Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's strongest challengers in Israel's April general election joined forces on Thursday, a dramatic turn in a race his right-wing Likud party has been predicted to win easily

Netanyahu’s strongest challengers form alliance in Israeli election


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu forged an election alliance with a far-right party on Wednesday that could give followers of the late anti-Arab rabbi, Meir Kahane, a stronger voice in Israeli politics

Netanyahu makes deal with far-right party ahead of Israeli election


Washington's ambassador to Warsaw on Wednesday called on Israel to apologize to Poland in a row between the two countries over the Holocaust, after Israel's acting foreign minister said "many Poles" had collaborated with the Nazis

Israel should apologize to Poland in Holocaust row: U.S. ambassador to Warsaw


The Palestinian Authority (PA) will no longer accept tax revenues collected on its behalf by Israel following its decision to trim the sum over the PA's financial support of militants' families, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said

Palestinian president rejects tax money from Israel


A meeting scheduled between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for Thursday in Moscow has been delayed, an Israeli official said

Netanyahu-Putin meeting delayed: Israeli official


Israel's Acting Foreign Minister Israel Katz should apologize to Poland for his remarks, U

Israel should apologize to Poland, U.S. ambassador says


The United States Consulate General in Jerusalem, which serves Palestinians, will be absorbed into the new U

U.S. Palestinian mission to merge with Israel embassy in March


Poland is still awaiting an apology from Israel over comments made by Israel's acting foreign minister regarding the role of Poles in the Nazi Holocaust, said Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Szymon Szynkowski vel Sek on Tuesday

Poland says still awaits Israel’s apology in Holocaust row


Hungarian leader Viktor Orban urged Poland and Israel on Tuesday to resolve their dispute over accusations of Polish complicity in the Holocaust, making the appeal in Jerusalem after Warsaw pulled out of a planned Israeli-hosted summit

Orban urges end to Israeli-Polish rift over Poland’s WW2 role