Argentina seeks extradition of Iranian over AMIA bombingArgentina asks Singapore and Malaysia to extradite former Iranian foreign minister whom it accuses of involvement in 1994 AMIA bombing.
Brazilian university: Zionism is racismJob listing at Brazilian university seeks a teacher for a class on "Zionism, Nazism and Apartheid- as racism."
After half a century, Israel-Guinea ties renewedMuslim state restores relations with Israel after nearly 50 years.
US, anti-ISIS coalition allies regroup after jihadist attacksFollowing string of deadly terrorist attacks by Islamic State group around the world, US, allies open 2-day meeting to discuss next steps.
Brazilian U rector apologizes for anti-Semitic public noticeRector of Brazilian federal university apologizes to Jewish community over public notice seeking to hire "racial-ethnic relations" educator.
N. Korea: Missile tests prepared for strikes on American targetsNorth Korea says latest ballistic missile tests trialled detonation devices for possible nuclear strikes on American targets in South Korea.
Obama urges Erdogan to 'respect democracy'American President speaks with embattled Turkish counterpart, urges him to respect civil liberties as he responds to failed coup attempt.
S. African twins remanded over Jewish institutions attack plot23-year-old twins Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie suspected of plotting to attack US Embassy and Jewish institutions, join ISIS.
Boris Johnson to make first trip to the United StatesBritain's new Foreign Secretary to make first official visit to the United States, discuss the fight against ISIS.
North Korea fires three ballistic missilesA week after threatening the United States, North Korea fires three ballistic missiles in latest provocation.
EgyptAir flight crew discussed fire shortly before crashInvestigators into mysterious crash find new evidence of fire, though still uncertain of cause.
UNESCO hearing on 'offensive' Temple Mount resolution delayedFollowing recent terror attacks and attempted coup d'etat in Turkey, hearing on controversial Temple Mount resolution in UN body postponed.
Kerry on Iran deal: The world is a safer place todaySecretary of State John Kerry praises results of Iran deal in 'stabilizing' region ahead of Moscow visit to discuss war in Syria.
Israel to join the UN Security Council?In exclusive Arutz Sheva interview, Israeli Ambassador to the UN discusses Israel's growing clout - and challenges - in United Nations.
Danon to Arutz Sheva: 'We can do more in the UN'UN Ambassador Danny Danon takes some time to answer a few questions about Hezbollah and life representing Israel in the UN.
Security analysts expect ISIS terror to expand and intensifyUS and European analysts say recent attacks reflect ISIS shift from 'caliphate' to diffuse terror group as it rapidly loses territory.
Bianca Jagger apologizes for tweeting link to neo-Nazi websiteEx-wife of Rolling Stones lead singer apologizes for tweeting a link to a neo-Nazi website.
After diplomatic blitz, 'offensive' UNESCO vote postponedA vote to deny the Temple Mount's Jewish significance was delayed, after Israeli diplomats outflanked the resolution's instigators.
Israelis trapped in South Sudan civil warAs fighting rages in the streets of Juba, an IsraAid team is blockaded in South Sudan. The organization is racing to save them in time.
China blatantly rejects Hague Court rulingWhat started as an argument over fishing rights, has expanded into an international incident, as China refuses to respect the court.
North Korea threatens to cut diplomatic channel to United StatesNorth Korea continuing its threats against the United States following the blacklist of Kim Jong Un.
South African twins planned to blow up US embassy, Jewish sitesTwo South African brothers planned to join ISIS, wanted to bomb US embassy, Jewish institutions in Pretoria.
North Korea threatens to respond to American defense systemNorth Korea promises a "physical response" to the United States and South Korea's deployment of an advanced missile defense system.
California: Two Israelis killed in car crashTraffic accident on Saturday left two Israelis dead, a third moderately to severely injured. More young Israelis also died abroad last week.
UNESCO again tries to deny Jewish connection to Temple MountNew UNESCO resolution in continued effort to turn Judaism's holiest site into solely Muslim.
South Korea looks to boost its kosher food marketKorean government to aid establishment of kosher food producers.
North Korea threatens to respond to American sanctions on KimNorth Korea warns it plans a tough response after the United States blacklisted its leader, Kim Jong Un, over human rights abuses.
Pakistan: Christian sentenced to death without hearing evidenceChristian blackmailed over blasphemy, court banned from hearing recording, sentences him - and blackmailers, who held the tape - to death.
Israel wins Ethiopian support for African Union 'observer' roleOn final leg of Africa trip, Netanyahu hails breakthrough in ties with Ethiopia, asks PM to help free Ethiopian-Israeli captured by Hamas.
