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.
'We need a UN that brings Israel closer, not pushes it away'Ambassador David Pressman of the United States UN delegation criticizes UN treatment of Israel, calls for change of attitude
Kim Jong Un: We can attack American interests in the PacificFollowing missile tests, North Korea leader boasts he possesses "the sure capability to attack" American interests in the Pacific.
North Korea conducts second missile test after first one failsPyongyang tries - and fails - to launch a medium-range Musudan ballistic missile, then launches a second one.
Israeli hikers rescued along Russia-Mongolia borderTwo Israelis and two Russians rescued after blizzard left them stranded thousands of meters above sea level.
UN: Number of refugees reaches record highUN High Commissioner for Refugees releases new report about current state of migrants. Notes that one out of every 113 people is a refugee.
Investigators examining black box of crashed EgyptAir flightInvestigators have begun examining the black box flight recorders of EgyptAir Flight MS804 that crashed last month.
Moscow denies strikes on US-backed rebels in SyriaRussian defense ministry spokesman says airstrike in question hit 'more than 300 kilometers away from the area' claimed by US.
Report: Hezbollah has 100 sleeper cells in Latin AmericaArgentinian paper claims Iranian-sponsored terrorist group has expanded significantly, embedded deeply in drugs trade.
Kerry tells Russia US patience on Syria 'very limited'US Secretary of State says Assad regime must respect fragile ceasefire, warns Washington's patience running out.
Brazil 'regrets' UNESCO vote denying Jewish link to KotelBrazilian Foreign Minister Jose Serra says his country will change its vote on UNESCO motion, which declared Jewish sites 'Muslim.'
Pope Francis to visit AuschwitzPope Francis to visit Auschwitz on July 29 as part of a five-day trip to Poland.
Peru: Son of Jewish doctor wins the majority of votesPedro Pablo Kuczynski wins the majority of votes in Peru's presidential election, but final result depends on challenged ballots.
International media misreports Tel Aviv shootingAnti-Israel bias? Russia Today and CNN publish misleading information on Tel Aviv attack.
Danon demands that the UN condemn terrorismDanon: When the international community refuses to condemn terror against Israelis, the next attack is only a matter of time.
Desmond Tutu nominates Palestinian mass-murderer for Nobel PrizeSouth African archbishop says Marwan Barghouti - jailed for masterminding suicide attacks - is a 'defender of human rights.'
Argentine-Israeli soccer star powers team to league promotionEial Strahman, formerly of Maccabi Haifa, leads Argentine team to title and a promotion to premier A league, gets dubbed 'super hero.'
Watch: Netanyahu and Putin shore up alliance in MoscowIsraeli, Russian leaders meet for fourth time in nine months, as alliance continues to grow.
Netanyahu visits Judea-Samaria expo in the KremlinAs PM visits, Yesha Council holds pavilion of local goods in Moscow for first time; Minister Erdan lauds victory over BDS.
IAEA: North Korea reopened a nuclear plantUN's atomic agency says North Korea appears to have reopened a plant to produce plutonium.
Brazilian evangelists - Israel's next great ally?IFCJ launches a new campaign to raise Israel support among growing evangelical community in Brazil, which is world's largest following US.
Bangladesh blames Israel for Islamist murder spreeIslamists linked to ISIS claim murders of non-Muslims - but Home Minister Khan is sure it's all Israel's fault.
Near-final Peru election results: Jewish doctor's son leadsWith nearly 90% of vote counted, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has a hair's breadth edge over Keiko Fujimori - vote count to go down to the wire.
US journalist killed in Afghanistan Taliban ambushDavid Gilkey becomes first US journalist outside the military killed in Afghan conflict, along with Afghan translator and driver.
Son of Jewish doctor leads in Peru presidential electionsPedro Pablo Kuczynski has narrow lead as polls close; voters choose between rightist candidates following disastrous leftist presidency.
Swedish nun sainted for saving Jews during HolocaustMary Elizabeth Hesselblad, who saved between 12 and 60 Jews during Holocaust, receives beatification from Pope Francis.
Report: Netanyahu to reach out to Moscow over peace talksNetanyahu likely to approach Putin about presenting a united front in the event of French-brokered talks, political source claims.
State Department: Iran still world's top terror sponsorNew report reveals Tehran remains leading global terror sponsor despite nuclear deal, ISIS is the largest single threat in the world.
European diplomats think Paris talks a victory in itselfDiplomats believe any effort is better than none at all, even as Israel, US oppose the conference.
