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  • Photos of the Day Photos of the day 05/12

    Lolo, a black jaguar, plays with Ward, her 14-month-old spotted cub, inside their enclosure at the zoo in Amman, Jordan.

  • Tech diplomacy: Israeli CEO hires Palestinian programmers

    Tech diplomacy: Israeli CEO hires Palestinian programmers

    Doing so costs more for Eyal Waldman than outsourcing to Eastern Europe. But the CEO of Israel's Mellanox Technologies says the investment in peace is worth it.

  • The Geneva Accord: a breakthrough model

    Opinion The Geneva Accord: a breakthrough model

    The Geneva Accord – a joint effort by Israelis and Palestinians – details what a credible, negotiated peace agreement could look like. It addresses all the major issues, including security arrangements, the status of Jerusalem, access to holy places, borders, settlements, and refugees.

  • Palestinians build support for statehood at Brussels meeting

    Palestinians build support for statehood at Brussels meeting

    The Palestinian Authority has gained a crucial boost from the IMF and World Bank ahead of a possible UN vote on statehood in September, as Arab unrest adds urgency to their cause.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 04/01

    An anti-government protester, his face painted with the colours of his national flag looks on during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sanaa,Yemen. Hundreds of thousands of Yemenis have packed a main square in the capital and are on the march elsewhere across the nation, demanding the country's ruler of 32 years step down. Arabic reads on his face, 'Leave.'

  • As Egypt tumult spreads, top Palestinian negotiator, Saeb Erekat, resigns

    As Egypt tumult spreads, top Palestinian negotiator, Saeb Erekat, resigns

    The resignation of top Palestinian negotiator, Saeb Erekat, comes as the Palestinian Authority has called for new elections in the wake of the people's revolution that overthrow Egypt's Hosni Mubarak.

  • Why Palestine papers didn't spark outrage against Abbas's government

    Why Palestine papers didn't spark outrage against Abbas's government

    But the Palestine papers published by Al Jazeera have further dented Abbas's already low credibility, calling into question his ability to negotiate a lasting peace deal.

  • Opinion Palestine Papers: If US can't be 'honest broker' in Middle East, get out of the way

    The Palestine Papers – a collection of classified documents on the Middle East peace process, leaked to Al Jazeera – reveal that the US has stifled true Palestinian democracy and acted more like Israel's lawyer. Only a bold policy shift could salvage a positive US role in the Middle East peace process. Otherwise, the US must stand back and allow the popular movements now shaking countries across the region, like Tunisia and Egypt, to establish representation for their people.

  • Palestine Papers backlash? Protesters rally for Mahmoud Abbas at Al Jazeera office

    Palestine Papers backlash? Protesters rally for Mahmoud Abbas at Al Jazeera office

    Amid Palestine Papers revelations, Mahmoud Abbas got a rare show of public support, though some question if it was staged.

  • Palestine Papers: 5 disclosures that are making waves

    Palestine Papers: 5 disclosures that are making waves

    Al Jazeera’s trove of documents on Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, which the news organization has dubbed the “Palestine Papers,” landed with a resounding thud on desks in Jerusalem and Ramallah yesterday. Al Jazeera has so far only released some of the documents, which appear to come from the Palestinian side. Though Palestinian officials allege that some of the documents are faked, here are a few of the claims they contain that are already making waves in regional capitals.