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.
With skepticism I watched the solidarity march in Paris on Jan. 11, live on television. I’m far away, in Turkey, far enough to create a distance between what I see on the screen and what I know.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) launches an inquiry into possible war crimes in the Palestinian territories, opening a path to possible charges against Israelis or Palestinians
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It has been reported that French President François Hollande asked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu not to attend the Jan. 11 march in Paris after the attack on Charlie Hebdo, claiming that his presence would be divisive.
Senior Turkish and Israeli senior officials have started a war of words over the Israeli prime minister’s controversial participation in a massive anti-terror demonstration in Paris
US reacts to Erdoğan’s remarks criticizing Netanyahu’s attendance of anti-terror solidarity march in Paris
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has blasted Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu for "daring" to attend an anti-terror solidarity march in Paris, accusing him of leading "state terrorism" against the Palestinians.
President Francois Hollande vowed Jan. 13 that France would "never yield" to terror in an emotional tribute to three police officers shot dead in an Islamist killing spree, as four Jews gunned down in the attack were buried in Israel.
France asked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to stay away from a weekend solidarity march in Paris but he ignored the request and attended anyway, Israeli media reported on Monday.
Hundreds of thousands of people and dozens of world leaders marched together through Paris Jan. 11 in a historic show of solidarity and defiance after terrorist attacks in the French capital that claimed 17 lives.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Jan. 10 told Jews in France, after 17 people were killed there in Islamist attacks, that Israel is their home and his government wants them to immigrate.
The U.N. Security Council led global condemnation of the 'terrorist' shooting at French magazine Charlie Hebdo which left 12 people dead, in a shocking attack on freedom of speech in Europe
Israel will not permit its soldiers to be hauled in front of the International Criminal Court on potential war crimes charges, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said
As 2014 continued with instability in the Middle East, Turkey remained surrounded by tensions in the region
The Palestinians were facing a fresh diplomatic battle Jan. 1 after taking steps to join the International Criminal Court in a move which was strongly condemned by both Washington and Israel.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won another term as leader of the ruling rightwing Likud ahead of a snap election, the faction said Jan. 1, easily defeating his lone hard-right challenger.
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