Ismail Haniyeh is set to visit Iran, Qatar, and Kuwait.
The three Arab men planned to attack IDF soldiers at a security checkpoint.
Three-day visit by IAEA nuclear experts was scheduled to end on January 31.
"Shoa", a 9-hour French documentary about the Holocaust, will be broadcast for the first time by a Muslim country.
33 violent incidents were recorded in 2011, in comparison to 69 in 2010 and 50 in 2009.
Turkish newspaper Today's Zaman reported yesterday that Turkey pledged to provide Hamas aid money in lieu of Iran.
PM cites PA broadcast and comments by PA religious leader for incitement.
US Defense Secretary makes statements on '60 Minutes'.
Move comes amid a recent crackdown on pro-democracy NGOs.
Raam-Ta'al MK Ahmed Tibi recently made an inflammatory speech praising martyrdom.
Comments were made on a PA-run television show last week.
Netanyahu: "The Eilat Railway will be a passenger railway with a travel time of two hours" from Tel Aviv.
Project head Professor Pini Gurfil says the satellites have great practical applications.
The move comes after intensified Israeli action against Hamas individuals and institutions.
Pollard has served 27 years in federal prison, seven in solitary confinement.
Trip is Jordan is Mashaal's first since being expelled in 1999.
IAEA is expected to visit the underground enrichment site near the city of Qom, in which Iran recently said it had begun uranium enrichment work.
Haniyeh and Erdogan reportedly discuss finances in Haniyeh's first official visit to Turkey.
Reports estimate that the death toll in the weekend government crackdown has exceeded 210.
Netanyahu blames Palestinians for failure of recent negotiations in Amman, Jordan.
The Arab League decision comes in the wake of the uptick in government violence over the weekend.
Micha Lindenstrauss' report on the 2010 tragedy leaked ahead of its release next week.
Meir Dagan expresses opposition to the law.
Eamon Gilmore will meet with Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu and Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas, among others.
Palestinian sources claimed that the Israeli principles presented would destroy any chance for a two-state solution.