The European Union said any "settlement plan" would be considered "illegal" under international law after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced he planned to annex parts of the occupied West Bank.
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There were no immediate reports of casualties, though the Israeli Defense Forces said a number of hits have been confirmed.
Tensions have risen in the last week after Israel allegedly crash-landed two drones in southern Beirut. Hezbollah's leader said in a speech on Saturday that Israel will "pay a price" for the attack.
Far below Jerusalem's main cemetery of Har Hamenuchot, a new underground burial site is being built. It will contain 23,000 new graves along a mile of tunnels.
There are strong indications that Tehran is in breach of its obligations. Documents seized from a warehouse in Tehran by Israel in January 2018 disclose a wealth of new information about Iran’s nuclear program that was previously unknown to the IAEA.
Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party at level with Benny Gantz's centrist Blue and White.
Two Israeli drones came down over Beirut early on Sunday causing damage in a densely populated neighbourhood.
The International Sand Sculpture Festival has opened in Ashkelon, Southern Israel to an excited public in spite of recent unrest in the region.
The system follows the insects with a red laser beam and sends a text alert to householders, letting them know where the mosquito can be found.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday became the first foreign leader to visit Ukraine since the election of former actor Volodymyr Zelensky as President of the eastern European country.
Israel allows US Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib's visit 'on Humanitarian Grounds' a day after ban
The much-touted shared values between the U.S. and Israel no longer seem to include liberal protections for free speech.
The uprecedented move to prohibit Democrat Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar visiting Israel followed public pressure from Donald Trump.
Before his death in 1924, Kafka left all of his work to his friend and editor Max Brod, instructing him to burn every manuscript without reading it.
For the sake of his political survival, Boris Johnson needs to make a mark on the world stage. Derided as a buffoon or worse, he is likely to look beyond Europe for a way to secure his legacy.
Aleph Farms is seeking to tap into consumers' increasing awareness of health, environmental and ethical concerns related to eating meat.
Iran has enriched uranium beyond a 3.67% purity limit set by its deal with major powers, the UN nuclear watchdog policing the deal said on Monday, confirming a move previously announced by Tehran.
Tony Blair will address the workshop today
The US national security adviser John Bolton spoke in Jerusalem about new sanctions against Iran and other Middle East political issues.
In an interview with Euronews, Husam Zomlot Head of Palestinian Mission to the UK, and formerly ambassador to Washington, has blasted Jared Kushner's so called Prosperity to Peace plan set to be unveiled today an a special conference in Bahrain.
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Newly appointed Justice Minister Ofir Ohana, Israel's first openly gay cabinet minister, also took part.
A few hundred people in Berlin took to the streets for rallies marking "Quds Day" on Saturday (June 1) in solidarity with Palestinians
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Political turmoil in Israel as voters face a second election in September as Benjamin Netanyahu fails to form government