Israeli troops kill Palestinian after suspected car ramming

Israeli forces shot and killed a Palestinian man in the West Bank after he attempted to ram his car into them, Israeli police said Tuesday

Lebanon says Israeli operation against Hezbollah tunnels won’t disrupt calm

President Michel Aoun says US assured Beirut Jerusalem has no 'aggressive intentions,' adds that he takes the issue 'seriously'

Palestinian shot dead by Israeli forces in West Bank

Author: AFParticle author: (AFP)ID: 1544525587080584800Tue, 2018-12-11 10:48

Snubbing Matteo Salvini makes no sense

No country in the world would sacrifice its national interest for the sake of moral values

Police: Palestinians tried to run over Israeli cops in two incidents in West Bank; one shot and killed

No one else wounded ■ Security officials warn attempted terror attacks in West Bank are on the rise

Israeli officers kill suspected Palestinian attacker: police

Israeli police shot and killed a Palestinian driver who they said tried to ram his vehicle into a group of officers in the occupied West Bank on Tuesday

Australia set to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, report says

The embassy however will apparently not be relocated to the city ■ Unclear whether the government will only recognize West Jerusalem ■ Decision to be formally announced Wednesday

After attack, Netanyahu vows never to uproot any settlers

PM inaugurates new interchange in the central West Bank, says Israel will continue to connect settlements to Israel

Australia to recognize Jerusalem as Israeli capital, delay embassy move – report

Scott Morrison's cabinet said to approve shift in foreign policy, while putting off relocating mission due to $200 million price tag

Italy’s controversial far-right deputy PM set to arrive in Israel

Matteo Salvini, known for hardline anti-immigration policies, to meet Netanyahu and visit Yad Vashem, prompting protest; Rivlin won't see him due to 'scheduling issues'

‘We could smell the boat approaching’: the grim truth on animal exports

Broken bones and other injuries are common for sheep and cattle held on ships for weeks in cramped pens

Students from Pakistan, UAE, Oman join Israeli online biblical archaeology class

8-week course, open to applicants worldwide, provides an introduction to biblical archaeology and a deep look at the remains of ancient civilizations in the Holy Land

Arab League warns Brazil embassy move to Jerusalem ‘could harm relations’

'The situation of Israel is not normal, seeing that it is a country that has been occupying Palestinian territories by force,' states letter to president-elect Bolsonaro