Lebanese media report unmanned aircraft crashed early morning in Bekaa region, and eyewitnesses spotter fighter jet shortly before hearing blast.
After the Palestinian president claims Israel is helping the armed group rule the coastal enclave, Hamas fires back, blaming Abbas for disowning the Strip.
Group vows the attack, which claimed the life of one Israeli, 'won't be the last,' and claims the attack was conducted in honor of terrorists behind kidnap-murder of three Israeli teens.
Jamil Safuri, who was convicted for his involvement in the death of Eden Natan-Zada gets parole on second attempt.
Arab-Jewish slate blames police for failing to bring right-wing extremists to justice, which in turn encourages criminals to commit more radical deeds.
Prime minister, who also serves as communications minister, instructed Communications Ministry to examine all means to prevent the station's launch on Friday.
Village of Khadr on Syrian side of border reportedly surrounded by Sunni rebel groups; Netanyahu says Israel 'following event closely.'
After Palestinian president announces unity government to be sent home within 24 hours, Hamas says was not consulted, will not accept any unilateral change in government.
Intelligence agencies believe that if a concerted massacre is carried out against the Druze minority in southern Syria, many refugees are likely to make their way toward Israel.
The government, which formed after seven years of rift between Hamas and Fatah, has not succeeded in implementing the reconciliation agreement; the next cabinet is still expected to be 'national' and to comprise the various factions.