PM Netanyahu flew to Russia to meet with Russian Pres. Putin on crucial security issues, the last day before the start of Passover.
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a $1.75 billion award to relatives of American military victims of terror, against U.S.-held assets of an Iranian bank.
IDF soldiers were on the march bright and early for another "surprise military drill" on two of the nation's borders.
French Pres. Hollande hoped to meet with Hezbollah but the Iranian-backed Shi'ite proxy group backed out, further isolating itself.
Israel is drilling its troops intensively, with civilians and emergency response teams, both in the north and south.
Hezbollah is becoming more isolated among Arab nations as it draws closer to its Iranian handlers.
Russia is offering to invest billions of dollars in Israeli off-shore oil and gas development.
Although surface-to-air missiles are new to Al Qaeda in Yemen, they've been in use by the terror group elsewhere for years.
Hezbollah terror chief Hassan Nasrallah has no plans for a war with Israel in the near future, he says.
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Hezbollah is becoming increasingly isolated in the Arab world because of its loyalty to Iran.
US lawmakers urged the EU to designate as a terrorist organization the entire Hezbollah, not just its "military wing."
It's not just ISIS that is brainwashing children into becoming parts of The Borg in a future terrorist machine.
Bahrain has worked for a long time to persuade other Arab nations to blacklist Hezbollah and Iran.
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The Gulf nations led by Saudi Arabia join the United States and European Union in declaring Hezbollah a terror group.
Media reports on the situation in Syria are mixed, as ever: the cease-fire is holding, but very shaky.
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The truce formally begins on Saturday and was agreed upon by Russia and the United States.
The IDF is using varied and creative methods in building barriers at the northern border to protect Israelis.
The court in which Ron Arad's story was being told is closed to the public and adjourned until mid-April.
Reports that Israel bombarded a Syrian regime stronghold south of Damascus on Wed., Feb. 17.
A Hezbollah terror cell has been charged with drug trafficking in Europe by the US Drug Enforcement Administration.