Israeli troops on Tuesday shot dead a Palestinian who had tried to stab a soldier at a checkpoint in the occupied West Bank, a military spokeswoman said.
Israeli border police shot dead a 17-year-old Palestinian youth during a clash with protesters in the occupied West Bank on Monday, Israeli and Palestinian officials said.
Some 70 countries on Sunday reaffirmed that only a two-state solution could resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and warned they would not recognise any unilateral steps by either side that could prejudge negotiations.
The Syrian army said on Friday that Israeli missile strikes caused a series of explosions at an airbase outside Damascus before dawn.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday dismissed as ‘rigged’ this weekend's Middle East peace conference in Paris, with his government refusing to play any role in the meeting.
Arabs across Israel closed businesses and schools on Wednesday in a one-day strike to protest against the demolition of Arab homes built without the required, but hard-to-get, permits.
Hundreds of Israelis attended funerals Monday for four soldiers killed when a Palestinian rammed a truck into troops visiting a popular tourist site in a stark reminder of tensions despite a recent lull in violence.
The Israeli embassy in London sought to head off a diplomatic storm Sunday, apologising after one of its staff was caught on camera threatening to "take down" a British government minister.
A lawyer for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Friday there was "nothing of substance" in allegations he illegally accepted gifts from rich supporters.
Police were questioning Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Thursday for a second time as part of a probe into whether he illegally accepted gifts from wealthy supporters, media reports said.
Israel released billionaire businessman Beny Steinmetz from house arrest without charge on Wednesday, his mining firm BSG Resources (BSGR) and a court spokeswoman said, following his detention over bribery allegations involving BSGR in Africa.