NATO ambassador: military action against Iran "direct threat" to Russia.
Embattled president Assad offers another gesture to try to quell the 10-month old unrest.
Third meeting in Amman yields agreement to meet again.
Heavy rains in Northern Israel help raise Kinneret's water level.
Withdrawal seen as a blow to pro-democracy camp in Egypt.
Popular Resistance Committees terrorist group: Explosion caused by "malfunction," not a result of an Israeli strike.
Palestinian cyber-warfare follows hacking of Deputy FM Ayalon's website last week.
In a letter handed to the Swiss ambassador in Tehran, the Iranian foreign ministry relayed to the United States that it believes the CIA was behind the recent assassination of another Iranian nuclear scientist.
Terrorists fire rocket into southern Israel;no injuries sustained.
Move comes as a result of US efforts to defuse tensions between Israel and Turkey.
The more conservative Salafists are expected to gain 25% of the total seats.
Russian official: "West's approach radically differs from ours".
Obama reiterates "unshakable commitment to Israel’s security".
Peres: "Fashionable" for Iran to blame US, Israel.
The Obama administration added three companies to those sanctioned for dealing with Iran's energy sector, for the first time targeting a major Chinese Iran trader.
The European Union, fearful that the "window for the two-state solution is rapidly closing" has decided to skirt Israeli building regulations in Area C of Judea and Samaria.
Syrian authorities have ignored the mission's requests to take steps such as removing weapons and military personnel from mosques in cities where protests have taken place, and the casualty rate in the army’s response to the protests has actually increased since the monitors began their work three weeks ago.
Iran calls the assassination a "terror attack" in letter to UN Secretary General.
Outpost community near Kiryat Arba dismantled earlier in the day.
Egypt's military-led government originally rejected the IMF's offer in June 2011.