Palestinians today accused Jewish settlers of starting a fire at a mosque in the West Bank. The incident further strains the already troubled peace talks. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from The World's Middle East correspondent Matthew Bell.
The victims of the killings at the Jewish school in Toulouse, France were laid to rest at the main cemetery in Jerusalem on Wednesday. At least 2,000 people turned out for the funeral. The World's Matthew Bell was there.
The death of a Palestinian man in an Israeli jail is raising tensions in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Palestinian officials claim the man was tortured. Israel said it's still investigating. The funeral for the 30-year-old man was held Monday.
The Israeli Supreme Court ruled that a settlement outpost that was constructed illegally must be evacuated this year, and not on a timeline that could keep people there though 2015. That could mean some 100 other illegal outposts will have to evacuated, and soon.
Palestinians haven't voted in a presidential election since 2006, frustrating many. A local TV producer decided to take that frustration and channel it into a reality TV series, just in time for President Barack Obama to come to Israel and the Palestinian Territories.
Israel has unleashed its biggest offensive against Palestinians in the West Bank in more than a decade in hopes of finding three Israeli teens they say were kidnapped by Hamas. And Israeli activists are also taking the fight online using the hashtag #BringBackOurBoys.