A bomb was detonated near two Israeli army vehicles patrolling near the border with Lebanon.
Hezbollah said it set off a bomb targeting Israeli forces at the Lebanese border on Monday in an apparent response to the killing in Syria last month of a prominent commander, triggering Israeli shelling of southern Lebanon.
Three more wedding guests have been arrested in connection with a video showing Jewish revelers celebrating the deaths of members of a Palestinian family in a firebombing.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he would “leave open the possibility of spying” on allies like Israel if he were president.
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
The U.N. investigator for human rights violations in the Palestinian territories resigned on Monday, saying that Israel had reneged on its pledge to grant him access to the West Bank and Gaza.6
(JTA) — The United Nations special investigator into Israel’s human rights abuses in Palestinian territories has resigned over Israel’s refusal to grant him a visa for travel into the West Bank.4
Two people were wounded in an attempted stabbing attack in Jerusalem.
The Anne Frank House had a record number of visitors for the sixth consecutive year.
France this week solemnly marks the anniversary of the Islamist assault on the Paris offices of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, the first of two such deadly attacks which bookended a bloody 2015 of unprecedented violence in the French capital.
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