A Palestinian boy holds the Fatah flag at a rally to support Fatah and commemorate the sixth anniversary of Yasser Arafat's death
A Palestinian boy holds the Fatah Flag at a rally in the Palestinian Authority's headquarters in Ramallah, West Bank, commemorating the sixth anniversary of the death of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, November 11, 2010. Thousands of Palestinians gathered from the West Bank to show support for President Abbas and his Fatah Party. In the Gaza Strip, Hamas police banned Fatah supporters from holding a rally to mark the anniversary of Arafat's death. - UPI/Debbie Hill
A senior Fatah official urged Israel to release Palestinian prisoners jailed in Israel before the signing of the 1993 Oslo Accords as a goodwill gesture.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas named university president Rami Hamdallah prime minister Sunday.
A Palestinian who commanded a major terror attack in Israel 35 years ago says Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas promised to appoint him as an adviser.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said he blames others in the Israeli government for a breakdown in negotiations with Palestinians.
Seven Egyptian security personnel arrived in Cairo Wednesday morning after being released by kidnappers in the Sinai Peninsula, Egyptian officials said.
Surrounded by crises in all its Arab neighbors, Israeli leaders are not about to facilitate the birth of a Palestinian state.
Hezbollah has taken heavy losses while backing regime forces in Syria, heightening concerns the Shiite movement's heading for a showdown with Sunni jihadists.
Four men were sentenced in a U.S. court in Minnesota to prison for terrorism offenses related to support for Somali organization al-Shabaab.
Hamas and Fatah have agreed to form a unity government in the Gaza Strip within three months, a senior Hamas official said.
The U.N. panel looking into claims of human rights abuses in Syria backed off reports Monday it has evidence rebels used the nerve agent sarin gas.