A BLAST on a Tel Aviv bus that injured at least 10 people on Wednesday, three of them seriously, was ''a terrorist attack'', the Israeli Prime Minister's spokesman said.
Alisa Odenheimer and Calev Ben-David Palestinian missiles landed in areas around Jerusalem and Tel Aviv and air-raid warnings sounded in both cities as Israel extended its bombing of the Gaza Strip and planned to increase its military...
Ian Deitch France's president has promised to take a hard line in upcoming nuclear talks with Iran this week, pleasing Israeli officials who warmly welcomed him to the Jewish state for a three-day visit.
Avigdor Lieberman, the former Israeli foreign minister who is among the nation's most powerful and polarising politicians, was acquitted on Wednesday of corruption charges that have dogged him for...
Netanyahu says the deal will be judged by the results - the total destruction of all Syria's chemical weapon stocks
Robert Tait Sir Tom Jones is at the centre of a row between rival campaigners over his plans to play a concert in Israel amid growing calls for musicians to boycott the Jewish state.
William Booth The United States and the world are being misled into thinking Iran has a more moderate leader, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says.
Jonathan Ferziger, Anna Edgerton and Fadwa Hodali Israeli authorities freed 26 Palestinian prisoners hours before the next round in Middle East peace talks, satisfying a goal Palestinian leaders had sought to get the US-brokered negotiations moving.
Max Rosenthal A team of Israeli archaeologists claims to have found a palace belonging to King David.
Colin Freeman Saudi Arabia is targeting Israel and Iran with powerful ballistic missiles, new satellite photography suggests.
Israel has secretly jailed a member of its security services for a grave offence, a prominent Israeli lawyer said, describing the case as riveting and sensational.
Nick O'Malley Gay marriage had, in the words of one angry conservative, gone from “joke to dogma” in a decade.
Israeli warplanes hit Islamic Jihad targets in central and southern Gaza early on Monday after Palestinian rocket fire struck Israel, sources from both sides said.
Israel aircraft bombed a target in Syria overnight Thursday, an Obama administration official said Friday night, as US officials said they were considering military options, including carrying out...
Isabel Kershner Stephen Hawking has pulled out of a high-profile conference to be held in Jerusalem in June to support an academic boycott of Israel, conference organisers and the university said on Wednesday.
Phoebe Greenwood Benjamin Netanyahu had a £90,000 ($137,744) double bed installed on a plane to carry him and his wife Sara on their five-hour flight from Tel Aviv to London last month to attend Baroness Thatcher's...
Bob Egelko The US allows inhabitants of 37 countries to enter without a visa, as long as they extend the same privilege to US citizens.
British embassies were asked if they could silence a cockerel and order an unfit husband to shape up, among other "bizarre" requests for help in the last 12 months, the Foreign Office said.
US officials say they have not seen conclusive evidence supporting an assertion by Israel’s top military intelligence analyst that Syrian government forces have used chemical weapons against rebels.
The 23-year-old girlfriend of the late Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky said she did not believe he had killed himself and that they had been planning to go to Israel on holiday together days after...