Jordan and Syria have agreed to reopen a vital border crossing between the two countries, three years after the commercial lifeline fell to rebel groups and traffic was halted

Syria’s key border crossings with Jordan, Israel to reopen


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday threatened "very painful blows" against Gaza's Hamas rulers if they don't halt protests along the perimeter fence that have led to clashes with Israeli troops

Israel warns Hamas of ‘painful’ strikes if protests go on


An American graduate student will remain in detention after appealing Israel’s decision to bar her entry to the Jewish state, even though she had a valid student visa, over allegations that she supported an international boycott campaign by pro-Palestinian groups

US student who engaged in pro-Palestinian activism appeals ban on entering Israel


An American graduate student accused of supporting a Palestinian-led boycott movement against Israel remained detained inside the Jewish state's international airport Tuesday, a week after she was barred from entering the country and ordered deported

US graduate student detained in Israel for alleged pro-Palestinian boycott support


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife appeared in court Sunday for the start of her trial over alleged fraud and breach of trust, drawing renewed attention to the many scandals plaguing the prime minister and his family

Sara Netanyahu, wife of Israeli PM, goes on trial for fraud after allegedly spending $100G on celebrity chef meals


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife appeared in court Sunday for the start of her trial over alleged fraud and breach of trust, drawing renewed attention to the many scandals plaguing the prime minister and his family

Israeli PM’s wife goes on trial for fraud


A Palestinian attacker opened fire inside a joint Israeli-Palestinian industrial zone in the West Bank on Sunday, killing two Israelis and seriously wounding a third, the military said

Palestinian kills 2 Israelis in West Bank industrial zone


Thousands of Gazans on Saturday thronged the funerals of seven people killed by Israeli troops during mass protests the previous day, chanting anti-Israel and anti-U

Palestinians bury 7 killed in latest flare-up in Gaza Strip


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The Latest: Thousands at funerals for 7 Palestinians


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Iran Thursday of masking a secret nuclear warehouse inside a rug-cleaning plant in an address to the United Nations General Assembly

Netanyahu reveals new ‘secret’ Iran nuclear site