Both countries will return ambassadors in first since 2018 in a move that will 'contribute to deepening ties between the two peoples, expanding economic, trade, and cultural ties, and strengthening regional stability,' PM's office says
Yosef Fitoussi says Nathan always said 'God chose us to make Aliyah,' and loved Israel; parents said they haven't spoken with the soldier who shot their son, but that he was Nathan's friend and visited his home many times
PA president says Holocaust is 'the most heinous crime in modern human history,' and he had no intention to deny the genocide; clarification allegedly made after correspondence with Gantz and his office
PM says history will not forgive PA leader, Yad Vashem Chair Dani Dayan calls comments new low, and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz says he is 'disgusted,' saying, 'relativization of the singularity of the Holocaust is intolerable and unacceptable'
Standing next to German chancellor Scholz during Berlin visit, Palestinian leader lashes out and cites '50 slaughters that Israel committed' when asked to apologize for massacre of Israeli athletes by Palestinian militant half a century ago
Foreign Affairs Ministry says the hiker fell down while trying to climb up Cotopaxi, which is the second highest mountain in the South American country; efforts underway to bring 25-year-old man's body for burial in Israel
Military says Staff Sergeant Natan Fitoussi, 20, left his post in Tulkarm for a brief period and was mistaken for an intruder upon return; army slams publication of unconfirmed reports of soldier's death before family had been notified
Mohamad Agrabia and Abed al-Mahdi Jabarin, both 21 from Umm al Fahm, arrested by security forces, who say they practiced shooting and collected IS material, including pictures of beheadings; Bedouin man also arrested on similar charges
Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nasser Kanaani tells news briefing freedom of speech does not justify Rushdie's insults against religion in his writing; adds 'nobody has the right to accuse Iran in this regard'
Border Police's undercover unit say they were conducting searches for illegal weapons in the village of Aqab near Jerusalem, when Muhammad al-Shaham tried to attack the troops with a knife; local residents hurl stones and objects at the force
Syrian source says an Iranian base near the village of Abu Afsa, south of the port city, target of strike alongside an air defense and radar station nearby; Iran-backed Hezbollah also hit in northeastern outskirts of Damascus
Agreement allows surge in security with UAE, Bahrain, paves way for normalization with Sudan and Morocco; recent poll by Washington Institute, however, shows public's reaction to Abraham Accords is negative in Bahrain and UAE
State TV says missiles fired from Israeli aircraft were from direction of Lebanon, leaving 3 dead and 3 wounded; UK based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says attack aimed at several military sites where Iran affiliated militias are located
Former military chief speaks to reporters after joining National Unity alliance under former commander Benny Gantz; says Israel must prevent bi-national state, and no public figure under indictment must be allowed to run for elections