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Israel demolishes homes of 2 Palestinian assailants

According to the Shin Bet domestic security agency, the assault was planned after a July 2015 arson attack by Jewish extremists in the West Bank that killed three members of a Palestinian family

Swiss fighter jets intercept El Al Israel Airlines plane after bomb threat

Swiss fighter jets intercept El Al Israel Airlines plane after bomb threat

El Al Israel Airlines flight LY2 is still following the flight path and will land at tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport shortly.

 

Israel bars all Palestinians after Tel Aviv attack: Army

Israel bars all Palestinians after Tel Aviv attack: Army

The Israeli army said Friday that it was temporarily barring all Palestinians from entering Israel, stepping up already tough restrictions announced after Palestinian gunmen shot dead four Israelis in Tel Aviv.

American killed in Tel Aviv stabbing spree as Joe Biden visits

American killed in Tel Aviv stabbing spree as Joe Biden visits

Violence in Israel and the Palestinian territories since October has killed 184 Palestinians and 28 Israelis.

Israel`s Peres hospitalised for `irregular heartbeat`: Office

Israel`s Peres hospitalised for `irregular heartbeat`: Office

Former Israeli president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Shimon Peres was rushed to hospital on Sunday after feeling chest pains and being diagnosed with an "irregular heartbeat", a spokeswoman said.

Two killed in shooting on Tel Aviv thoroughfare, Israel mystified by motive

An unidentified gunman killed two people and wounded at least three others on a bustling thoroughfare in central Tel Aviv on Friday before fleeing, Israeli authorities said.

Two killed, seven wounded, in Tel Aviv shooting: Officials

Medics said they had taken nine people to hospitals in Tel Aviv, with police saying two of them had been pronounced dead.

Israel ex-PM to serve jail term for bribery

Israel ex-PM to serve jail term for bribery

The Israeli Supreme Court on Tuesday partially accepted an appeal by former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in a corruption case under which he will serve 18 months in prison instead of the six years handed out to him.

Attempted West Bank car ramming, Palestinian attacker shot: Police

A Palestinian driver tried unsuccessfully to run down Israelis security forces at a West Bank checkpoint Friday.

German-Israeli salesman first to undergo sex-change operation in history

But Baer’s body did not develop into a woman’s body and so she underwent the sex-change operation in 1906.

Chelsea captain John Terry doubtful for Tottenham clash

Chelsea captain John Terry doubtful for Tottenham clash

Injured John Terry likely to miss Chelsea's EPL match against Tottenham.

Amazon pulls Nazi ads over New York backlash

Based on the novel by Philip Dick, it portrays an America in which slavery is legal and Jews hide under assumed names.

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu invited to India

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been invited by President Pranab Mukherjee to pay an official visit to India.

Israel Army launches manhunt after couple killed

Israeli troops launched hunt for suspected Palestinian gunmen after an Israeli couple was killed by them.

Clashes at Jerusalem holy site as Jewish holiday starts

Clashes at Jerusalem holy site as Jewish holiday starts

New clashes broke out Monday between Palestinians and Israeli police who stormed Jerusalem`s flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound, as an expected increase in Jewish visitors to the site over the Sukkot holiday boosted tensions.

Israel starts freeing hundreds more African migrants

Israel began releasing a second group of around 600 African migrants from a desert detention centre on Wednesday after a court order, the prison authorities said.

Israel frees hundreds of migrants from desert facility

 Israel released hundreds of African migrants from a desert detention centre Tuesday after a court order, but asylum seekers were left with few options after being barred from two cities.

Police brace for `Tel Aviv beach` protests in Paris

Paris was to deploy some 500 police along the River Seine on Thursday, at the start of a controversial beach attraction dedicated to Tel Aviv. 

Tel Aviv day on Paris `beach` stirs controversy

The decision to dedicate a day of beach festivities in Paris to Tel Aviv sparked condemnation on Monday, with leftist and pro-Palestinian groups saying it sends "a very bad message" of support for Israel`s policies.

Spat over Tel Aviv day at Paris beach

 A French councillor on Monday slammed a decision to dedicate one day of the beach festivities in Paris to Tel Aviv, saying it sent "a very bad message" of support for Israel`s policies.