As Abbas holds talks in US, a nine-month deadline for a draft framework, set in July last year, is close to running out.
The Ayyad family is determined to get back its property, which lies on the route of Israel's separation barrier.
African men are fleeing for Europe via Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in North Africa.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews take to the streets to demonstrate against plans to make them serve in the military.
Oscar-nominated film listed as Palestine as its country of origin for the first time.
Palestinians remember the day when an Israeli gunman opened fire at praying Muslims, killing 29 and injuring hundreds.
The three-year anniversary of Morocco's February 20 movement failed to unite the nation.
Shia rebels who fought several wars against the government have made significant gains since President Saleh ceded power
How can a journalist be considered a terrorist?
Al Jazeera's Peter Greste writes second letter from Egypt's Tora Prison, where he is being held without charge.
"How do you accurately and fairly report on Egypt’s ongoing political struggle without talking to everyone involved?"