'What an awful, warped piece of propaganda. A complete and total erasure of Palestinians'
Rights groups say more than two dozen journalists are being held by Israeli authorities, without official charges brought against them, as part of efforts to curb recent spate of Israeli-Palestinian violence
Two people were killed and the gunman was shot dead by police later
The story of one group of seniors who made the pilgrimage
Mr Peres died aged 93 in the early hours of Wednesday, two weeks after suffering a stroke
Peres was the one of Israel’s leading statesmen and led the efforts to create peace in the Middle East
Every year, the World Economic Forum releases its Global Competitiveness Report on the state of the world's economies.
His record was not unblemished, but the passing of the former Israeli prime minister marks more than a death of a world leader
Peres was a young aide to the nation's founding fathers when the country declared independence in 1948 and played a key role in turning Israel into a military power
Former Israeli President will lie in state at the Knesset
The former President and Nobel Peace Prize winner died two weeks after suffering a major stroke, Israeli officials said
For years now I’ve travelled across the UK to report from far-right, fascist and neo-Nazi rallies. I’ve seen the real threat that faces Jews in the country, those who wear swastikas as badges of honour. Where was your concern for my community then?
But US urges maintenance of sanctions against the Islamist group
'One thing I will never negotiate is our right to the one and only Jewish state' Mr Netanyahu tells UN General Assembly
'Peace is a conscious decision. Israel has to embrace peace or eventually be engulfed in a sea of hatred in a region of turmoil'
Remains of two buildings and artefacts dating back to the 16th century were unearthed on an Ashkelon beach