Israel resolved Wednesday to keep striking Palestinians who fire rockets at Israeli border towns and a pre-dawn air attack on northern Gaza killed two members of a Hamas rocket squad.
For Israel's most experienced statesman, the 1967 Six Day War transformed Israel itself into a regional power but also prompted errors that are still reverberating around the region today.
Britain's largest trade union for academics voted on Wednesday to back calls for a boycott of universities in Israel in protest at its treatment of Palestinians, triggering Israeli condemnation.
Israel's government said Wednesday that a cease-fire with Palestinian militants is not on the table, and its military will continue to target militants in Gaza.
Israel resolved Wednesday to keep striking Gaza Strip rocket squads firing at Israeli border towns and insisted it wasn't negotiating a truce with radical groups.
Vice Premier Shimon Peres announced his candidacy Wednesday for president of Israel, an office tarnished by rape and other sexual misconduct allegations against its current occupant, Moshe Katsav.
Israel will continue striking and exerting military pressure on Palestinian militants, despite calls for a cease-fire.
A pair of ex-military chiefs will contest the leadership of Israel's dovish Labor Party in a runoff vote next month, signaling renewed public appetite for soldier politicians after last summer's botched war in Lebanon.
A report by the Public Committee Against Torture in Israel found there is "no effective barrier" to torture in the country and detailed nine alleged cases.
An Israeli airstrike killed two members of Hamas' military wing early Wednesday, Palestinian security sources said, as Israel kept up pressure on Palestinian militants in the West Bank and Gaza.