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Israel says overnight strike on Gaza house killed Islamic Jihad commander

Jerusalem - Israel's military said Thursday that an overnight strike in Gaza that Palestinians officials say left eight members of the same family dead killed an Islamic Jihad commander.

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Netanyahu tells Islamic Jihad 'stop these attacks or absorb more blows'

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday that Islamic Jihad militants in Gaza must stop rocket attacks or "absorb more and more blows" as an escalation of violence raged for a second day.

Fear and sorrow in Gaza and Israel after another escalation

Kramim - Sirens wailed, residents ran to bomb shelters and both sides feared yet another war as an Israeli targeted strike killing an Islamic Jihad commander in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday sparked exchanges of fire.

BDS campaigns grew by a third on US campuses the last three years

Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaigns have increased by almost one third during the last three years on US college campuses according to the Israel on Campus Coalition (ICC)

Israeli PM appoints new defence minister, boosting Likud party

Jerusalem - Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu said Friday Naftali Bennett would be appointed defence minister and their parties would unite, as the political system remained deadlocked after two inconclusive elections this year.

Head of UN Palestinian agency steps aside amid probe

Jerusalem - The head of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees has stepped aside temporarily as an internal probe into alleged mismanagement at the organisation proceeds, it said on Wednesday.

Israel supreme court upholds expulsion of Human Rights Watch official

Jerusalem - Israel's supreme court on Tuesday upheld a government decision to expel a senior Human Rights Watch official over his alleged support of a boycott of the country, the ruling said.

Holocaust survivors meet their saviour 75 years later

Jerusalem - Eyes brimming with tears, 92-year-old Melpomeni Dina Gianopoulou was reunited Sunday with Jewish siblings she had helped hide from Nazis in her native Greece during World War II.

Israel strikes kill one in Gaza after first rockets in weeks

Jerusalem - Israel carried out retaliatory strikes on Gaza Saturday killing a Palestinian and wounding two others, following two nights of rocket attacks that were the first since September.

Gantz meets Netanyahu for Israeli coalition talks

Jerusalem - Israeli challenger Benny Gantz met Sunday with incumbent prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu for talks to try and put together a coalition government in the wake of two inconclusive general elections.

Israeli president tasks Benny Gantz with forming government

Jerusalem - Israel's president Reuven Rivlin tasked ex-military chief Benny Gantz on Wednesday with forming a new governing coalition and bringing Israel out of the longest political impasse in its history.

Israeli president tasks Benny Gantz with forming government

Jerusalem - Israel's president Reuven Rivlin tasked ex-military chief Benny Gantz on Wednesday evening with forming a new governing coalition and bringing Israel out of the longest political impasse in its history.

Israel president to task Gantz with forming government

Jerusalem - Israel's president planned to task ex-military chief Benny Gantz with forming a new government Wednesday following Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's failed attempts to do so after a deadlocked September election.

Netanyahu suffers defeat in failing to form Israeli government

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has suffered an important defeat in his bid to hang on as premier by failing to form a new government, but his opponent faced similar difficulties on Tuesday.

Netanyahu says cannot form Israel govt, allowing opponent to try

Jerusalem - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu informed Israel's president Monday he could not form a new government following deadlocked September elections, making way for his opponent Benny Gantz to try.

Netanyahu tells president giving up on forming Israel govt

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu informed the country's president Monday he could not form a new government following deadlocked September elections, making way for his opponent Benny Gantz to try.

Netanyahu voices hope for Syria ceasefire in Pompeo talks

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu voiced hope Friday that a US-brokered ceasefire will hold between Turkey and Syria's Kurds as he discussed the turbulent region with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

Israel's parliament sworn in without new government

Jerusalem - Israel's parliament was sworn in Thursday without a new government formed as a deadlocked general election left Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu scrambling to find a path to extend his long tenure in power.

Netanyahu lawyers arrive for pre-indictment hearing

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's lawyers arrived for his pre-indictment hearing on corruption allegations Wednesday and pledged to convince prosecutors to drop the cases against him.
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