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Seven Palestinians including a Hamas commander have been killed in an Israeli special forces operation inside Gaza. An Israeli soldier also died.
Reactions in the wake of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting
To investigate the Israeli PM's claims that Iran was harboring a secret nuclear warehouse outside Tehran, Euronews correspondent Javad Montazeri went there to see for himself.
Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu made the accusation at the United Nations's General Assembly, as he sought to rally support for US sanctions against the Islamic Republic
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The UN General Assembly got a little show and tell from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday. He made his address to the UN — and he used his time to point the finger directly at Iran.
Thousands of protesters rallied in Tel Aviv on Saturday against Israel's new law declaring it the nation-state of the Jewish people, legislation that has angered the country's Arab minority and drawn criticism abroad.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban ended his two-day trip to Israel with a visit to the Western Wall in Jerusalem
A vote of 62-55 was passed after months of political argument, to declare only Jews have the right of self-determination in the country. This is something members of the Arab minority calls racist and verging on apartheid
Sara Netanyahu is charged with misuse of state funds and breach of trust
Benjamin Netanyahu and Theresa May have met in London to discuss Iran and Gaza but with little agreement.
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Abbas has been accused of being anti-semitic after suggesting the murder of European Jews was the result of their financial activities
The new US Secretary of State's visit to Israel is part of a three-day tour in the Middle East.
Dozens of African migrants and their Israeli supporters protested on Tuesday against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Israeli Prime Minister recovering after going down with sudden high fever.
Benjamain Netanyahu has been questioned as part of an investigation into corrupt dealings with Israel's largest telecommunications company
Israeli police left Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's residence on Friday (March 2) after questioning him for the first time in a corruption case involving the country's largest telecommunications company, Israel Radio said.