Jamaica's PM Holness says his people live in a "zone of peace" and offered condolences on the terror attack in Jerusalem.
The Woodmont Country Club is extremely expensive and has the best golf courses in the Washington DC area.
An American court awarded damages of $178 million, to be paid by Syria and Iran, to parents who lost a baby to a Hamas terrorist.
Temporary residents who support boycotts against Israel would not be upgraded to permanent residency, meaning they could be expelled.
Israeli police and government officials have come up with a way to prevent cell phone thieves from using their ill-gotten gains.
Israel has closed a deal to purchase 200 advanced tactical trucks from Oshkosh with US military aid funds at a cost of $200 million.
The suspects were arrested for stoning, firebombing and pipe bomb attacks on Israeli drivers.
The former Palestinian Authority governor of Jenin was arrested by Israeli forces at his home in the city of Shechem.
IDF Military Intelligence and the Shin Bet together launched an operation to track down Hamas decoys behind the fake profiles on Facebook.
Several cars and an Israeli public bus were also damaged in the road terror attacks. A fire was started by one of the Molotov cocktails that exploded at the side of the road.
Leket Israel says food rescue would narrow the food insecurity gap by 73% of what it costs to the economy.
"It is obvious the Jewish community has every right to be here, including by right of purchase," Justice Minister Shaked said while touring Hebron.
France is set to open an international "peace conference" while ties are found between Paris and terror groups.
Israel will not be bullied into actions that will endanger its citizens anywhere they live, said DM Liberman.
In 1994 US envoy to the UN Madeleine Albright insisted on a paragraph-by-paragraph UNSC vote, to edit out language saying Jerusalem was occupied territory.
The suspect was carrying a commando knife and no identity papers. He refused to cooperate with police and wouldn't answer any questions.
Israel has hit an all-time record for incoming tourism, according to the Tourism Ministry.
Germany's famous Brandenburg Gate is lit up with the colors of the Israeli flag in solidarity with four IDF soldiers who lost their lives to terror.
The P5+1 Iran Deal partners have given a green light to send a secret shipment of more than 100 tons of natural uranium to Iran as a "thank you" gift.
PM Netanyahu says he's not going to Davos this year, cancelled an appearance at a Knesset Committee meeting and said he's busy working to prevent another UNSC resolution.
Grief-stricken families expressed their love and pride in their fallen IDF soldiers, speaking of their goodness, the ways in which they had left the world a better place.
Israel's security cabinet approved a number of measures in response to the truck ramming attack that left four IDF officers dead and 17 other people wounded in Jerusalem.
All of the four IDF officers who were murdered by a Jerusalem Arab terrorist at Armon HaNatziv are to be laid to rest on the same day; 17 other injured victims are slowly healing from the attack.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat urges city residents to continue to live their lives as usual despite the "difficult terror attack."
The IDF has released the names of the IDF soldiers killed in a deadly truck ramming attack in the Armon HaNatziv section of Jerusalem.