Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu goes to Capitol Hill on March 3 for another round in an increasingly heated battle with the White House over Iran's nuclear ambitions
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ramps up his mission to foil an emerging White House-backed nuclear deal with Iran with a speech on March 2 to the powerful pro-Israel AIPAC lobby.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu headed to Washington on March 1 on what he said was a "historic" mission to try to stop a nuclear deal with Iran, an AFP correspondent reported
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's acceptance of an invitation to address the US Congress, without the blessing of the White House, is destructive to US-Israeli ties, a senior official said on Feb. 24
The United States and Iran said Feb. 23 they had made progress in the latest round of talks on Tehran's nuclear programme, but warned there was still a long way to go to seal a final deal.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Feb. 24 hailed the verdict of a New York court which found the Palestinian leadership responsible for six deadly attacks in Jerusalem that killed Americans.
US Secretary of State John Kerry was set to arrive in Geneva Feb. 22 for renewed talks with his Iranian counterpart on Tehran's nuclear programme, after warning "significant gaps" remain ahead of a key deadline.
The Obama administration said Wednesday it is withholding from Israel some sensitive details of its nuclear negotiations with Iran because it is worried that Israeli government officials have leaked information to try to scuttle the talks - and will continue to do so.
Tens of thousands of Danes have gathered for a torchlit vigil in Copenhagen to commemorate the victims of two shootings that shocked the nation and heightened fears of a new surge in anti-Semitic violence
Prime Minister Manuel Valls on Feb. 16 urged France's Jews to stay in the country after a fresh call by the Israeli premier for European Jews to emigrate to Israel
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has described his country's apology to Turkey as an 'enormous mistake'
Israel called Feb. 3 for the shelving of a UN inquiry into its war last summer in the Gaza Strip after the probe's head quit over Israeli accusations of conflict of interest.
The Israeli government on Jan. 30 published tenders to build 430 new settler homes in the occupied West Bank, the head of an NGO that monitors settlement activity told AFP
Israel accused Turkey’s parliamentary speaker Jan. 28 of “misusing” a Holocaust commemoration to criticize Israeli policy, the latest exchange in a bitter row between the former allies.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Lebanon’s Hezbollah it will pay the “full price” after missiles killed two Israeli soldiers Jan. 28 in an attack that raised fears of another all-out war.
Israel carried out overnight raids against Syrian army targets, the military said Jan. 28, saying Damascus was responsible for rocket fire that hit the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
An Israeli rights group on Jan. 28 criticised the government for what it called a deliberate policy of launching air strikes on homes that killed hundreds of civilians during last year's Gaza war
US President Obama has refused to meet Israeli leader Netanyahu, who will make a controversial visit to the United States in early March
Iranian and US diplomats resumed talks in Switzerland on Jan. 23, as the pace intensifies towards a complex deal on Tehran's nuclear programme
A knife-wielding Palestinian attacked passengers on a bus in Tel Aviv on Jan. 21 wounding at least 12 people before being shot by a passing prison officer, Israeli police said.
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