State Department cuts Russian diplomatic staff to 455 in tit-for-tat response to Moscow's reduction of US embassy workers

US orders closure of Russian consulate in San Francisco


Stepping up campaign against Illegal migrants, PM tours neighborhood, announced plans for ministerial committee to tackle asylum seeker issue

Netanyahu vows to ‘give back’ south Tel Aviv to Israelis


University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) student groups will hold a "radical anti-fascist demonstration" next week, and the language describing the event has some concerned about its potential suggestions of violence

U. Illinois Urbana-Champaign ‘Racial Anti-Fascist Demonstration’ Raises Concerns of Violence


Police not treating as terrorism incident at The Oval which ended play between Surrey and Middlesex, forcing draw

London cricket ground evacuated after bizarre arrow attack


In televised speech Hassan Nasrallah says he made a rare outing from his bunker to visit Assad in Damascus

Hezbollah chief urges recapture of Mt. Dov from Israel


PM says he had over 100 phone conversations with the casino magnate and Israel Hayom daily owner in 2012-2015, and nearly double that with its editor

Forced by court order, Netanyahu reveals almost weekly phone calls with Adelson


Agreement with Russians on policing south Syrian truce said to anger Israel, other allies

US to let Iranian-backed militias within 10 km of Golan Heights — report


HAIFA, Israel (Reuters) - Eighty years after he missed the Jewish coming-of-age ceremony, 93-year-old Holocaust survivor Shalom Shtamberg celebrated his bar mitzvah on Thursday with his family and friends in the northern Israeli city of Haifa

Holocaust survivor celebrates bar mitzvah in Israel, 80 years later


Court ruled this month that Netanyahu must disclose when he spoke to Adelson, owner of Israel Hayom newspaper, and former editor Amos Regev

Forced to divulge phone records, Netanyahu says he spoke to Adelson 40 times a year