Speaking at AIPAC conference, Ron Dermer says that for first time in many years, there's 'no daylight' between Israel and U.S.
- Islamic State warns that Syrian dam is at risk of collapse due to airstrikes (Reuters)
- Iran imposes sanctions on 15 U.S. companies citing support for Israel (AP)
- Bulgarians vote in ballot that may tilt nation toward Russia (AP)
- Blasts kill six as troops battle militants in Bangladesh (AP)
- CNN: One killed, at least 14 wounded in Ohio nightclub shooting (Reuters)
- U.K. police still think Westminster attacker acted alone (AP)
- Hamas shutters Strip's Erez crossing following senior militant's death (Haaretz)
- Carrie Lam selected as Hong Kong's next leader (Reuters)
- White House adviser Boris Ephsteyn to leave job, NYT reports (Haaretz)
- Pentagon says U.S. strike in Afghanistan on March 19 killed al-Qaida militant Qari Yasin (Reuters)
- Pro-Houthi court sentences Yemen's president to death for treason (Reuters)
- Iran denies 'harassing' U.S. warships in Gulf, warns of future armed clash (Reuters)
- Erdogan says Turkey may hold referendum on EU accession bid (Reuters)
- Ankara summons Swiss envoy to Turkey over anti-Erdogan rally in Bern (Reuters)
- UN envoy to Syria urges Iran, Russia, Turkey to 'uphold cease-fire regime' (Reuters)
Reports that Yedioth Ahronoth publisher Arnon Mozes presented Netanyahu with evidence that he had acted on his behalf against a political rival upgrades the men's taped conversations from mere gossip to criminal realm.
Republicans Overseas Israel, a group claiming to represent Republican party in Israel, looses it's cool over decade-old video by comedian.
The Senate confirmed Friedman, a longtime lawyer of President Donald Trump who outraged some Jewish groups with his broadsides against liberal Jews.
The Syrian Democratic Forces expects the assault on the Islamic State's de-facto capital to take place in early April.