Hezbollah terror fighters "appropriated" armored personnel carriers given to Lebanon by the United States.
Tunisian national Anis Amri is being sought by Berlin police in connection with the terror attack that left 12 dead and 48 wounded.
The IDF has launched a special unit to deal with nuclear, biological and chemical warfare in the field.
Worst Celebrations of Special Days: AFP, which dedicated its International Women’s Day coverage to the hardships of Arab women whose husbands are held in Israeli jails.
PM Netanyahu says Israel will accept wounded Syrian civilians from the civil war in Aleppo.
The sole suspect in the Berlin Christmas Market terror attack has been freed by prosecutors for lack of evidence.
Nine people died, including a Canadian tourist, in a bloodbath at an ancient castle in Karak.
Rabbi Haim Sabato tells the tale of the Jerusalem transit camp in which he and his family lived when they immigrated to the Holy Land from Egypt.
'The terrorists are trying to impose their agenda and language on the world, focusing on no negotiations, no value for human life, and murder and intimidation.'
The Cessnas are part of a $30 million package that includes maintenance support and training.
The suspect fired 5 times in the air with a shotgun outside the US Embassy.
A Turkish riot police officer was responsible for the death of Russia's envoy to Ankara but it's not clear who he was working for.
A top Iranian military commander is traveling through the Middle East in violation of UN sanctions.
Russian ambassador to Turkey shot dead.
Former Lebanese PM Sa'ad Hariri is returning to power at the head of a wall-to-wall government coalition, hoping to hold Syria, Hezbollah and Iran at bay.
Two terrorists attacked the Jordanian town of Karak, killing a Canadian woman, seven security officers and 2 Jordanian civilians.
People formed a human chain in Tel Aviv from the US Embassy to the Russian Embassy to call for an end to slaughter in Syria.
PA Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah shows his skill at the verbal shell game when he claimed the PA was under "financial siege" by the US, which gave more than anyone in 2016.
Engineer and 'Shahid' Mohammed Zawahri who was 'eliminated by the Zionists in Tunisia' was one of their commanders who was in charge of the Iranian-made UAV Ghods Ababil project.
Turkey's Supreme Board of Radio and Television imposed a temporary ban on media coverage of the Kayseri blast