Report: Israel sold arms to Argentina used in '82 Falklands WarNewly released British documents say Israel sold weapons to Argentina that were used to bomb British soldiers during the Falklands War.
Happy ending: Gazan tiger finds new home in South AfricaThree days after leaving behind a cramped cage at the Khan Younis zoo in Gaza, Laziz the tiger arrived in South Africa on Thursday.
Apple: No iPhone is safeApple issued an urgent update to correct three major security faults which can turn any iPhone into a spy machine.
Japanese truck driver playing Pokemon Go mows down pedestriansAddictive cell phone game kills one, wounds another in Japan as distracted truck driver runs over pedestrians.
North Korean leader boasts of 'great success' of missile testNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un says he supervised a test-fire of a submarine-launched ballistic missile.
Chile urged to nix visit by Iranian officialSimon Wiesenthal Center calls on president of Chile to cancel a planned visit by Iran's foreign minister scheduled for late this week.
ISIS recruiter claims he 'loves Australia,' cries at sentencingHamdi Alqudsi cries in court, as he faces up to 70 years in prison for recruiting seven men for ISIS.
Turkey asks U.S. to extradite Gulen - but not for coupState Department confirms it received a formal extradition request from Ankara for Turkish cleric, but not over the July coup attempt.
Australia: Woman stabbed to death in possible 'extremist' attackBritish woman stabbed to death at a hostel in Queensland. Attacker yelled "Allahu Akbar" while arrested.
North Korea test fires ballistic missile via sumbarineNorth Korea test fires ballistic missile near the coastal city of Sinpo.
1 dead, dozens injured in hotel bombing in ThailandPopular tourist destination in Thailand hit by apparent terror bombing.
Foreign Ministry official meets senior leaders in GuineaForeign Ministry Director-General Dore Gold flies to Guinea to meet leaders of the African nation in first expression of renewed relations.
New UN symposium for Israeli technology in AfricaIsrael’s Ambassador Danny Danon is set to host an event at the UN called "Israeli Innovation & Technologies in Africa,"
North Korea threatens 'nuclear strike' against US, South KoreaRogue nation warns US, South Korea amid joint military exercise against 'aggression', warns of nuclear attack on Washington if attacked.
Phillipines to UN: 'I'd like to box him in the head'Phillipines president Rodrigo Duterte colorfully rejects UN criticism of his bloody methods, proposes establishing his own UN.
UN buying 'blue and white'UN purchases from Israel have increased by over one hundred percent over the past two years, new report shows.
Australia joins the search for Raoul Wallenberg's fateAustralian foreign minister Julie Bishop has called for the truth to be revealed about the fate of Holocaust hero Raoul Wallenberg.
Twitter suspends 360,000 accounts for terrorTwitter, known for its easy-access policies, defends itself against accusations that the company is a mouthpiece for terror.
Danon to UN: Designate Hezbollah as a terror organizationIn the wake of foiled Hezbollah planned terror attacks within Israel, Ambassador calls on the UN to designate Hezbollah as a terror group.
Israel offers security help as Argentina absorbs Syrian refugeesIsrael has offered to help with security issues in the absorption of 3,000 Syrian refugees in Argentina.
Obama's final religious freedom report slams Muslim blasphemyObama administration’s final report on religious freedoms focuses on oppressive blasphemy laws and societal norms in Muslim countries.
Hezbollah leader: Obama did, indeed, found ISISThe Leader of Hezbollah cited Donald Trump's words that 'Obama founded ISIS,' and agreed.
PM tells Sasson: 'You showed Israel's true face'Netanyahu calls judoka, compliments him on win, and his attempt to shake Egyptian's hand.
'Proud for the entire Nation of Israel'Or Sasson, the second Israeli judoka to win a bronze medal in Rio, says: 'I want to dedicate this medal to the entire People of Israel'
Last AMIA victim identified, 22 years laterThe only unidentified fatality of the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish center here named, 22 years after the attack.
'Let us bury Raoul Wallenberg'After new evidence emerged last week that Raoul Wallenberg is probably dead, his eponymous foundation pleads with Putin for his body.
Watch: Attack on Thai resort town Hua Hin, one deadTwo bombs went off Thailand resort of Hua Hin. At least 20 injured - including foreign tourists.
Case of Argentine prosecutor to aid probe of AMIA bombingArgentine judge agrees to transfer the case file of Alberto Nisman to another judge who is presiding over new investigation on AMIA bombing.
