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  • Israel launches new military operation

    The Israeli army began an extensive West Bank operation after the Cabinet decided that the army would hold Palestinian areas until terror attacks cease. Israeli tanks rumbled into Kalkilya after earlier taking control of Nablus, Jenin, Tulkarm, Bethlehem

  • Bus bombing rocks Jerusalem

    The bomb aboard a crowded Jerusalem bus shook surrounding neighborhoods. Will the reverberations reach Washington, where President Bush’s much-anticipated speech on Middle East policy is being finalized?

  • Israel frees Lebanese prisoner

    Israel has released a Lebanese prisoner it held for 15 years, raising speculation it was a goodwill gesture aimed at securing a swap for Israeli MIAs.

  • Israel seeks response to terror

    Confronted with a seemingly unending wave of terror, Israeli officials are searching for a response to the latest attack — this one a bombing that killed 17 people.

  • Israeli, Palestinian moves spark anger

    If Israel and the Palestinian Authority are interested in having the United States help them move toward a peace deal, they weren’t showing it this week.

  • Israel to continue limited operations

    Confronted with a near-daily barrage of terror attacks, Israel’s military has adopted a policy of launching limited operations in Palestinian population centers on the West Bank to find and arrest suspected terrorists.

  • Sending a pizza to Israeli soldiers

    Concerns about booby-trapped pizzas have led the Israel Defense Force to impose restrictions on the use of a Web site that allows users to spice up Israeli army service by sending pies to soldiers.

  • Barak advisers could be charged

    Israeli police have recommended filing charges against four advisers to former Prime Minister Ehud Barak for alleged campaign finance violations.

  • Israel suffers new wave of terror

    Israeli officials are considering whether to launch another broad military campaign following the latest Palestinian terror attacks.

  • Arafat calls for new elections

    Israeli politicians and pundits alike were skeptical after Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat called this week for new Palestinian elections.