Egypt, France, Germany, Jordan warn Israel over annexation
The foreign ministers of Egypt, France, Germany and Jordan on Tuesday urged Israel to abandon plans to begin annexing settlements in the West Bank, warning such action could have "consequences" for relations.
Israeli police say Palestinian shot dead at checkpoint
A Palestinian man was shot dead Tuesday at a checkpoint in the occupied West Bank after driving his car at speed toward a policewoman, Israeli police said.
Netanyahu calls for Iran sanctions over nuclear 'violations
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged world powers Sunday to reimpose tough sanctions against Iran, vowing to curb Tehran's regional "aggression" hours after another deadly strike on pro-Iranian fighters in Syria.
Israel police kill Palestinian they mistakenly thought was armed
Israeli police in annexed east Jerusalem on Saturday shot dead a disabled Palestinian they mistakenly thought was armed with a pistol, prompting furious condemnation from the Palestinians.
Israel govt swearing-in delayed a day by Pompeo visit: officials
The swearing-in of Israel's new unity government has been postponed by one day to Thursday due to the upcoming visit of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, officials said.
Israel's coalition deal: political stability with pitfalls
Israel's coalition deal between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz breaks a year-long deadlock but has pitfalls -- from power-sharing mechanisms to West Bank policy and the premier's corruption charges.
Israel's Netanyahu under precautionary COVID-19 quarantine
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went into precautionary quarantine on Monday after one of his staff tested positive for coronavirus, as the veteran premier seeks a unity government
Israel's Netanyahu, Gantz see 'significant progress' toward unity government
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his erstwhile rival Benny Gantz on Sunday announced "significant progress" in talks toward forming an emergency unity government