Donald Trump’s first foreign trip overshadowed by reports Israel was the source of classified intel president allegedly shared with Russian diplomats
Prime Minister accused of attempting to influence media with new broadcasting corporation
Middle East peace process ‘not as difficult as people have thought’, US President says after meetings with Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and President Trump expected to discuss accelerating rate of settlement building and peace process in first face to face talks in DC
Sara Netanyahu first questioned in 2015 over alleged use of state funds for furnishing couple’s private home
It marks the completion of the multi-tier missile defence system
Secretary-General 'condemns all unilateral actions that threaten peace'
Benjamin Netanyahu honours promise he made after Amona settlement was destroyed earlier this year
It comes after junior MK says 'The two-state solution is dead'
Government accused of 'unlawful annexation'
Prime Minister failed to provide 'significant and necessary information' to cabinet about Hamas tunnel network
Israeli prime minister’s plane takes longer route from Singapore to Sydney to completely avoid Muslim country with which Israel has no diplomatic ties
There was laughter. Not because this was an intended joke by Donald Trump, but because his words were so flippant, so careless, so ignorant, so utterly deplorable, that laughter was the only psychological human release available to sane men and women after such tragic frivolity
President attracts criticism for 'avoiding tough questions'
‘I’m looking at two-state and at one-state, and I like the one that both parties like’
Comments come as President hosts Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House