JERUSALEM Israel threatened on Monday to review its cooperation with European Union projects that benefit Palestinians in the West Bank, citing the bloc's labeling of exports from Jewish settlements in the Israeli-occupied territory.
The Israeli Foreign Ministry announced on Sunday that Israel was suspending its contacts with European Union bodies involved in peace efforts with the Palestinians, condemning the EU guidelines on settlement products published on Nov. 11.
16:02 Smurfette, the only female Smurfs character, removed from movie posters in ultra-Orthodox city in Israel7
02:01 Israel arrests hacker linked to threats on US Jewish centers38
13:40 Israeli man, 19, arrested in connection with threats against Jewish Community Centers in U.S., other nations27