The Palestinian militant group, Hamas, has begun rounding-up people in Gaza who are alleged to have collaborated with Israelis. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's John Donnison, who's following the story from Ramallah.
A Palestinian official posted an online article recently that said Jews neither revere nor have rights to the Western Wall in Jerusalem. The episode points to a major challenge for any potential peace deal, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.
The French Railway company SNCF apologized yesterday for its role in deporting 20,000 Jews to Nazi camps during World War II. This comes after years of pressure by Jewish victims. Anchor Marco Werman talks to reporter Maia de la Baume in Paris.
Palestinians are expected to ask for recognition of statehood from the United Nations in September. But as The World's Matthew Bell reports, activists are divided on whether that would actually lead to the statehood Palestinians so desperately desire.
The Israeli Supreme Court has ruled that the deal between the government and settlers at Migron is null and void; settlers have to leave by summer. We'll look at another settlement evacuated by a court order.