Ramallah, Feb 13 (Prensa Latina) On Monday, Hussein al-Sheikh, General Secretary of the Palestine Liberation Organization, denounced the Israeli cabinet's decision to recognize nine settlements in the West Bank, a territory occupied since 1967.
Ramallah, Oct 18 (Prensa Latina) Israel approved the construction of hundreds of new homes and commercial facilities for settlers on lands seized from Palestinian villages in occupied East Jerusalem, Wafa news agency denounced on Tuesday.
Tel Aviv, Sep 6 (Prensa Latina) The Israeli authorities approved the construction of a new Jewish neighborhood of 700 homes, including a 24-story building, in the occupied area of East Jerusalem, the Haaretz newspaper reported.
Tel Aviv, Jun 25 (Prensa Latina) The construction in Israeli settlements in the West Bank increased by 62 percent since June 2021, when the government alliance led by Naftali Bennett came to power, as denounced by the Peace Now NGO, founded by former Israeli military.
Paris, Jan 20 (Prensa Latina) The governments of France, Italy and Germany on Thursday issued a joint concern over the Israeli decision to build new settlements in East Jerusalem, in occupied Palestine.
Ramallah, Oct 29 (Prensa Latina) Israel on Friday faces harsh criticism from the international community after announcing the construction of 3,144 new housing units for Israeli settlers in the occupied West Bank.
Ramallah, Oct 25 (Prensa Latina) The United Nations today criticized Israel's announcement of the construction of 1,300 new homes for Jewish settlers in the West Bank and recalled that the international community considers these settlements illegal.
Tel Aviv, Oct 8 (Prensa Latina) Israeli Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked presented a plan to the Government to build new settlements in the Golan Heights, a Syrian territory occupied since 1967, the press reported on Friday.
Montevideo, Sep 17 (Press) The 'Cabildo Abierto' (Open Lobby) party proposed today an alternative source of international financing to solve the problem of suburban irregular settlements in Uruguay without depriving the National Colonization Institute (INC) of resources.