Palestinian Reconciliation News
Israel Responds to Missing Teens' Bodies Found in Palestine
Thousands gather in Israel to mourn the deaths of the 3 kidnapped religious students.
Rivals Hamas , Fatah Gear up for First Election Since 2006
Palestinian rivals Hamas and Fatah are gearing up for their first contest at the polls since 2006 _ a vote for 425 mayors and local councils in the West Bank and Gaza Strip
Bodies of Israeli Teens Found
The three teens are believed to have been kidnapped while hitchhiking in the West Bank.
Middle East Peace Talks Abandoned
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the reconciliation between Fatah and Hamas is a "tremendous reverse for peace."
Full Transcript: ABC News Iowa Republican Debate
The following is a full transcript of the ABC News Iowa Republican debate, with Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich, anchored by ABC News' Diane Sawyer and George Stephanopoulos. DIANE SAWYER: And a good evening to all of you welcome to Iowa, welcome
Freed Israeli Soldier Returns Home: 'We Have Experienced the Rebirth of a Son'
Israeli Sgt. Gilad Shalit returned home for the first time since being captured by Hammas militants in 2006 and was greeted by throngs of people dancing in the streets of his home village, Mitzpe Hillal. "Today we can say that we have experienced the rebirth of a son," Noam Shalit, Sgt. Shalit's
Israeli Prime Minister to "Speak the Unvarnished Truth" for Peace
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to deliver remarks at a joint meeting of Congress Tuesday morning, wrapping up a five-day visit that's been full of controversy and disagreement over a starting point to reignite negotiations for a peace deal between Israelis and Palestinians. In a
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to Outline Peace Plan
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the American Israel Public Affairs Committee Monday that he will outline a vision for a peace plan when he addresses a joint session of Congress on Tuesday. "I intend to speak the unvarnished truth because now more than ever what we need is peace," he
'This Week' Transcript: George Mitchell and King Abdullah II
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) AMANPOUR (voice-over): This week, a line in the sand. President Obama lays out his vision for peace. OBAMA: We believe the borders of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines. AMANPOUR: But Israel digs in. NETANYAHU: We can't go back to those indefensible lines.