RAMALLAH, West Bank - U.S.
JERUSALEM - The Palestinian president said Monday he would wait at least a week before deciding whether to quit Mideast peace talks, giving U.S.
REVAVA, West Bank - Jewish settlers released balloons and broke ground on a kindergarten in celebration Sunday as a 10-month construction slowdown expired, while U.S.
JERUSALEM - An official in Washington says urgent diplomatic efforts are underway to rescue Israeli-Palestinian peace talks hours before a West Bank settlement construction slowdown expires.
JERUSALEM - Israel's prime minister is calling on West Bank settlers to show restraint as Israeli restrictions on settlement construction come to an end at midnight.
- Israeli settlement slowdown to end at midnight
- Abbas says settlements block Mideast peace deal
- Israel: Settlers brace for end of building freeze
- Photo essay: Talks put focus on Jewish settlers
- Settlement freeze has barely slowed construction
- Officials: Palestinians will consider compromise
- Premier wants Israeli troops at Palestinian border
- Blair says West Bank ripe for Holy Land tourism
- No deal: Mideast round ends amid fresh violence
- Talking Mideast peace as mortar shells, bombs fall
- Clinton says time is ripe for Mideast deal
- Clinton heads to Mideast for uncertain peace talks
- Hamas: Israeli strike in Gaza kills 3 Palestinians
- Israeli PM: Current settlement curbs won't remain
- Mideast crisis looms over Israeli settlements
- Israel's FM says no extending settlement slowdown
- Israel faces difficult choice on settlement freeze
- Israel plans new road to West Bank settlement
- Gaza power plant shuts down citing lack of fuel
- Abbas says Israel must accept foreign border force
- EU foreign policy chief seeks open Gaza borders
- Palestinians: home demolitions hurt peace talks
- Israeli report: Flotilla raid planning was flawed
- Palestinian village to be encircled by barrier
- Israel to allow most goods into Gaza
- Israeli PM: Need direct talks with Palestinians
- Longer blackouts for Gaza, as politicians quarrel
- Regulators shut Seattle-based bank
- Ordinary Gazans hurt most by 3-year blockade
- Obama calls for new approach on Gaza blockade
- Israel partly opens West Bank road to Palestinians
- 3 Fla. banks, 1 each in Nev., Calif. shut down
- Palestinians plan fund to help quit settlements
- Israeli prime minister to visit White House
- Palestinians intensify settlement products boycott