Details of Israel's security cabinet meeting on Sunday reached the press within minutes.
The Israeli leader pushed back against the right wing of his party, suggesting Trump wanted peace between Israel and Palestinians.
Security official says Iran has a "fully strategic cooperation with Russia."
For one Haifa microbrewery, stocking West Bank hops attracted an online hate campaign.
Trump says he "would be surprised" if forces are "uncontrolled" but unsure.
An estimated 63,000 children died last year of preventable causes often linked to malnutrition.
Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat condemns Trump's immigration ban and his silence on Israeli settlement building.
Netanyahu said the greatest danger Israel faces is from the Islamic Republic.
Food has long been used as an instrument of power, one that lets populations live or die.
The Kremlin is not concerned by a reported border deployment but parliament promises response.
Focus on Ukraine rather than Russia and Donald Trump could transform Eastern Europe.
The kidnap took place during an exam in the eastern province of Nangarhar.
Trump will be confronted with Israeli demands aimed at burying peace, the top Palestinian negotiator writes.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had tied a ramming attack in Jerusalem to a pattern inspired by ISIS in Europe.
The obscure group has named itself after an attacker who killed three Israelis in the city in 2015.
The militant group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack.
The band also plan to record a song with Israeli and Palestinian artists.
The Palestinian president wrote that the decision would have a "disastrous impact on the peace process."
As he begins his five-year term, Antonio Guterres writes that 2017 must be a year for peace.
Those detained include five of the attacker's family from the Jabal Mukaber neighborhood.
The Jordanian government warned of "catastrophic" consequences if Trump follows through with campaign pledge.
The Palestinians will remain stateless after anti-settlements resolution, writes Israeli government minister Michael Oren.
President-elect cannot legally shutter the foundation while it is under investigation, New York attorney general's office says.