Yussef Utman, a security guard at the West Bank settlement of Har Adar, laid to rest at his home village of Abu Gosh ■ Or Arish, a security guard from Har Adar, laid to rest in Har Adar
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Public security minister to reexamine Palestinian work permit policy for Palestinians ■ U.S. Embassy in Israel condemns attack and 'statements glorifying terrorism'
Border Police officer and two security guards shot dead by Palestinian with work permit ■ Another Israeli sustains serious injuries ■ Attacker shot dead, his brother arrested ■ Hamas: New chapter in intifada
Turkey’s president says the waving of Israeli flags at pro-independence rallies won’t save the Kurds from the sanctions Ankara will impose on them if necessary
Israel Refuses to Stop Arms Sales to Myanmar, Despite Its Campaign of Rape, Torture and Massacres Against the Rohingya
The state's lawyer tells the High Court that it shouldn't interfere in Israel's foreign relations
Amjad Khamed was also ordered to pay $92,000 in compensation and got a $7,000 fine for his role in the murder of Malachi Rosenfeld in 2015
The flying taxi developed by German drone firm Volocopter resembles a small, two-seater helicopter cabin topped by a wide hoop studded with 18 propellers
Since its founding in 2013, the euroskeptic AfD led by Weidel, has sparked concern and controversy in Germany, even going as far as a court case in which it was deemed legal for a comedian to refer to Weidel as a 'Nazi slut'
A look at Trump's comments, delivered at a stem-winder rally in Alabama and how his claims fit or foul the facts
Other than the reelected Angela Merkel, only dictators and despots have ruled their countries longer