalled peace talks in Washington, Israeli media questioned the motives of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in taking to the negotiating table. Israeli and Palestinian officials ...
EU's decision on Israel like 'a bucket of cold water on the head of a drunk'
Judging by the comments flying around the Israeli media, government officials are seriously displeased by the EU's decision to get tough about settlements – which are, of course, illegal under international law. Israeli officials have described the new ...
Mideast Talks to Restart Today After Israel Cabinet Acts
Representatives of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are scheduled to hold initial discussions this evening and tomorrow in Washington, Jen Psaki, a U.S. State Department spokeswoman, said yesterday.