11 Israelis who haven't contracted the virus are expected to return home on Thursday ■ Israel sends expert on infectious diseases to Japan to help nationals treated there
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Several member countries may push for recognition of a Palestinian state even if it isn't backed by a joint EU decision
Israel is attempting to squash the initiative, claiming that EU opposition to the Trump Mideast plan would only encourage Palestinian rejectionism
Is Yisrael Katz right in taking credit for the Yad Vashem international extravaganza, pacts with Gulf States and maintaining ties with China amid the threat of coronavirus?
Senior Palestinian officials say they're considering halting security coordination with Israel if it takes step to unilaterally annex West Bank ■ 'No difference between Netanyahu and Gantz, it's like Coke and Pepsi'
Foreign Ministry staff say Katz is uninterested in diplomatic matters, has failed to rehabilitate the ministry, and has his hands tied by Netanyahu: 'We can say the disappointment is as great as the expectations were'
Analysis As Dozens Ask to Join Israel-Palestine Case, Request From Within the ICC Could Be the Deciding One
Israel is leaning toward not participating in the proceedings in order to avoid conveying legitimacy, but is recruiting all the unofficial proxies it can muster
Israeli diplomats tell their counterparts European rejection of plan would only make it harder to convince Palestinians to enter negotiations
Australia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Austria, Saudi Arabia and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation have also requested to join proceedings over question of jurisdiction
After Israel requests hearing to examine court's jurisdiction to probe war crimes against Palestinians, Czech Republic asks to join proceedings in favor of Israel ■ Germany may also request to take part
Secretary of State says U.S. will never provide 'any information to the Office of the High Commissioner to support compilation of these lists'
Analysis Israel's Rejection of UN List of Companies Tied to Settlements Reveals Stark Truth About Annexation
Israel isn’t interested in the distinction between its right to exist as a country and the dispute over West Bank settlements. Instead, it seeks to blur the borders
UNCHR list includes companies who do business in West Bank settlements are such as Airbnb, Expedia, General Mills and Motorola Solutions
Israeli foreign minister says 'UN Commissioner has become a partner and tool of the boycott movement, despite the 'blacklist' not having any tangible legal implication'
Palestinian President Abbas tells Security Council that 'the plan rewards the occupation,' describes future state envisioned by Trump as 'Swiss cheese'
The Palestinians withdrew their proposed resolution condemning Trump's plan, which was set to be voted upon during the session, claiming it has yet to be finalized
Decision is opposed by members who say that the case considered by the International Criminal Court is controversial, claiming the association should stay out of it
Attorney general opposes establishment of committees, arguing it may 'appear to be motivated by election campaign interests'
After recent uptick in rocket fire from Strip, defense minister warns 'No one will be immune from Israel's future actions'
Israel's Foreign Ministry says 'pursuing such conduct is the best way to ensure that the EU's role in any process will be minimized'
After speculation and years of reports, it has been cleared for publication that Israel and the African country are formalizing relations ■ Israeli sources: Move could help Israel in efforts to deport asylum seekers
The prime minister's office hasn't denied Netanyahu's involvement, saying in a statement that 'Decisions on what will be included in Mideast peace plan were made by the U.S. administration'
Analysis Israel-Sudan Ties Have Been Warming for Years, but It Doesn't Hurt to Out Them Before an Election
Just as the much-heralded annexations are being delayed, the expulsion of asylum seekers is for now nothing more than a campaign promise
Israel currently deports asylum seekers to Uganda ■ Reports in recent years said Israel may renew ties with Muslim nations in Africa
Local hospital in north seeking to diagnose a woman who came to the emergency room Sunday with mild symptoms after returning from China
Foreign policy chief criticizes plan's rejection of 1967 borders, reiterates EU's commitment to two-state solution ■ Kremlin says blueprint infeasible
Why did the president call David Friedman ‘your ambassador’ and what is al-Aqua? Seven points on the contradictions and confusion regarding possible Israeli land grabs since Trump’s unveiling of ‘the deal of the century’
Netanyahu calls for an urgent meeting on Sunday as countries restrict travel to deal with what the WHO has now termed a global emergency
British foreign secretary warns of damage to re-starting talks following Netanyahu's announcement that he would bring annexation to a cabinet vote
UAE minister posts Bret Stephens' opinion article, in which the journalist wrote that 'the Arab world has more important challenges to deal with than Palestinian statehood'