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A severe electricity shortage in Gaza leaves residents with as little as four hours of power a day in the sweltering summer heat. Who gets electricity and when?
Israeli Embassy Guard to Be Charged With Murder, Jordan Says, Vowing to Head to International Courts
Jordan's attorney general says the guard, who killed two Jordanians after being attacked, cannot be charged in local courts due to diplomatic immunity
After the murder of two Israeli cops, a popular Palestinians protest came together on the Temple Mount and prepared for a long summer. This morning they celebrated after Israel backtracked
Law now heads to Trump, who 'may sign the sanctions exactly the way they are or he may veto the sanctions and negotiate an even tougher deal'
Muslim activists claim Israeli police forces entered Al-Aqsa compound to clear out barricaded protesters ■ Clashes as thousands try to enter holy site ■ Stones thrown at Western Wall
Only six days into his new job, The Mooch decided to call a New Yorker reporter to rant about White House leaks
Analysis From Jeff Sessions to Transgender People in the Military, Cruelty Is Trump’s Weapon of Choice
Many Israelis would draw a line from the U.S. president’s latest offenses to Netanyahu’s recent appeals to the furthest right of his voter base
During her visit to Israel coinciding with a bill to recognize the Yazidi genocide, UN Goodwill Ambassador Nadia Murad says 'Israelis understand my stories'
Greenblatt, who held talks in Jerusalem in recent days, says 'calm and security will create the best opportunity to return to dialogue and peace'