JERUSALEM/LONDON Britain's interior minister Priti Patel on Friday said she had banned the Palestinian militant group Hamas in a move that brings the UK's stance on Gaza's rulers in line with the United States and the European Union.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Monday that Iran had crossed "all red lines" in its nuclear program and vowed that Israel would not allow Tehran to acquire a nuclear weapon.
JERUSALEM Palestinians facing eviction from Jerusalem's flashpoint Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood will have to wait for a ruling that will determine their fate after a discussion in Israel's Supreme Court on Monday ended without a final decision.
JERUSALEM Israeli President Isaac Herzog received a third shot of coronavirus vaccine on Friday, kicking off a campaign to give booster doses to people aged over 60 as part of efforts to slow the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant. | Video
JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Thousands of Israeli far-right nationalists marched in a flag-waving procession through East Jerusalem on Tuesday, an event that reignited tensions with Palestinians and posed an early challenge to Israel's new government. | Video
RAMALLAH, West Bank The distressed caller was on the line from Gaza when an explosion drowned out his voice and the line suddenly went dead. | Video
JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Following are reactions to the new government in Israel, led by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.
JERUSALEM Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's longest-serving prime minister, is on the verge of being toppled from power after more than a decade in office.
By Rami Ayyub, Jonathan Saul, Stephen Farrell and Zainah El-Haroun
GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israel bombarded Gaza with air strikes and Palestinian militants resumed cross-border rocket fire on Tuesday after a brief overnight lull during which the U.N. sent a small fuel convoy into the enclave, where it says 52,000 people are now displaced. | Video