Hebron to be first test of peace In West Bank city, Netanyahu must pick which pledges to keep
Among Arabs, Jordan alone sounds optimistic King Hussein reaffirms relationship with Israel
Netanyahu surrounded by hawks Cabinet: The names and faces are familiar from the most turbulent chapters of recent history. Political need makes it likely that the new prime minister will appoint hard-liners.
Arabs' wrath possibly cost votes Peres' town closures, Lebanon bombings led to blank ballots
U.S. policy-makers uneasy They fear Netanyahu would undercut the peace process
Israel votes its caution and fear Setback for peace: Next prime minister faces a fractious parliament.
Election in Israel dead heat Race between Peres and Netanyahu too close to call; Absentees could decide it; Labor and Likud both lose in votes for parliament
Peres takes very slim edge into Israeli election today Neither Labor nor Likud expected to win parliament
Israelis 'not happy' with choices Peres and Netanyahu in virtual dead-heat
Peres' challenger goes on the attack in only TV debate Netanyahu would move peace process backward, prime minister says
Russian immigrants poised for power in Israel Former Soviet citizens might win at least four Knesset seats this week
Israel's election for (or against) peace New system: The nation's first direct vote for prime minister.
Israel's referendum on peace Next week's election will decide the future
Office seekers disappear on Israeli TV Election rules bar use of candidate's voice or picture on the air
The Syrian connection Assad's stall: The tyrant who keeps the truce is reluctant to make peace.
Arafat and Peres after the bombs
Bombs again in Israel Renewed attack: Opinions harden, just as Hamas wants.
Peres issues call for early elections to be held in May Prime minister hopes sorrow over Rabin slaying will translate into votes
Asking Israelis to vote on peace May vote: Campaigning could delay Syria talks while creating mandate for them.
What lies ahead for Israel? Peres vs. Netanyahu: Issues bitterly debated before the Rabin assassination remain.
Israel battles grief, hate Thousands see Rabin lie in state; leaders gather for funeral; 'A unity of mourning'; Likud leader pledges not to oppose Peres' interim government
Peace at the White House feels unreal in shared land Ancient hostilities remain between Arabs, Israelis despite signing of accord
'New energy,' few results
Generation passes in Israel Netanyahu wins Likud leadership
Netanyahu favored to lead Likud Israeli ex-envoy widely supported
Israel hints at broadened election plan