Friday, May 29, 2020
IDF forces apprehended two suspects attempting to smuggle five M-16 rifles and 20 handguns across the Israel-Jordan border.
Sweden Foreign Minister Margot Wallström called for an investigation to determine if Israel conducts extrajudicial executions of Palestinian terrorists.
The United States and its European allies said that Iran was in defiance of a UN resolution when Iran launched nuclear-capable missiles in March.
Every fall, parents send their children to school trusting that they will return home safely. None of them expect terrorists to take their children hostage.
Democratic candidates for the presidency sparred over how deeply involved the United States should be in the Syrian crisis in Saturday's debate.
Qasr al-Yahud, a site near Jericho where many Christians believe Jesus was baptized, will be cleared of landmines.
A record number of more than 1.72 million visitors came to the Auschwitz memorial in 2015.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded to the European Union's move to begin labeling products made in Jewish settlements of the West Bank.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu formally announced a reconciliation deal with Turkey, ending a six-year cut in diplomatic ties.
During his first-ever trip to the United States, Pope Francis will be arriving at the beginning of Yom Kippur and will not visit any synagogues.
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