It's hard to think of a clearer sign of the massive and rapid damage Trump has done to decades-old partnerships than Merkel's devastating speech
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Intention is that foreign fighters 'do not survive the fight' to return home, says U.S. defense secretary
Order adds 40 acres to regional council for the new community, to be called Amihai
The Norwegian author, best known for autobiographical epic 'My Struggle,' will accept the award at the Jerusalem International Book Fair in June
Thought the battle over 1967 was lost? And for Israel's democratic character? Wrong. Here are are a sample of the protests, court cases and acts of nonviolent defiance since the start of this anniversary year.
Analysis The Telling Gap Between the Number of ISIS Fighters in Egypt and How Many Egypt Said It Killed
With its deadly attacks on Coptic Christians, ISIS is trying to start a civil war in Egypt. Meanwhile, the army is behaving like it's fighting an enemy state, not a sophisticated guerrilla organization
For Netanyahu, the clock is ticking towards payday for Trump's hasbara-heavy Israel trip. Can he afford the price tag dangling from Trump's promise to be Israel's 'best friend'?
The Western Wall Tunnels symbolized the chronic chaos of Netanyahu’s first government. Today he’s returning there for a cabinet meeting – more confident than ever
A committee of senior Israeli government officials was established in June 1967 to oversee civilian life for Arabs in the occupied territories. Minutes show how Israel dealt with the new reality, including planning nuclear reactors
Avi Nissenkorn keeps post, but challenger, Knesset Member Shelly Yacimovich, who accused incumbent’s campaign of tampering with ballots, vows appeal