State Department: ISIS is 'greatest terror threat in the world'Annual report finds ISIS remains the greatest worldwide terrorist threat, while Iran is still the leading state sponsor of terrorism.
Comparing Israel to Nazis is anti-Semitic, 31 states declareBody devoted to commemorating the Holocaust adopts a definition of anti-Semitism that includes some hate speech against Israel.
Genocide fallout: Furious Turkey recalls German ambassadorIn response to vote recognizing massacre of 1.5 million Armenians as a genocide, Ankara launches diplomatic war on Berlin.
French vessel finds EgyptAir's black boxesLaplace deep-sea detection submarine uncovers the critical boxes which could hold the key to MS804's crash.
Cardinal Schönborn: 'BDS isn't just false, it's stupid'Archbishop of Vienna, considered second-in-line to pope, reveals 'we try to stand up against anti-Israel tendencies in Europe.'
Argentine ex-minister's Iran tape admitted as evidenceJewish ex-minister under scrutiny for negotiating with Iran to possibly cover up its role in 1994 AMIA bombing.
Live from the UN: Building bridges – not boycottsIsrael's Mission to the UN and World Jewish Congress host conference on battling the delegitimization of Israel.
North Korea launches failed ballistic missile testNorth Korea tries and fails with a fresh ballistic missile launch.
Top French terrorist fakes death to receive surgeryLeading Al Qaeda recruiter in Syria tells French press his parents falsely reported his death so he could sneak out for 'major surgery.'
Turkey offers US joint Syria operation - without the KurdsAnkara livid over US cooperation with YPG; offers to help open second front to close ISIS smuggling route, but only without Kurds.
Australian killed fighting ISIS in SyriaJamie Bright, a former soldier, the third Australian citizen to be killed fighting with Kurdish forces.
Fresh photo of missing Japanese journalist emergesJumpei Yasuda, being held by an Al Qaeda-linked group, holding sign saying it's his 'last chance.'
Israel sends disaster aid to Sri LankaFollowing recent floods and landslides, Israel sends $20,000 worth of immediate disaster relief supplies to Sri Lanka.
Russia to return Israeli tank from Battle of Sultan YacoubTank was captured during 1982 First Lebanon War along with three Israeli soldiers whose fates are unknown.
Abbas pushes for deadlines, divided Jerusalem at peace summitPA leader seeks to maximize impact of French peace summit, including international monitors, time caps, and division of Jerusalem.
In historic Hiroshima visit, Obama urges nuclear disarmamentObama becomes first sitting president to visit bombing site, calls to reduce nuclear arsenals - but does not make an apology.
Sixth man charged over Australia's 'tinnie terror' plan25-year-old charged with preparing to join jihadists abroad via boat, after his passport was cancelled.
Bangladesh tycoon charged with sedition after Israeli meetingBangladesh police charge opposition politician Aslam Chowdhury with sedition after he met an Israeli government adviser.
WHO singles out Israel as world’s only ‘health rights violator’World Health Organization's UN resolution marks Israel as the world’s only violator of ‘mental, physical and environmental health.’
Israel opens pavillion at World Humanitarian SummitForeign Ministry Director-General Dore Gold officially opened the pavilion, noting Israel's remarkable contribution to international relief.
North Korea rejects Trump's proposal to meet KimNorth Korea’s Ambassador to the UN says Trump's proposal to meet North Korean leader is "propaganda".
Obama lifts arms embargo on VietnamPOTUS says Vietnam and the US have 'reached a new moment' in lifting decades-old arms ban.
German-funded school in Gaza teaches military trainingGerman-funded school in central Gaza indoctrinates pupils with hatred towards Israel, and provides them with military training.
Thailand fire kills 17 schoolgirlsAt least 17 young girls have been killed by a fire which swept through their school dormitory in northern Thailand.
Top US commander for the Middle East visited Syria: CentcomGeneral Joseph Votel makes surprise visit to witness efforts to fight ISIS firsthand.
Taliban leader Mansour 'likely killed' in US drone strikeUS official confirms Taliban head targeted and likely taken out in drone strike in Pakistan along Afghan border.
Danon defeats UN ban on Israel exhibitAmbassador hails 'a clear victory for Israeli truth,' as UN folds on censoring Zionist exhibit on Jewish connection to Jerusalem.
EgyptAir flight debris foundPassengers' belongings among the wreckage, 180 miles off the coast of Alexandria.