Muntaser Shalabi, 44, was arrested on Wednesday night by the IDF just hours after one of the three Israelis injured in the attack, 19-year-old...
The attacker was identified as Muntasir Shalabi, 44, from the Palestinian town of Turmus Ayya, located 22 kilometers north of Ramallah.
Charges are set to be brought against the suspects to the Judea Military Court in the coming days.
"The implementation of these plans would cut off east Jerusalem from Bethlehem and severely undermine future negotiations towards a two-state solution in line"
In this collection, explore the colorful, nature-inspired pattern designs of Suzie Zuzek, whose vibrant prints appeared on Lilly Pulitzer fashions in the 1960s, ’70s,...
Numerous past presidents have shunned commemorating Napoleon Bonaparte, a divisive figure in France.
India and South Africa have been urging World Trade Organization members to temporarily suspend rules on IP rights.
The last 'culling' of Zimbabwean elephants was in 1988.
President Barham Salih confirms Iraq hosted more than one round of talks between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Recall of 125,000 Peloton treadmills comes after they were linked to the death of a child.
Amnesty International and other NGOs call for embargo in response to the military's violent crackdown on protests.
The Samaria Regional Council plans to sue the left-wing NGO B'Ttselem for slander after it alleged that settlers had set fire to fields near...
Mexico City's mayor says a structural problem likely caused the collapse that killed 25 people.
Caretaker Prime Minister Diab fears governing parties won’t support his cash card plan to replace expensive subsidies.
PM Netanyahu's political future in doubt as president asks leader of centrist Yesh Atid party to try to form coalition.
City board ruled in favour of Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe, who was removed a day after he shot Rayshard Brooks.
UN classifies Iraq 'as the fifth most vulnerable country in the world' to climate change.
Libyan PM Abdul Hamid Dbeibah speaks to Al Jazeera about reconciliation, elections, and renegade general Khalifa Haftar.
Former AG William Barr had obscured 'the true purpose' of the memo when he resisted releasing it, the judge said.