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 Sunday, 5 January, 2003, 18:26 GMT
Key events from 2003
Passers-by take a victim to safety
BBC News Interactive examines the key events in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


JANUARY 2003

Day of Bloodshed
12 January

Palestinian mother at the funeral of her dead son
Palestinian mother at the funeral of her dead son
At least seven Palestinians and one Israeli are reported to have been killed in a day of widespread violence in the Palestinian territories and Israel. The incidents include an Israeli helicopter gunship attack which Palestinians say mistakenly killed two teenagers.

 The BBC's James Rodgers reports

Israel increases pressure on Palestinians
6 January

Palestinian woman
Palestinian woman stands in her ruined living room, destroyed in an Israeli attack
Israel orders its military to step up what it calls targeted operations against Palestinian militants the latest suicide bombings. The Israeli cabinet also decided to stop senior Palestinian officials from travelling to London for talks on reforming the Palestinian Authority.

 The BBC's Orla Guerin reports

Dual suicide bombs in Tel Aviv
5 January

Emergency services at the scene of the bombing
Emergency services at the scene of the bombing
A double suicide bombing in Tel Aviv kills 23 people and two bombers. The explosions - which happened about two minutes apart - devastated the old bus station area and a busy shopping mall, injuring dozens of people, many of them foreign workers.

 The BBC's Orla Guerin reports



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