Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said the U.S. "can no longer play a leading role" in peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.
The high-profile case against the 17-year-old girl who slapped and punched two Israeli soldiers has drawn international attention and criticism. She now is facing an Israeli military court.
Ahed Tamimi is to go on trial for punching two Israeli soldiers during a protest in which her cousin was wounded.
Sigmar Gabriel expresses concern for Israel’s future, also telling an academic conference that the Netanyahu government’s ambivalence toward a Palestinian state shows a lack of direction.
Ahed Tamimi, now in jail and awaiting trial for protesting Israeli occupation of her village, was interviewed by journalist Abby Martin in 2016.
Leaked documents reveal that Tory ministers think their country will in no way be better off outside the European Union. These discoveries and more in today's Larry's List.
Proponents of the review insist companies be held accountable for their activities in the settlements, arguing that those activities can contribute to injustices against Palestinians.
The president makes the threat in Switzerland at the World Economic Forum, also attended by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.