Map. History of Israel-Palestine conflict

16 Juin 2019
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Israeli Forces release prisoner Omar Barghouthi from Ofer prison.
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A bus damaged at the town of Jinsafut Qalqilya district after being targeted by a Molotov cocktail
US Vice President Mike Pence called to congratulate Netanyahu on his election victory
Rioters targeting a vehicle belonging to the Israeli forces in the town of Shuafat east Jerusalem with Molotov cocktails
Benjamin Netanyahu will serve a 5th term as Israel's prime minister after main rival Benny Gantz concedes.
A "blue-white" coalition admits defeat in the Israeli elections to the Likud party led by Netanyahu.
Hassan Nasrallah: if we feel any faction of the resistance is threatened, we have a right to confront hat threat. Our options are open, and we'll be ready to respond appropriately when required. The battlefield isn't empty, and this is is our past and present and resistance.2 mois il y a
Hassan Nasrallah: if we feel any faction of the resistance is threatened, we have a right to confront hat threat. Our options are open, and we'll be ready to respond appropriately when required. The battlefield isn't empty, and this is is our past and present and resistance.
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Police operation in Teqoa town, southeast of Bethlehem, lasting for hours. All entrances closed
. @ SecPompeo au Comité des relations étrangères du Sénat: Fondant notre politique sur la réalité, nous avons reconnu Jérusalem comme la capitale d’Israël, le plateau du Golan faisant partie d’Israël.
"Trump peace plan will be presented soon," says @AmbJohnBolton
Trump says Israel's PM Netnayahu is good for peace
Israel @PresidentRuvi will start next week with consultations with the different factions ahead of forming Israel's next government
Israeli forces arrest activist Yousef al-Hawash from his home in the Old City of Jerusalem.
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A boat carrying migrants from Turkey to Greece sinks with 30 Palestinians from the Gaza Strip aboard
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IAF Israeli Air Force jets over South Lebanon
After counting 97% of the votes, it appears that the right-wing bloc will receive 65 Knesset seats, while only 55 will vote for the left bloc, with Likud and Blue and White standing at 35 Knesset seats each
Israeli PM Netanyahu appeared to be headed toward re-election early Wednesday. With 97% of the votes counted, his Likud party along with other right wing parties have 67 seats and a solid majority.
Gantz: Netanyahu must respect the opinion of voters and the largest party is who should be assigned to form a new government
Both Israel PM Netanyahu and opposition leader Gantz declare they won #IsraelElections2019
Preliminary results of the Israeli elections: Netanyahu is in a better position to form a government coalition
2 out of 3 exit polls give Netanyahu's right wing bloc the edge in parliament: Channel 11: 64-56; Channel 12: 60-60; Channel 13: 66-54
Of the three Israeli exit polls, two of them say the right wing Netanyahu bloc remains larger, one says the right and left both have route to 60 seats only
Blue and White co-leaders Gantz, Lapid convene 'emergency talks' as voting data shows a close run against Netanyahu's Likud
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Lebanon's president says U.S. recognition of Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights undermines Lebanon's claim to disputed territory also annexed by Israel.
[email protected] holding emergency meeting right now after being briefed on low turnout of voters turnout in strongholds
Elections Committee: More than 35% voted until 14:00
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Hebrew sources: Israeli Forces arrest three men who crossed the border fence from the northern Gaza Strip towards the Israel.
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Hamas seized Israeli quadcaptor opposite the Red Tower east of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip
The list of all 39 parties vying in #IsraelElections2019. Note they are written out in Hebrew and Arabic, together with Russian translations
Israel 2 leading candidates have voted in #IsraElex19: Gantz the head of Blue and White, Netanyahu the head of the Likud
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