Cyber attack on country planned by activists for eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Senior diplomat meets with top Israeli and Hamas officials to broker five-year truce.
Rights group says Israeli actions during conflict do not justify direct and indiscriminate attacks on civilians.
Europe's nationalist parties are rushing to support formerly reviled Israel as an ally against the 'scourge' of Islamisation.
The IDF opens six criminal investigations into its conduct nine months after Gaza conflict.
Senior official says the plan was rejected because it attempted to separate Gaza from West Bank.
The Jordanian leader addressed European parliament about the root of Islamic extremism in region.
The embattled coastal enclave continues to succumb to the same internal divisions that have plagued Palestinians for nearly a decade.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry accused the forum of being obsessed by allegations of Israeli abuses.
"We continue to strengthen our capabilities by producing more rockets," said Marwan Issa, leader of Hamas' military wing.
The former Palestinian strongman wants to become the next president of Palestine.
The biased investigation into Israel has once again revealed the world body's lack of fairness.
A Palestinian journalist was kidnapped by a group claiming to be ISIS last week.
The heaviest gunfight for years reveals deep disillusionment with the Palestinian leadership.
Avigdor Lieberman says Hezbollah and Hamas becoming stronger and bolder.
The report by Physicians for Human Rights was based on testimony from hospital patients.
The programme aiding over 100,000 people made homeless will be suspended after donors pulled out.
Turkish leaders have condemned the Paris attacks but have also warned that rising European Islamophobia risks inflaming unrest.
The decision opens the way for war crimes charges to be brought against Israel.
"But why do we go to school and study? We will only be killed in the next war."
"It is an escalatory step that will not achieve any of the outcomes most Palestinians have long hoped to see for their people."
The move means the court could take jurisdiction over crimes committed in the Palestinian territories.
The Committee to Protect Journalists released its annual report Tuesday.
Officials said the crossing would open for two days to allow Gazans with serious illnesses to travel for treatment, and to allow foreign nationals and students to travel.
Nabil has lost his arm, his wife, two daughters, two sons, two brothers and six other family members
The Russian president sent a letter to president Mahamoud Abbas on Saturday