Suspected jihadists attack Muslim worshipers in BangladeshAt least two dead after assailants throw homemade bombs at police convoy protecting 300,000 Eid-al-Fitr worshipers.
Athletes Lionel Messi, Oscar Pistorius sentenced to jailSoccer star Lionel Messi sentenced to 21 months for tax fraud, former Olympian Pistorius receives six years for murder.
PM lands in Rwanda, visits 1994 genocide memorial centerOn the 3rd leg of his Africa tour, PM Binyamin Netanyahu is welcomed by President of Rwanda, visits site of mass grave of genocide victims.
Netanyahu Meets with Kenyan Christian Supporters of IsraelPM takes time out of busy Africa schedule to meet with Christian supporters of Israel, touts new friendships forming between nations.
Watch: PM Netanyahu speaks in KenyaAs part of Africa tour, Netanyahu meets with Kenya's leadership, emphasizes need to cooperate in fighting terrorism. Watch KTN Ne
At Africa summit, Bibi hails 'milestone' in Israel-Africa tiesIsraeli prime minister kicks off Uganda summit with seven African nations with quotes from Herzl, vows to share Israeli technology.
Ugandan President: Balfour was an ignoramusIn an entertaining, at times rambling speech, longtime African leader drew chuckles and applause in equal measure.
PM speaks in Uganda to mark 40th Entebbe anniversaryNetanyahu's trip marks first visit to Africa by sitting Prime Minister in half a century. The Prime Minister spoke at the event.
Netanyahu makes historic visit to AfricaMarking 40 years since the Entebbe raid in which his brother Yoni was killed, Netanyahu visits Africa.
Tourists, students among 22 dead in Bangladesh slaughterISIS terrorists seized cafe popular with foreign visitors, slaughtered hostages who could not recite verses from the Koran.
ISIS attacks Bangladesh restaurant, takes hostagesTerrorists storm popular cafe in Dhaka, take a number of hostages, including foreigners.
Diplomats urge Israel not to close embassy in El SalvadorIsraeli lawmakers and Latin American diplomats launch an initiative to prevent the closure of the Israeli embassy in San Salvador.
International community condemns Kiryat Arba attackAfter the horrifying murder of 13 year-old Hallel Ariel, the world unites to condemn the terrorist that killed her.
Ambassador Danon calls for UN to condemn Kiryat Arba murderIsraeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon calls for UN Security Council to condemn Ariel murder, 'put end to Palestinian incitement'
French President: Trump as president would be 'dangerous'French President Hollande warns that a Trump presidency would complicate relations between Europe and the United States.
Al Qaeda tells terrorists to target whites, 'avoid minorities'In magazine issue celebrating Orlando shooting, Al Qaeda instructs potential 'lone wolves' to specifically target whites in US.
Report: Quartet to avoid branding 'settlements' as 'illegal'Senior Israeli official claims victory over upcoming International Quartet report, which won't hand legal 'weapon' to Palestinians.
Australian Elections 2016Australians go to the polls on Saturday to elect both upper and lower houses.
Trump on Turkey attack: When will the world learn?Republican presidential candidate condemns Istanbul attack, says terrorism must be prevented in the United States.
Erdogan apologizes to Putin over downed jetKremlin: Turkish leader apologized for death of Russian pilot shot down over the Syrian-Turkish border last November.
'Thank God I'm alive' - Near escape as plane goes up in flamesDuring emergency landing, Singapore Airlines plane goes up in flames.
Netanyahu: Deal with Turkey 'a strategic interest for Israel'Israeli PM outlines reconciliation deal; Gaza blockade to remain, Turkey to prevent terror against Israel, help return captive Israelis.
'It's too early to predict the implications of Brexit'Professor Dror Wahrman of the Hebrew University discusses Britain's vote to leave the EU and what implications it will have.
Israel delivers drip irrigation systems to Paraguayan farmersIsrael donated food and assistance kits to help Paraguayans displaced by massive flooding in the region, the worst in 50 years.
Israeli satellite to secure Rio OlympicsEros-B will provide security; Israeli firms will transmit live video and guide tourists to the best transport routes between competitions.
Obama discusses 'Brexit' vote with Cameron, MerkelPresident Barack Obama says he regrets Britain's decision to leave EU but respects it.
Trump: Britons 'took back control of their country'Republican presidential candidate welcomes results of Brexit vote.
Black boxes of EgyptAir to be sent to France for repairsInitial attempts to download information from flight data and voice recorders of EgyptAir Flight 804 fail.