Watch: Leopard rescued from 60 foot wellA drowning leopard stuck down a 60 foot well in India rescued by resourceful local rescue team.
Israeli Judo athlete loses two fights with medal on the lineSagi Muki had reached semi-Finals, but loses fight to reach gold-medal round, and then misses out on bronze.
Delta Airlines 'systems are down everywhere'Delta is tracking the source of a global computer outage as angry passengers queue at airports around the world
List of ISIS terror attacks on Western targetsSaturday's machete attack on police officers in Belgium joins the growing list of terror attacks perpetrated by ISIS, chronicled here.
Many NGOs indirectly fund terror, experts warnThe fact that millions of charity dollars going to Gaza were diverted to Hamas terror activities shows problems inherent in NGO operations.
'If they see the facts, they won't believe Palestinian lies'Ambassador to the UN Danon explains why Israel visit by 11 ambassadors is so important, claiming they will not be deceived easily anymore.
Lebanese Olympic team refuses to share bus with IsraelisMembers of Lebanese Olympic team try to close doors on bus so as to prevent Israel team from joining them on way to opening ceremony.
Australia cuts funding to World Vision over Hamas tiesLegal organization Shurat Hadin: "Foreign aid organizations are directly responsible for the murder of scores of Jews in Israel."
Facebook deletes Israel from list of Olympics participantsFacebook leaves name 'Israel' and flag off of list of countries taking part in Rio Olympics, showing only flag of Israel Olympic Committee.
Fathers of AMIA victims added as plaintiffs in Nisman probeFathers of two AMIA Jewish Center bombing victims named as plaintiffs in a case against former Argentine President.
US paid ransom money to Iran to free AmericansIranians celebrate US payment as 'ransom money,' but Obama claims simply that 'the time was right to resolve old disputes.'
Hollande: Trump is 'sickening'French President issues scathing criticism of Republican presidential nominee, blasts his "hurtful and humiliating comments".
Himmler's diary discovered in archive in RussiaThe diary of Nazi SS leader discovered filed in an archive in Russia.
Delegation of UN Ambassadors Visits Site of Sarona Terror AttackIsraeli Ambassador Danon: We Explained to the Ambassadors, There’s No Difference Between Terror in Tel Aviv and terror in Paris.
Pope equates capitalism with terrorism"When you place at the center of the world economy the 'God of Money,' that's terrorism against all humanity."
Pope: Human cruelty didn't end in AuschwitzHours after historic Auschwitz visit, Pope Francis says "the same thing is happening" today in many places.
ISIS: Putin, we will come to RussiaThe Islamic State calls for jihad in Russia in new video.
'We've prevented many terror attacks around the world'Prime Minister Netanyahu reveals to reporters how Israel has helped other countries prevent terror attacks with its anti-terror know-how.
Chinese investors buy Israeli company for $4.4 billionPlaytika seems to have won its gamble - having begun as a 10 man start-up, Chinese investors just valued it at billions of dollars.
Somalia: 5 killed in terror attack in the capitalSuicide bomber rams explosive-laden vehicle into police building in Mogadishu, allowing fighters to follow. 4 attackers also killed.
Son of Jewish doctor sworn in as Peru's presidentFormer Wall Street banker Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, son of a Jewish doctor who fled Nazi Germany, inaugurated as Peru's new president.
Brazil arrests man over terror allegationsTensions are high ahead of the Rio Olympics: Brazil arrests Chaer Kaloun for posting on Facebook about ISIS.
19 killed in knife attack in Japan19 killed in stabbing rampage in center for disabled people outside Tokyo. Attacker said he wanted to rid the world of the disabled.
Indian police arrest two over gang rape of Israeli woman25-year-old Israeli tourist was raped after being lured into what she thought was a taxi in popular Himalayan resort town.
Australia moves to indefinite detention of terroristsParticularly dangerous offenders - specifically terrorists - targeted by new measures; new legislation also to bar 'incitement to genocide.'
John Kerry compares 'threat of refrigerators' to ISISSays war on green-house gas 'equally important' to war on ISIS, will save lives.
WikiLeaks removes anti-Semitic tweetsWikiLeaks removes tweets that described some of its Jewish critics as "establishment climbers."
Olympic Committee decides against full ban for Russian athletesAfter calls for a total ban against Russian athletes in the Olympics for doping, the IOC decides against complete ban.
Watch: Man tries to steal Olympic torchSecurity jump man who tried to steal Olympic torch mid-run.