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US vice president shares tense handshake with Turkish leader before urging him to halt offensive against Kurdish forces in northern Syria
Nafidh Azzam makes statement following talks in Cairo this week between leaders in his terror group and Egyptian officials
Former SS private charged with 5,230 counts of accessory to murder says he knew Jews were being gassed at Stutthof camp, but 'did not see himself in a position to free them'
PM says country needs leadership to face 'growing security challenges,' but Blue and White chief accuses him of 'not seeking unity but immunity'
Annual gathering in mixed Jewish-Arab city during Sukkot has become an institution for the 'fringe' performance art scene
Mohammad Shtayyeh suggests that since medical care for Palestinians in Israeli hospitals has halted, they should have 'the mountain come to Muhammad'
Army says UAV was detected and intercepted along border fence in southern region of Palestinian enclave
PM has religious slates sign pledge never to join a Joint List-supported minority government with Blue and White and left-wing parties, which they were never considering anyway
No cause immediately provided for incident involving chartered vehicle carrying Asian and Arab nationals
Ruben Correa says driver was suffering from a medical condition; 'I wasn't really thinking, I was just doing my job'
PA president thanks kingdom for 'continued support of Palestinian people'; documents show Riyadh gave Ramallah $132.8 million between January and August
As they excavate 2,000-year-old Stepped Street under thriving Arab neighborhood, careful to avoid collapsing the homes above, are archaeologists bending, or recreating, the rules?
Speaking to Israeli radio, lawmaker calls for action 'to save the Kurdish people,' as authorities ask for humanitarian corridor, accuse Ankara of using banned weapons in Syria
Turkish presidential sources tell BBC that leader 'thoroughly rejected' US president's letter dated the day Ankara launched military campaign against Kurds in Syrian territory
Blood test shows Amir Abu Laben was not under the influence when he hit 8-year-old Itay Margi; results contradict finding from early urine sample analysis
Former justice minister, whose New Right party didn't sign statement against joining minority coalition backed by the Joint List, says earlier document was enough
Army says UAV was near security fence in the south of the Palestinian enclave, doesn't specify whether it entered Israeli airspace
Maryland lawmaker founded Israel project to bring Jewish and black communities closer; led probes into Trump, who responded with remark about his district slammed as racist
No minority coalition has ever been formed immediately following elections but Israeli law does not explicitly state that a new government must enjoy absolute majority support
According to the Daily Mail, educator made comment to class of 10-year-olds, many of whom are Jewish