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Israel backs West Bank building Temporary settlement freeze announced  Israeli government ministers overwhelmingly approved a freeze on settlement construction in the West Bank in an effort to restart peace talk... Israel approves plan to build 900 houses Map of Gilo Israel  Israel approved a construction plan for hundreds of houses in Gilo, a disputed neighborhood on Jerusalem's southern outskirts Israel approved homes in W. Bank  Despite US pressure to halt settlement building, Israel has officially approved the construction of 450 new homes in the occupied West Bank   PM calls for demilitarized Palestinian state
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Israel backtracks on settlements  Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered his housing minister to reconsider construction plans for more than 20,000 homes in the West Bank Israel names prisoners for release   Israel's government has given details of 26 long-term Palestinian prisoners to be freed as part of a deal which will see peace talks resume this... Israel approves prisoner release  Israel's government has approved the release of 26 long-term Palestinian prisoners, as part of a deal which will see peace talks resume next week Israel widens settlement subsidies Israel PM signs coalition deal Centrist party leader joins new Israeli coalition Netanyahu asked to form coalition Netanyahu dips into centrists' playbook Israel authorises settler homes Map of East Jerusalem Israel  Israel has authorised the construction of 3,000 more housing units in East Jerusalem and the West Bank West Bank settlement to expand Israel to rush settler expansion   Israel will speed up Jewish settlement construction in the West Bank and E. Jerusalem and freeze the transfer of funds to the Palestinian Au... New finance team planned after protests Israeli cabinet backs Jewish oath  The cabinet has approved a bill that would require all non-Jews taking Israeli citizenship to swear loyalty to Israel as a 'Jewish and democratic state' Israel rejects Clinton proposal More housing approved in E. Jerusalem   The municipality of Jerusalem has given final approval for a controversial housing project in the heart of a Palestinian neighborhood in East...   Netanyahu: Jerusalem not a settlement   Israeli Prime Minister sharply defended his government's plan to build new housing on disputed land in East Jerusalem Israel approves new homes in E. Jerusalem
Tel Aviv shooting: Israel suspends Palestinian permits  Israel says it has suspended entry permits for 83,000 Palestinians after gunmen killed four people in an attack at an open-air complex in Tel... Netanyahu denies two-state reversal   Netanyahu vows no Palestinian state


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  The Israeli Prime Minister has said he will not allow the creation of a Palestinian state if he is re-elected in Tuesday's vote


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Mar.9
  Israel has approved the building of 1,600 new homes in east Jerusalem, in a move that threatens to overshadow Joe Biden's visit

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  Netanyahu said that Israel would agree to a peace agreement with Palestinians under which there would be a 'demilitarized Palestinian state'
 Israeli Prime Minister said a Palestinian state must have no army, no control of its air space, no way of smuggling in weapons, and must recognise Israel as a Jewish nation
Feb.20   Netanyahu picked to form government
  President Shimon Peres: Benjamin Netanyahu, the head of the conservative Likud Party, has been chosen to form Israel's next government.    Netanyahu said Israel faced the global economic crisis and what he said was Iran's wish to obtain nucle...
Feb.19 Netanyahu edges towards coalition deal


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Oct.26 Tzipi Livni calls for early elections
Mar.9 Israel approves settlement growth

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Aug.13 Cabinet approves cease-fire resolution
  The Israeli Cabinet approved a U.N. resolution aimed at stopping the fighting between Israel and Hezbollah Aug.9 Israel votes to push deeper into Lebanon  Security Cabinet recommended that the military expand its campaign against Hezbollah in southern Lebanon May.28 Israel accepts Lebanon cease-fire request


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Nov.20 Labor pulls out of Sharon government
Feb.20 Cabinet OKs settlement withdrawals  Israel's Cabinet gave final approval to the planned withdrawal from Gaza and 4 West Bank settlements

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Dec.30 Sharon seals new Israel coalition
Oct.17 Sharon refused to bow settlers' demands Jul.12 Sharon invites Labor to join coalition Feb.2   Sharon orders Gaza pullout plan  Prime Minister said he has given an order to plan for the evacuation of 17 settlements in the Strip

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May.25 Cabinet OKs road map
  The 12-7 vote, with 4 abstentions, is the first time the government has accepted the principle of a Palestinian state
Feb.27 Sharon presents 4-party government

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Nov.4 Sharon survives no-confidence votes
Oct.30   Sharon's government collapses  Prime Minister rejected a deal that would have kept the Labor Party in the national unity coalition May.20   Sharon sacks four ministers  Prime Minister has dismissed members of an ultra-Orthodox Shas party - from his cabinet May.12 Sharon loses Likud vote

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Dec.10 Barak, Netanyahu run for PM
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