Army mum on claim it targeted suspect east of Rafah in southern Strip; no injuries; reported strike comes amid uptick in Palestinians launching incendiary devices into Israel

Report: IDF drone fires at Gaza motorbike after arson balloons launched at south

Mohammed Zarif says Israeli 'adventurism' could spark military conflict

Iran’s foreign minister says Israeli strikes in Syria could lead to war

Of first 30 spots on expanded list, 13 go to Yesh Atid, 12 to Israel Resilience, 4 to Ya'alon's Telem, 1 to Ashkenazi; Lapid would serve as foreign minister for first 2

United Gantz-Lapid party to be called ‘Blue and White’

Meretz and Labor considering merger after Gantz and Lapid announce union ■ Habayit Hayehudi's number 3 quits after party joins forces with Kahanists ■ Arab-majority parties still negotiating agreement

Hours before official deadline, Israel’s right and left weigh alliances

Yair Lapid and Benny Gantz have just joined forces, forming a new center-left bloc

How merger between Netanyahu’s biggest rivals will affect Israel’s election

In uniting, Gantz and Lapid have potentially upended years of political predictability

After a decade of Netanyahu, Israel finally has a real election contest

Placing 8th on party list in PM-brokered deal, Itamar Ben Gvir says Israel's High Court was wrong to ban his mentor from Knesset; Yifat Erlich resigns from Jewish Home after pact

Far-right candidate defends extremist Kahane after merger with Jewish Home

In an interview, Avi Nissenkorn stresses his commitment to a free market

The union chief may not be a socialist but he could be Israel’s next finance minister