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Clashes erupt in Jerusalem after anti-Israeli attacks

Jerusalem/UNI: Clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police erupted in Jerusalem on Saturday night in the wake of two anti-Israeli attacks in the holy city.

Israel: Two injured in terror attack in Jerusalem, 13-year-old attacker 'neutralized'

Jerusalem: Police said a 13-year-old attacker was 'neutralized' after he shot and injured an Israeli father and his son in Jerusalem’s Old City on Saturday.

Guterres strongly condemns attack at Jerusalem synagogue which left at least seven Israelis dead

New York: The UN Secretary-General on Friday strongly condemned Friday’s terrorist attack by a Palestinian man outside a synagogue in a Jerusalem neighbourhood which has left at least seven Israelis dead, and three others injured.

Israel: Terror attack in East Jerusalem synagogue leaves 7 people dead

Jerusalem: At least seven people died in a terror attack at a synagogue in Israel's East Jerusalem region on Friday, media reports said.

Australia reverses recognition of Western Jerusalem as Israeli capital

Canberra: Australia has reversed a decision made four years ago to recognise West Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

US govt wants consulate in Jerusalem

Washington/UNI/Sputnik: The United States would like to see a consulate in Jerusalem, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said on Wednesday.

UN chief condemns rising violence in Jerusalem

New York: Senior UN officials, including the Secretary-General, António Guterres, have expressed concern over a spate of violent incidents at the al-Aqsa compound in Jerusalem, an important religious site for both Muslims and Jews.

‘No justification for violence or terror’ says UN Envoy amid rising tensions in Jerusalem

New York: The UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process on Tuesday expressed deep concern over the “deteriorating security situation” this week in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem, where daily violence has claimed the lives of six Palestinians, including a child.

UNRWA condemns demolition of Palestinian home in East Jerusalem

New York: The UN agency that supports Palestinian refugees, UNRWA, on Thursday urged Israeli to immediately halt all evictions and demolitions in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, after an entire family was forced out of their long-term home the previous day. 

Netanyahu says Israeli army hit 1,500 Hamas targets in Gaza strip

Tel Aviv/Sputnik: Israel's armed forces have struck 1,500 targets in the Gaza Strip in recent days, dealing a heavy blow to the infrastructure of Palestine's Hamas movement, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday.

Children bearing brunt of escalating violence between Israelis and Palestinians: UNICEF

New York: More than 40 children have been killed in the current crisis in the Middle East, a senior official with the UN Children’s Fund, UNICEF, said on Saturday.

UN chief and senior officials express deep concern over East Jerusalem violence

New York: The UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, and senior UN officials have expressed their deep concern over confrontations between Palestinians and Israeli security forces in East Jerusalem, particularly those which began on Friday evening, and continued into Sunday night. Several Palestinian children are among the wounded.

Number of Palestinians injured in clashes in Jerusalem tops 500: Red Crescent

Gaza/Sputnik: More than 500 Palestinians were injured on Monday in clashes with Israeli police in Jerusalem, the Jerusalem Red Crescent said.

Hundreds of Palestinians injured in clashes with police in Jerusalem

Tel Aviv/Sputnik: Hundreds of Palestinians were injured on Monday in clashes with Israeli police outside of the Al-Aqsa Mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, the Red Crescent office in Jerusalem said.

Stop evictions in East Jerusalem neighbourhood immediately, UN rights office urges Israel

New York: The UN’s human rights office (OHCHR), on Friday, called on Israel to immediately halt all forced evictions, including those in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood of East Jerusalem, as well as to exercise maximum restraint in the use of force while ensuring safety and security there.