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British PM must now earn support of EU leaders for agreement to exit bloc before having to steer proposal through fractious parliament
Amnesty International says executing of gold trader and his accomplice violated international law, comes after 'grossly unfair show trial'
Assailant shot, wounded while carrying out assault at entrance to police station in south of city; one of the officers was apparently hurt by friendly fire
Suspect held in France on potential charge of condoning terrorism after growing angry over request to show conductor his train ticket
The 400 rockets launched from Gaza posed a challenge not only to the Iron Dome defense system but also to emergency workers, who respond to multiple incidents for every rocket
Trump administration claims 'broad discretion' to restrict admission to the president with lawyers arguing the US leader could choose to never hold another press briefing again
Candidate garners enough provisional ballots from soldiers, others to put him out of rival Berkovitch's reach and become next leader of capital
What matters, as near-war gave way to resignations and bickering, is whether PM really had compelling reasons for pushing to urgently end this round of conflict with Hamas
FBI affidavit says Jeffrey Clark Jr. and his brother, who committed suicide after synagogue attack, 'fantasized about killing' Jews, black people
Party officials say they will pull out of government, forcing new elections, if the PM doesn't appoint Naftali Bennett defense minister
Website designed to look like university department falsely claims Tamir Pardo, who actually did give a talk there last week, predicted Netanyahu would fire the defense minister
Demonstrators gather at entrances to Sderot and Ashkelon as criticism persists over ceasefire ending intense border flareup
Opinion says conflicting laws give the president room to appoint an unconfirmed official, notes manner of Matthew Whitaker's designation has many precedents over past 200 years
Social media mogul delights city's social media users by posting to local Israeli forum and commenting on Israeli cuisine
Jewish newspaper publishes remarks from Welsh member of opposition party saying threats to synagogues may be 'in their own heads'
Eisenkot orders troops to remain on high alert, meets with senior officers from Southern Command after quiet returns to south following two days of intense fighting
Ismail Haniyeh cheers defense minister's decision to step down as a 'political victory' following violent flareup in Gaza
Ecuadorian FM leads ceremony honoring Manuel Antonio Munoz Borrero, who was removed as consul in Stockholm for issuing passports to fleeing Jews
FBI reports 37 percent rise in crimes targeting Jews and Jewish institutions; 'American Jews face a choice: create meaning or fade away'
Jewish Home party maintains its demand that leader Naftali Bennett be appointed defense minister in place of resigning Avigdor Liberman, or else it will join opposition