Netanyahu condemns UN chief for saying 'it is human nature to react to occupation'
Travel industry executives accused of inflating the price of school trips to the former Nazi death camp
But violence continues in Jerusalem and the West Bank
Was manager's swipe at former Blues star a reaction to criticism over the Eva Carneiro affair?
Some have suggested that attacks are coordinated, but most experts believe they have been largely spontaneous
Palestinians accused of adopting 'Israeli tactics' by offering homes in Hebron rent-free
UN chief appeals for calm as Benjamin Netanyahu makes incendiary comments about the Holocaust
Critics argue that Rawabi resembles the layout of an Israeli settlement in the West Bank
Years of economic blockades and military assaults have left 'most of the population destitute'
From a coach-crash Cinderella to Jimmy Savile puppets, new Banksy show is gleefully bleak
Palestinian paper claims Hamas found spy camera and weapon attached to dolphin off the Gaza strip
Jerusalem stabbing suspect Yishai Schlissel was jailed for similar attack in 2005
Jewish 'price tag' extremists blamed for firebomb assault that also left three people critically injured
Critics of 'political tourism' say an afternoon of protests and stun grenades offers little benefit to visitor or host
A year after the war began, hope is yet to emerge from the rubble. Palestinians blame Israel, Egypt and their own weak government
Former UK prime minister will campaign for stronger laws to combat extremism and to make Holocaust denial a criminal offence
Middle East correspondents wonder why 'war criminal' became a peace envoy in the first place
Amnesty International claims Hamas used conflict with Israel to execute and torture its enemies
Israel finally has a new government, but critics have branded Netanyahu 'a general without soldiers'
As the chances of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict fade, few alternatives remain