The violence comes just days after Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas hinted he would end security cooperation with Israelis in the West Bank at a high-profile speech at the UN.
In many ways, the red, black, green, and white of fruit and rind—colors that match those of the Palestinian flag and the flag of the Arab Revolt—tell the story of the plight and pride of the Palestinian people throughout generations.
Netanyahu offered another take on familiar themes in his address before the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York City.
"We will not remain the only ones committed to the implementation of these agreements, while Israel continuously violates them," Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas declared.
With Muslims and Jews observing major religious holidays, violence in Jerusalem has spread to the occupied West Bank after a bloody week at a contested holy site.
VICE News spoke to students in the West Bank who say they are being detained for their political opposition to the Palestinian Authority — an issue documented in a recent report by Human Rights Watch.
Israeli authorities said they detained 29 people in raids early Wednesday morning, including suspects “involved in funding and direction of Hamas branches overseas.”
The move by the international body begins a lengthy process that could pave the way for charges against both Israelis and Palestinians.
Palestine will officially join the International Criminal Court on April 1, paving the way for possible prosecution of both Israeli and Palestinian leaders for war crimes.
Thousands of mourners attended the funeral of Ziad Abu Ein in Ramallah today, as three separate autopsies provided mixed results.
Video footage shows a soldier repeatedly grabbing the throat of Ziad Abu Ein, who died on the way to hospital. His death immediately sparked clashes in the Palestinian territory.
Ten years after the death of the icon of their nationalism, Palestinians reflect on Arafat's legacy, including the troubled Palestinian Authority and the leadership that followed him.