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U.S. lawmakers continuing Turkey sanctions push despite ceasefire

Republican U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham and Democratic Senator Chris Van Hollen will move "full steam ahead" with their plans to impose stiff sanctions on...

Amid cash crisis, United Nations likely to be able to pay...

The United Nations has received enough partial payments from some countries to be able to pay its staff next month, a U.N. spokesman said...

Pence says U.S. to halt sanctions after Turkey ceasefire deal

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said on Thursday that Washington will impose no further sanctions on Turkey once there is a ceasefire in northern...

White House official: Kushner to visit Israel this month

A senior U.S. official says President Donald Trump's top Mideast adviser, Jared Kushner, will visit Israel at the end of the month. Kushner, who...

Israel’s politicians cast their votes – In photos

Polls opened at 7 a.m and will close at 10 p.m. this evening.

Israeli official: Dutch courts should reject war crimes case against Gantz

The hearing is not at the trial stage, but rather is about whether Dutch courts have the jurisdiction to hear the allegations against Israeli...

Netanyahu attempted to launch military operation in Gaza before election

After being forced to abruptly end a Likud rally in Ashkelon under threat of rockets, Netanyahu held phone talks with cabinet members pushing for...

Naftali Bennett to Post: Trump’s map must be avoided at all...

"We are very worried about the future of our country right now," Bennett told the Post.

Shas leader Aryeh Deri: Real threat of a secular Leftist government

Minister of the Interior Aryeh Deri caste his vote in Har Nof in the capital on Tuesday during the re-do elections.

Netanyahu is risking Israel’s interests by riding the European nationalist tiger...

Netanyahu is risking Israel’s interests by riding the European nationalist tiger  Haaretz

Bibi is the contrarian nationalist leader who has proved you can get away with it and the likes of Italy's Matteo Salvini want some of that aura – but at what price ...