Christian Science Monitor
Kerry's Path Steepens in Israeli-Palestinian Talks
New York Times
BETHLEHEM, West Bank — Secretary of State John Kerry's uphill path to a peace accord between Israel and the Palestinians seemed ever steeper on Wednesday, as the two sides clashed bitterly over Jewish settlements in the West Bank, while the ...
Israeli-Palestinian relations hit new snags as Kerry visits Jerusalem
Israel: Not seen but very much heard at Iran nuclear talks (+video)
Kerry Tries to Rekindle Israel-Palestinian Talks
New York Times
Israeli Court Clears Former Foreign Minister of Fraud Charges
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Avigdor Lieberman, the former Israeli foreign minister who is among the nation's most powerful and polarizing politicians, was acquitted Wednesday of corruption charges that have dogged him for more than a decade, a verdict with profound ...
The Times of Israel
Israel opposes alleged Iran nuclear proposal
Israel urges world powers to reject a deal Iran is planning on presenting to world powers in nuclear talks in Geneva on Thursday, offering to partly cut back its nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief, AFP reported on Wednesday evening ...
Israel preemptively rejects new Iran proposal
Israel: NO to Iran Offer to Exchange Nuclear Power for Sanctions
Iran and Israel secretly discussed denuclearization: now Iran is ready to ...
Israel's Lieberman to return to government
"I congratulate you on the unanimous acquittal and am happy about your return to the Israeli government so we can continue working together for the good of the people of Israel," Netanyahu told Lieberman, according to a statement from the prime ...
Court acquits Israel's former foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman of corruption ...
Israel legal saga ends as Avigdor Lieberman acquitted of fraud
Israel levels Catholic Church property in E. Jerusalem amid 'massive ...
The Catholic Church has lashed out at the Israeli government, after its property in East Jerusalem was bulldozed to the ground. Meanwhile, thousands of Palestinian flats were marked for demolition just before US Secretary of State John Kerry's visit.
Israel orders more demolitions of Palestinian flats
Israel destroys a home belonging to the Catholic Church
Catholic church slams Israel razing of its property
Goverment seeks 'paradigm shift' in Israel-Diaspora relations
Israel needs to overhaul its relations with the Jewish Diaspora, adopting a more collaborative approach in its policy formation, several high-ranking government officials stated during a strategic planning summit on Diaspora affairs on Wednesday. The ...
Israel, world Jewish leaders convene for summit on Israel-Diaspora relations
The Triangle Connecting the US, Israel, and American Jewry May Be Coming ...
'Historic' Summit Promotes Joint Israel-Diaspora Initiatives
Hurriyet Daily News
Israel: No new Turkish envoy without reciprocation
The officials were responding to a story in Turkey's Today's Zaman saying that Israel has decided to name Rafi Schutz, the Foreign Ministry's deputy director-general for Europe, as its next envoy, even though there is no indication that the countries ...
MIDEAST > Mavi Marmara was a great mistake, Israel's former spy chief admits
Former intelligence chief speaks of Mavi Marmara 'mistakes'
No new envoys for Israel, Turkey
Kerry: Israeli settlements are illegitimate
John Kerry, the US secretary of state, has said that Israeli settlements in the occupied territories are "illegitimate" and not helpful to ongoing efforts for peace between Palestine and Israel. Kerry's comments on Wednesday came after he met Mahmoud ...
Israel says Separation Wall will be border
"Israel's opening position was that the border be the route of the separation barrier [wall], and not the 1967 lines as the Palestinians have demanded," public radio said in a report, which also featured in the top-selling Yediot Aharonot. Since talks ...
Israel MPs mull Jewish prayer at al-Aqsa site
Arab-Israeli MPs were ejected from an Israeli parliamentary meeting as they protested against a plan to allow Jews to pray in the compound containing the al-Aqsa mosque in occupied East Jerusalem. An Israeli parliamentary committee held a heated debate ...