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An Israeli tank fired a warning shot Sunday for the second time in 24 hours at a Syrian army post in a buffer zone on the Golan Heights, the army said.
The Jerusalem District Court named imprisoned Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouti as one of the seven liable to compensate relatives for their role in the shooting that killed three family members.
Israel gave migrants a three-month deadline to leave the country or face deportation.
Gaza's border crossing into Egypt is running under the Palestinian Authority's control for the first time in a decade.
The Trump administration is using an obscure provision in U.S. law to threaten the Palestinians with the closing of their office in Washington if they don't enter serious peace talks with Israel.
Israel hoped it would draw 2-3 foreign firms to come drill in 24 new offshore blocks in its latest bidding round that opened a year ago.
After falling out with Benjamin Netanyahu as a junior member of the Cabinet last year, Avi Gabbay is now a leading candidate to replace the scandal-plagued prime minister.
An Israeli general has warned Palestinian militants against carrying out attacks in revenge for the blowing up a tunnel stretching from the Gaza Strip into the Jewish state last month.
Gaza Strip-residents poured into Saraya Square in Gaza City from early morning, hours before the keynote speeches were due to be delivered.
Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah accused Saudi Arabia of detaining PM Saad Hariri and of asking the Shiite movement's archfoe Israel to launch strikes.
The head of Hezbollah group said that the most dangerous thing is inciting Israel to strike Lebanon.
May promoted Brexit-supporting junior minister Penny Mordaunt to the cabinet role of international development secretary after Patel was forced to resign.
Britain's overseas aid minister Priti Patel quit over unauthorised meetings in Israel, becoming the latest cabinet member caught up in a whirlwind of scandals rocking PM Theresa May's government.
British International Development Secretary Priti Patel was summoned back from a trip to Africa to meet with May, with speculation she would be fired.
It is being claimed that Patel deliberately avoided facing questions over the issue from MPs in the House of Commons yesterday, by bringing forward her flight to Kenya.