How Netanyahu pulled off a diplomacy trifectaOn the Turkish, Egyptian and African fronts, Prime Minister Netanyahu is proving the conventional wisdom wrong.
Netanyahu makes historic visit to AfricaMarking 40 years since the Entebbe raid in which his brother Yoni was killed, Netanyahu visits Africa.
Rivlin wants stronger ties with AfricaPresident Rivlin meets with Ivory Coast FM, declares that Israel aims to obtain observer status in the African Union.
Netanyahu looks to changing Africa for new alliesNetanyahu will make a major visit to African nations in the coming weeks, capping off a serious campaign to form a regional alliance.
African Muslim leaders visit IsraelImams and other religious leaders from six African countries visit Jewish state, meet top officials, as part of Israeli pivot to Africa.
New Israel-Africa Knesset caucus launchedNetanyahu says time has come for Israel-Africa strategic alliance; 'Israel is coming back to Africa; Africa is coming back to Israel.'
Experts warn ISIS menace is rising in AfricaA coalition of Libyan ISIS rebels and Boko Haram could be a game-changer on the continent, with ISIS know-how already revamping Boko Haram.
Israel to Seek Bigger Role in African DevelopmentPM Binyamin Netanyahu offers Israeli innovation to the world at 2015 World Expo. 'If we pool our resources...we can help many countries.'
Israel's Top Ally in Africa Loses in ElectionsGoodluck Jonathan, who revolutionized Israel ties, replaced by Muhammadu Buhari, Muslim former military ruler thought to have Islamist bent.
ISIS Accepts Boko Haram Pledge of Allegiance'Caliphate expands to West Africa,' ISIS spokesperson says in recording, after Nigerian terrorist group vows loyalty.
ISIS Fad: African Islamists Burn Civilians AliveAfter ISIS burns Jordanian pilot to death on camera, Boko Haram terrorists use their methods in massacring 90 civilians in Cameroon.
Israeli Businessman Behind PA UN Bid RejectionBusinessman working abroad in Africa said to be behind other defenses of Israel, quietly helped rally support against PA.
Al-Qaeda Releases Video of HostagesAl-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb releases a video showing two hostages begging for their lives.
Tourist Under Isolation in Jerusalem; Ebola FearedDoctors say the chances of the tourist actually having the virus is low; test results to air Saturday night.
Ebola Outbreak Reaches African CapitalGuinea confirms lethal virus has infiltrated capital of two million, suspected cases in neighboring Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Islamists Threaten to Assassinate French PremierAl-Qaeda linked group vows Jihad against France for sending troops into Mali last year to root-out terrorists.
Israel Pledges 24 Million Shekel in Aid to AfricaMarking 50 years of diplomatic relations, Israel and Germany launch joint effort to combat poverty in Africa.
US Evacuates Staff from South SudanUS Embassy provides evacuation flight, closes Consulate in Juba as sectarian fighting continues.
African Leaders Try to Negotiate South Sudan PeaceFlaring violence since December 15 in struggle between President Salva Kiir and former deputy Riek Machar. Over 1,000 thought to be dead.
Angola Denies it Banned IslamAngolan officials deny reports that the African nation had banned Islam, begun demolishing mosques.
Obama: Captured Al-Qaeda Leader Will Face JusticeThe United States will continue to go after Al-Qaeda-linked groups in Africa, says President Barack Obama.
Israel Deal to Deport Illegal African ImmigrantsIsrael has struck a deal to deport up to 2,000 illegal Eritrean immigrants to unnamed African country in return for supplying military aid.
Jews Pilgrimage to Africa's Oldest SynagogeHundreds of Jewish worshippers completed an annual pilgrimage to Africa's oldest synagogue, amid heightened security.
Al Qaeda Terrorists Kill 3, Hold Americans, OthersAl Qaeda-linked terrorists are holding Americans and other foreign nationals hostage after seizing a gas field in southern Algeria.
African Al-Qaeda to 'Export' Violence to USU.S. General Carter Ham urged a global fight against Al-Qaeda terrorist group based in Africa, saying it could "export violence" to the West
Egypt's Morsi Returns From Second Africa TripEgyptian president, Mohammed Morsi, made a one day trip to Uganda to patch up diplomatic standings.
China-Africa Trade Skyrockets But Lacks BalanceThe China-Africa trade forum FOCAC is holding its 5th Conference in Beijing.
Israel 'Feeds the Future' in AfricaMASHAV and USAID signed a memorandum of understanding to increase cooperation on food security to Africa.
Ousted Mali President 'Free and Unharmed'After six days of speculation over the fate of toppled president Amadou Toumani Toure in Mali, the president says he is 'doing well'
Renegade Mali Soldiers Seek President's OusterA protest over the government's poor handling of a rebellion in Mali's north exploded into action as soldiers seized the presidential palace
Prosor: Western Africa is Hizbullah's Power BaseIsrael's UN envoy Ron Prosor told the Security Council that West Africa has become Hizbullah's power base - and urged them to act.
Somalia's Al Shaba'ab Officially Joins Al QaedaSomalia's Al-Shaba'ab terrorist opposition group has officially joined the international Al Qaeda terror organization.
Nigeria Declares State of EmergencyNigerian President Goodluck Jonathan declares a state of emergency and prepares to deal with radical Islamist terrorists in his country.
Israel Reopens Embassy in GhanaAfter 38 years Israel has officially reopened its embassy in Ghana – historically the first African nation to establish ties with Israel.
Oxfam Calls for More Famine Aid from AfricaOxfam says African governments not donating enough to famine relief in their own continent.
'Barak Must Restore Security'Eilat Mayor Meir Yitzhak Halevi speaks to Arutz Sheva following an incident in which infiltrators from Africa entered his city.
African Muslim Convoy to GazaFirst African convoy aims to stick Israel with “apartheid state” label; aid organized by banned radical Muslim group.
Nigeria's Go and Stop ElectionsIn an attempt to scotch charges of electoral fraud, Nigeria's president appointed a respected professor to supervise, but chaos has prevailed.
Endgame in Ivory CoastThe Ivory Coast Civil War is reaching a conclusion with the defeat of Laurent Gbagbo whose international and regional isolation doomed him.
Voting Was the Easy PartIn July, Sudan and newly independent South Sudan will go their separate ways. They both have their work cut out for them.
Week Long Vote for IndependenceSouth Sudan Is about to secede from the Arab North. Can it weather the problems ahead?
Congo Visitors "Love Israel!"36 Christians from the Congo are here for their church's annual trip to Israel, saying, "We love Israel, and all Africa loves Israel!"
Infiltrators, or Refugees?Activists for asylum for thousands of African infiltrators try to compare their status with Jews who sailed to Israel under the British Mandate.
African Doctors Learn in IsraelIsraeli medical knowledge and advances shared with African HIV/AIDS experts. Israel suggested as medical hub for East Africa.
Sudan Govt, Darfur Rebels DealThe Sudan government has made a ceasefire deal with the Justice and Equality Movement rebel group in Darfur. A formal deal is due in March.
Congo Surgeon Training at RambamRambam Hospital is training a Congolese surgeon in plastic surgery for burn treatment. He will be the first such specialist in his country.
3 Al Qaeda Men Nabbed in AfricaFor the first time, three Al-Qaeda operatives have been captured and charged with drug trafficking in Africa to raise money for terrorist activity.
VIP African Delegation in IsraelA delegation of high-ranking officials from Africa, as well as representatives of third-world development initiatives, are in Israel this week.
MDs Circumcise to Combat AIDSA group of Senegalese doctors spent a week learning with Israeli physicians the tricks of performing circumcision on adult males.