Friday's attacks that killed at least 33 Egyptian soldiers were performed by militants who infiltrated area via tunnels, former security chief in north Sinai says, urges buffer zone be established.
Rivlin is first Israeli president to attend the annual memorial ceremony for the massacre that left 47 of the Israeli Arab village's residents dead; Peres apologized for the massacre during 2007 visit to village.
Hamas official Khalil Al-Haya says Palestinian negotiating team told not to come to Cairo this week due to security situation in Sinai and closure of Rafah crossing.
Bahaa Samir Badr was hit by a bullet in a West Bank village on October 16 when troops opened fire on Palestinians they said were throwing firebombs; he died on the way to the hospital.
Buseina Abu Ghanem is the latest woman in her family to be murdered, following nine previous deaths between 2000-2007. Her sister and stepmother were also murdered a few years ago.
Palestinian-American teen shot dead by IDF; scores of protesters wounded, 18 arrested; funeral of Jewish baby's murderer postponed; some school trips cancelled to the capital.
According to the military, the boy was about to throw a firebomb toward Route 60.
Egypt declares state of emergency in areas near borders with Israel and Gaza; Rafah crossing closed.
Though Silwan residents say Abdel Rahman al-Shaludi joined Hamas in prison, family says attacker who drove into light rail station, killing a baby and injuring seven adults, was politically unaffiliated.
Hamas praises Jerusalem attack as 'daring operation' and 'natural response'; Netanyahu held Abbas accountable for the attack, saying he has incited Palestinians against Jews.