Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday denounced as "dangerous" a nuclear accord that world powers are negotiating with Iran, saying it goes beyond what his government had feared.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday denied making a U-turn by saying he would never agree to the creation of a Palestinian state, arguing that the conditions were not yet ripe.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's blistering attack on a U.S. push for a nuclear accord with Iran soured ties with Washington but could boost his prospects in elections this month, experts say.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will visit Monday the kosher supermarket in eastern Paris where four Jews were killed when an Islamist gunman stormed the store last week, an Israeli embassy spokeswoman told AFP.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday blamed "Palestinian extremists" for clashes at Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound, denying Israel was behind mounting tensions at the site.
Israel claimed to have withdrawn ground forces from the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip and said it will observe a 72-hour humanitarian ceasefire proposed by Egypt but not initially accepted by the militant group.
Palestinians and Israelis in Jerusalem expressed frustration Friday as the funeral of a slain Palestinian boy approached while radicals in Gaza fired missiles at communities in southern Israel.
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U.S. peace envoy Martin Indyk resigned Friday, two months after the collapse of direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority that he was assigned to help facilitate.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas Tuesday for condemning the alleged kidnapping of three teenagers by Hamas, but slammed his unity pact with the Islamist movement.
Gunfire rang out in the streets of Jenin on Wednesday as militants opened fire on Israeli troops conducting house-to-house searches for three teenagers believed kidnapped from near a settlement last week.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday telephoned Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas and said he expected him to help ensure the safe return of three kidnapped teenagers, a statement said.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel advised other nations Sunday to avoid quick recognition of any new government arising from April's unexpected unity deal between the Palestinian Fatah and Hamas factions.
Israel has denied claims made in the Turkish press which put the blame on Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for not ratifying a compensation deal between the two nations over the Mavi Marmara incident which strained Israeli-Turkish relations.
There will be no negotiations with a Palestinian unity government unless the Hamas movement gives up its vision of destroying Israel and embraces peace, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday.
An Israeli report claims that before the Fatah government had agreed to reconcile with their former Hamas rivals in Gaza, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had agreed to negotiate the borders of a future Palestinian state.
Israel has ordered government agencies to begin curtailing contacts with their Palestinian counterparts and threatened punitive economic actions in retaliation for international activity by the Palestinian Authority.
A picture taken from the Israeli side of the Israel-Gaza Border on August 10, 2014 shows smoke rising from the coastal side of the Gaza strip following an Israeli military strike
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Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper shake hands before their meeting in Jerusalem January 21, 2014
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President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel deliver statements to the press prior to their bilateral meeting in the Oval Office
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President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu deliver a press conference following their meeting in the Oval Office.
Israel's President Shimon Peres (R) and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper shake hands before their meeting at Peres' residence in Jerusalem January 21, 2014
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Israeli security forces block Palestinians from entering Al-Shuhada Street in Hebron during demonstrations marking the 20th anniversary of the street closure instituted an Israeli man shot and killed 29 Palestinians in a random attack.
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Gilad Shalit salutes Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after landing in IDF airbase in the center of Israel.
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After landing in an IDF base, Gilad Shalit was reunited with his father, Noam
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Hamas holds an election rally in the West Bank city of Ramallah in 2007.
Barack Obama and Netanyahu in the Oval Office
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry greets Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem before a meeting last May.
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The Gaza Strip village of Abasan is seen from the Israeli side of the border in 2007.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (center) shakes hands with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas as then-Secretary of State Hillary looks on at the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem in 2010.
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Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2nd R) stands with his wife Laureen (R) as they tour Hula Lake Ornithology and Nature Park in northern Israel January 22, 2014
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Israel security personnel stop Palestinians from entering Al-Shuhada Street in Hebron in February during a demonstration marking the 20th anniversary of the street closure since an Israeli man massacred 29 Palestinians in 1994.
The Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.
LEADERSHIP: U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel (left) holds a press conference Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem last May. Hagel announced his resignation today.
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OFFICIALS: Austrian foreign minister Sebastian Kurz meets with Palestinian prime minister Rami Hamdallah in Ramallah in April.
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Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is seen in this U.S. State Department photo from 2010.