Syria's possible rehabilitation by its Arab peers is also under consideration, as the Arab League debates whether to end its membership suspension
The bloc's foreign ministers slap travel bans and asset freezes on nine people blamed for a nerve agent attack in Britain and a Syrian research center for chemical weapons
Smaller EU states taking a much tougher stance on Tehran
Israel's prime minister met his Romanian counterpart in Jerusalem and asked her to stop 'the European Union's bad resolutions against Israel'
Crushing vote triggers political upheaval that could lead to a disorderly exit from the EU or even to a reversal of the 2016 decision to leave
EU adds names of two men to terrorist list in first sanctions slapped on Iran since 2015 nuclear deal
The Economy Ministry said Tuesday that production was down 1.9 percent compared with the previous month
The catalyst for demonstrations against nationalist government, which started last week, was a recently approved labor code dubbed 'slave law' by critics
The diplomatic cables also reveal Europe's anxiety about Trump, Russia and Iran - concludes the New York Times
In Starkest Warning Yet, EU States Say Trump's Mideast Peace Plan Risks 'Being Condemned to Failure'
Eight EU member states say ahead of the plan's publication that any proposal must take into account 'internationally agreed parameters' – namely, a two-state solution
Police say 5,500 people marched in the bigger protest, organized by Flemish right-wing parties
117 of her lawmakers said she's no longer the right leader to implement Brexit
Bibi is the contrarian nationalist leader who has proved you can get away with it and the likes of Italy’s Matteo Salvini want some of that aura – but at what price to the Jewish state?
The link between Zionism, anti-Semitism didn’t begin with Netanyahu; it also grew out of Zionism’s old need to seek allies anywhere they could be found
Algerian Kamel Daoud says Arabs share responsibility for European backlash over immigration: 'I’m fed up with hearing that we’re victims and that the West is our hangman'
Some in Italy's Jewish community say it's alarming that Netanyahu will 'provide Matteo Salvini with a pro-Israel license' ■ Israeli left-wing activists call for a protest to disrupt his visit to Yad Vashem
Here are some must-know facts about Rome's anti-immigrant deputy PM, the latest populist leader to be hosted by Israel
Official Israel plans to lay out a red carpet next week for Italian Deputy PM Matteo Salvini, an ardent admirer of fascism and Mussolini
Three candidates vying to replace chancellor as leader of the center-right party include a Merkel loyalist and an old foe; all must combat rising challenge of liberal and populist parties to their left and right
Netanyahu requested that the EU adopt the working definition of anti-Semitism issued by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance. But some EU countries were concerned it may stifle criticism of Israel
Salvini, who is also the interior minister and deputy prime minister, is known for his fierce opposition to immigration and accepting asylum requests
Liam Fox is scheduled to meet with Netanyahu as well as various Israeli business leaders hoping to replicate existing free trade agreements
Any information already collected must be erased, Mendelbit tells Netanyahu
Behind the president and ordinary citizens marched thousands of nationalists carrying horrifying symbols in the largest public event since the fall of communism in 1989
Trump had taken a dim view of comments Macron made in a Europe 1 radio interview this week in which he appeared to cast the United States as a threat
Pushed by strong results in national votes and backed by the likes of Steve Bannon, far-right forces are set for big gains in EU parliamentary elections – an outcome likely welcomed by Washington and Israel
According to the attorney general’s guidelines, only government lawyers should be used in an issue like whether Ariel University should be allowed into the Council for Higher Education
Netanyahu will attend summit alongside leaders from Greece, Romania and Serbia
Marcello Foa, the new head of the country’s public broadcaster, repeated a claim that EU lawmakers for Italy’s Democratic Party were paid by the billionaire Jewish philanthropist
'You have to remember that Nazis were National Socialists, a strain of socialism, so let's not pretend'