The potential for toxic alliances with leaders who disregard human rights is deeply concerning.
Only 56 percent of Jewish Israelis view Trump as pro-Israel, down from 79 percent in January.
Miri Regev's dress emblazoned with the contested city's skyline turned heads at festival's opening, leading to viral mock-ups.
President told South Korea's envoy that U.S. was willing to resolve the nuclear crisis through talks.
The warning from South Korea's new president comes despite his more diplomatic tone toward North Korea.
Although the Israeli government tells Newsweek that Trump's visit to Israel next week is going ahead as planned, officials say the relationship between the two intelligence services is "in crisis."
Israel was reportedly worried that top secret information may pass to Russia, then Iran.
Police found the boy in a dilapidated apartment after neighbors complained about the stench.
Militants have been touring the southwestern city of Taiz in the build-up to Ramadan.
Trump is to visit the region to meet with both leaders later this month on his first foreign tour.
Father Tom Uzhunnalil was abducted in March 2016 after an attack on a care home.
A draft counterterror strategy provides little on how the U.S. will pass responsibility to allies, many of which lack the necessary military and intelligence capabilities.
The president hosted the Palestinian leader at the White House on Wednesday.
Israel's top medical association is preventing its members from taking part in the practice.
The press's demand for new things to say allows Trump's outrages to fade in the memory.
Tensions between nuclear neighbors India and Pakistan are once again flaring up over the contested region of Kashmir.
Russia's top lawmakers found much to criticize in Trump's self-assessment of his record so far.
Many are leaving the region, fearful of persecution.
The militant group launched a suicide vehicle attack on the southern Syrian base on Saturday.
EU leadership is determined to present a united front as Theresa May seeks deals for Britain.
Israeli authorities judged he had played a minimal role in the attack that killed two soldiers.
Israel announced its first settlement for 20 years on Thursday.
Palestinians say the move "sabotages" President Trump's early peace moves.
Russia fired missiles only miles away from NATO forces in the volatile Black Sea region, where the U.S. has accused Moscow of threatening its interests.
Serbia's Defense Minister Zoran Djordjevic said Russia would provide his country with free jets, tanks and armored vehicles as Moscow seeks to increase its Balkans influence.