Halt terror,Albright tells Arafat Secretary of state backs Israeli position to defeat militants She visits bomb victims Israel urged to honor commitments made '94 Oslo peace accords
Bomb victim's family favors homeland for Palestinians 'My government betrayed me. They sacrifice our children for their vanity.'
Israel freezes peace accords More transfers of land to Palestinians halted
Israel, Jordan agree to divert air traffic to ease congestion 'Peace airport' plan comes during stalemate in Mideast dialogue
Exchange of bitter words underlines peace impasse Albright's planned visit sparks Mideast posturing
Palestinians' fears grow as settlements take root Expansion: The larger the number of Jewish settlers and the greater the amount of land they control, the more difficult it becomes to create a viable state.
Mideast suspicions unabated after talks Broken trust proves difficult to rebuild
Israeli jets hit Lebanon synagogue is rocketed; Israeli woman is hurt; U.S. assails both sides on rising border attacks
Aftermath of attack stymies Arafat Negative light is again trained on Palestinians
Netanyahu's political crisis Cleared in court: Israeli prime minister alienates his own supporters.
Israeli leader avoids charge Court rejects effort to indict Netanyahu in corruption scandal; 'Justice has been served'; But ruling falls short of exoneration for premier and minister
Israeli control over Jerusalem widely rejected by Palestinians Arabs would hold firm even at the cost of statehood, survey shows
Brokers pay price for sale of Arab land Selling to Jews comes with taint of treason, the threat of death
NETANYAHU SURVIVES; NO INDICTMENT: DESPITE POLITICAL DAMAGE, ISRAEL'S PRIME MINISTER KEEPS COALITION INTACT.
NETANYAHU MOVES TO UNITE COALITION; ISRAELI PROSECUTORS FIND INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE TO INDICT PRIME MINISTER
Netanyahu moves to unite coalition Israeli prosecutors find insufficient evidence to indict prime minister
Netanyahu is defiant, says 'truth will win' Political analysts question whether coalition can survive
Netanyahu should be charged, police say Alleged corruption could bring down Israeli government
Israel adheres to the Oslo accord
Netanyahu gives not an inch Clinton mum: Peace would require greater U.S. pressure on Israeli leader.
Clinton, Netanyahu to meet, try to restart talks U.S. to seek concessions from Israel, Palestinians
Did Arafat give Hamas 'green light' on renewed terrorism? Leader's relationship with extremists debated in wake of bombing
Suicide bombing rips cafe in Tel Aviv Palestinian bomber, 3 Israeli women die in blast on eve of Purim
Young Bethlehem Arabs clash with Israeli troops over Jerusalem project Protest is first against Jewish housing being built in Palestinian area
Netanyahu's leopard-skin solution won't work
Israeli bulldozers break ground on E. Jerusalem housing project No violence reported as Palestinians denounce settlement from hilltop
Netanyahu adamant on housing for Jews in Arab E. Jerusalem Prime minister says in interview: 'Nothing is going to stop me'
Jordanian soldier kills seven Israeli schoolgirls 6 more are wounded at scenic border site near Jordan River; Other soldiers subdue him; King Hussein assails shooting, abruptly returns from Spain
Israel delays pullback premier's woes grow; Arab contacts frozen a week before talks
The irony of Israel's intrusion into Arab lands
Palestinians protest prayerfully against Israeli housing project Reaction is muted to 6,500-unit project in southeast Jerusalem
Israel approves housing in Jerusalem Arabs denounce decision, warn of potential violence; International concern; Large Jewish project would be built in Palestinian quarter
Israeli army braces for protest Palestinian is killed by soldiers; three others are injured
Jerusalem subject of new dispute Israelis' plans to build settlement upset Palestinians
It's good world peace doesn't rely on Regis & Kathie Lee
Mideast war, peace could hinge on water Control of resource involves Israel, Arabs, even Turkey
Not last word on peace process Hebron agreement has powerful enemies
Hebron accord marks first time Likud leader gives up biblical land
Israel-PLO breakthrough, again Hebron pull-out: With U.S. push, Israel's hawk signs on dove line.
Peace is 'a fantasy' in Hebron, Israeli says Reduced presence of soldiers troubles many Jewish settlers
Hebron accord likely soon, U.S. envoy says 'Partners' could reach an agreement next week
Unsettled Mideast peace process Settler subsidy: Netanyahu and Arafat must make it succeed or take blame for failure.
Israel warned about expansion Clinton decries more settlements in West Bank
Israel OKs subsidies for West Bank settlers Move adds to tension between Arabs, Jews
Israel moves to expand settlements Netanyahu is making good on election vow despite Arab protests
Tape of Israeli police violence draws official ire Netanyahu accuses men of irresponsible behavior
Israel moves to allow more people to own guns All combat unit veterans could get permits; rise in crime is feared
The intransigents of Hebron Peace talk stall: An Israeli warning against extremists taking charge of events.
Year later, a still divided Israel mourns, rejects slain Rabin 'Nothing has changed,' laments his grandson
The rising visibility of Muslims in America