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In first sanctions, US revokes visas of 21 Saudi officials believed involved in fatal incident; Pompeo promises 'these penalties will not be the last word on this matter'
Ahead of midterms, JDCA says it's pouring six figures into reaching Jewish voters across country, with their vote likely to be crucial in several key battles, particularly Florida
City sanitation workers enter Palestinian refugee camp as part of outgoing Mayor Barkat's plan to replace UNRWA and oust it from capital
I’m running for city council to stem the forces of extremism born of hopelessness
PM says terror group not a partner for dialogue, calls it a 'theological junta,' and says it is a far greater threat than before the 'wretched, mistaken' 2005 Gaza disengagement
China's VP Wang Qishan travels to West Bank before meeting with Rivlin, praises Israel's 'tremendous human capital'
France rejects criticism from panel chaired by Israeli prof., says full-face veils are 'incompatible with the principle of fraternity' and democratic values
After broadcaster was set to forego World Cup screening rights, Israeli federation brokers deal, ending year-long impasse
In effort to reduce food waste, Israel become fifth country to introduce laws absolving donors of legal liability for damages caused by donated goods
Three days after border crossings reopened, defense minister's office announces further step to help beleaguered Strip
Army says some 200 Palestinians riot along security fence, throw explosives at soldiers; fire balloons from Strip start 6 blazes in south
IDF investigating identity of perpetrators of attack in southern West Bank city of Halhul
53% agree it's a 'scary time for young men,' compared with just 36% of women; more Jews support anti-sexual harassment campaign than Arabs, more seculars back it than religious
Israeli ambassador to Poland hangs Star of David flag from Warsaw's historic Bristol Hotel which housed the Jewish state's maiden mission in 1948
President's Office will provide tours of the residence as part of campaign to promote cooperation and tolerance across different sectors of Israeli society
France will fill the vacuum if the US doesn't launch its initiative next month, Foreign Ministry's Alon Ushpiz reported to brief Knesset panel
Israeli TV quotes source in State Prosecutor's Office saying AG expected to decide whether to indict PM during first four months of 2019
Mohammed bin Salman attends conference boycotted by a host of political and business leaders of Khashoggi's killing as US VP Pence warns 'the world is watching'
Over a dozen cases of disease have been confirmed in heavily Jewish areas of state in recent weeks amid Israeli outbreak that has infected hundreds
Authorities investigating how explosive got to New York home of liberal philanthropist who is often target of right-wing anger