Israel-Palestine

‘There is no one-state solution’ to end conflict: former Israeli minister

Palestine and Israel cannot “wait for others” to finally seal an historic peace deal that delivers a two-state solution with both countries living side by side, a veteran Israeli negotiator and former minister said on Thursday.

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Leading Palestinian legislator calls for ‘new international engagement’ in two-state solution

Describing a viable two-state solution to end the Palestine-Israel conflict as “very much in doubt”, a leading Palestinian legislator called on Wednesday for “new international engagement” to move the process forward.

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Hebron now “epicentre of violence” in Israel-Palestine unrest

The “epicentre of violence” in on-going clashes between Israelis and Palestinians has moved from Jerusalem, to the West Bank city of Hebron.

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