Israel agrees to limit incursions in four West Bank cities

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel plans to limit incursions in four Palestinian cities to try to boost a Palestinian security campaign supported by Washington, Israeli and Western security sources said on Thursday.

Today Tonight’s false depiction of Muslims exposed

In this investigative report we expose the tabloid TV current affairs show Today Tonight and it's depiction of Australian Muslims.

Amnesty International 2009 Human Rights Report on Afghanistan

Many regional officials and militia commanders continued to perpetrate human rights violations with impunity.

Khairat Al-Shater, 10 years in prison, is it not time to...

Zahraa speaks of her ordeal of being apart from her father.

Fayyad urges UN to press Israel on fence

Palestinian authority calls on the international community to stop Israel from defying the international ruling on the separation barriers, 'Judaisation' of Jerusalem and the expansion of settlements.

Netanyahu says Israel ready for a Palestinian state – with conditions

But a future Palestine must be 'demilitarized,' and the Jewish settlements won't be halted, Israel's leader says.

Afghans Taliban Have Escaped Helmand and Marines

Taliban fighters escape the latest US Marine's offensive.

Barack Obama is close to revealing plan for Middle East peace

The Obama Administration is close to presenting its plan for peace in the Middle East to Israel and the Palestinians, senior officials said yesterday.

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