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US and Britain sanction Houthi supporters

Iranian-backed Houthi rebels targeted in sanctions imposed by the US and the UK.

US and Britain sanction Houthi supporters

'US and Britain seek to escalate tensions'

Iran criticizes US and British strikes on Houthi targets in Yemen, says the two countries seek to "escalate tensions and crises" in the region.

'US and Britain seek to escalate tensions'

China criticizes US veto of resolution on Gaza

China's permanent representative to the UN after US vetoes Security Council resolution calling for ceasefire in Gaza: The US veto sends a wrong message.

China criticizes US veto of resolution on Gaza

'We won't rush to vote on UNSC resolution on Gaza'

Senior US official says the Biden administration is not planning “to rush” passage of UN Security Council resolution that urges a temporary ceasefire in Gaza.

'We won't rush to vote on UNSC resolution on Gaza'

Temporary Gaza ceasefire, opposition to Rafah op.

US proposes alternative draft Security Council resolution calling for temporary ceasefire and opposing Israeli ground offensive in Rafah.

Temporary Gaza ceasefire, opposition to Rafah op.

France sanctions 28 Judea and Samaria residents

Paris has decided to impose sanctions against 28 residents of Judea and Samaria, after Britain and the US imposed a similar decision.

France sanctions 28 Judea and Samaria residents

Israel-US discuss exile of Hamas leaders from Gaza.

Israel-US discuss exile of Hamas leaders from Gaza. Netanyahu's confidants: "a very good option"

Israel-US discuss exile of Hamas leaders from Gaza.

US, Britain strike targets in Middle East

The US and Britain announce they struck 36 targets of the Iranian-affiliated Houthis in 13 locations in Yemen.

US, Britain strike targets in Middle East

US sanctions Iranian, Hezbollah financial network

US sanctions three entities and one individual based in Turkey and Lebanon for giving "critical financial support" to financial network used by Quds Force and Hezbollah.

US sanctions Iranian, Hezbollah financial network

'UNRWA needs to make fundamental changes'

US Ambassador to the UN says US is seeking more detail from Israel about the allegations against UNRWA. State Department spokesperson: US needs to see accountability from UNRWA.

'UNRWA needs to make fundamental changes'

'Progress in discussions; differences still wide'

Israel is demanding to put additional pressure on Hamas to reduce its demands and agree to an outline of a two-month ceasefire, in exchange for the release of the hostages.

'Progress in discussions; differences still wide'

Hanan Ben Ari returns to the stage - in the US

Hanan Ben Ari posted three concerts that will take place in April in the US. "I wish you would all come, I hope we can lift each other up"

Hanan Ben Ari returns to the stage - in the US

US army destroys two Houthi anti-ship missiles

In latest strike against Iranian-backed rebels, US army destroys two Houthi anti-ship missiles that were ready to be launched.

US army destroys two Houthi anti-ship missiles

'Gen Z needs an awakening'

Emily Austin, social media influencer: "You'd be surprised how many students don't know Hamas is a terror group. They think it's just a war between Israel and Hamas, not realizing they're right up next.”

'Gen Z needs an awakening'

'US and British strikes will only make us stronger'

Houthi leader unfazed by US and Britain's strikes: The American and British must understand that our people do not know how to surrender.

'US and British strikes will only make us stronger'

US and Britain strike Houthi targets in Yemen

US and Britain strike eight Houthi targets in Yemen as the US names the ongoing operation to target Houthi assets in Yemen “Operation Poseidon Archer”.

US and Britain strike Houthi targets in Yemen

US and UK strike Houthi targets in Yemen

US and UK launch air strikes struck more than a dozen Houthi targets inside of Yemen. Biden: I will not hesitate to direct further measures.

US and UK strike Houthi targets in Yemen

'No plans to withdraw troops from Iraq'

Pentagon says it is not currently planning to withdraw its troops from Iraq, despite Baghdad's announcement it would begin removing the US-led military coalition.

'No plans to withdraw troops from Iraq'

Smotrich encourages emigration from Gaza

Minister of Finance Bezalel Smotrich continues to encourage emigration of Gaza's Arabs, despite condemnation from US administration.

Smotrich encourages emigration from Gaza

US to extend military presence in Qatar for 10 years

CNN report: The United States quietly reached an agreement that extends its military presence at Al Udeid Base in Qatar.

US to extend military presence in Qatar for 10 years

Four countries condemn Iran over uranium enrichment

France, Germany, Britain and US condemn Iran after IAEA report said it increased its production rate of highly enriched uranium.

Four countries condemn Iran over uranium enrichment

USA: 6 year old flew alone – and landed in wrong city

A 6-year-old boy flying alone to visit his grandmother in Florida was mistakenly put on the wrong plane by the airline.

USA: 6 year old flew alone – and landed in wrong city

Netanyahu demanded Hezbollah be moved from the border - & caved

In negotiations with the US and France, Israel is sending very different messages than what it has declared to the public, report says.

Netanyahu demanded Hezbollah be moved from the border - & caved

'Houthi attacks a significant problem that must be addressed'

US Secretary of Defense and French counterpart discuss continued attacks on shipping vessels in the Red Sea by Yemen's Houthis.

'Houthi attacks a significant problem that must be addressed'

10 reasons Israelis travel to the U.S.A.

Israelis have been increasingly drawn to the United States for many reasons, creating a unique bridge between these two diverse nations.

10 reasons Israelis travel to the U.S.A.

Israel considering two-week ceasefire for hostage release

Washington Post reports Israel considering longer ceasefire, up to two weeks, for Hamas to find all hostages and bring them back to safety.

Israel considering two-week ceasefire for hostage release

International statement condemns Houthi attacks in Red Sea

US, EU, NATO and 44 countries blast Houthi rebels' hostilities in the Red Sea.

International statement condemns Houthi attacks in Red Sea

International effort to deal with Houthi threats in Red Sea

US Defense Sec. expected to announce international effort to manage Houthi threat, report says.

International effort to deal with Houthi threats in Red Sea

Report: US asked Israel not to respond to Houthi attacks

US concerned Israeli response to Houthi attacks may spark regional conflict, report says.

Report: US asked Israel not to respond to Houthi attacks

Heads of universities will testify in Congress on antisemitism

Heads of three prestigious universities to testify today before Congress on antisemitism on campus and a sense of fear among Jewish students

Heads of universities will testify in Congress on antisemitism

US urges condemnation of Hamas sexual crimes

US Mission to the UN: We call on all to unequivocally condemn acts of gender-based violence.

US urges condemnation of Hamas sexual crimes

'Disappointed no Americans have been freed yet'

US officials say they remain hopeful at least three Americans held by Hamas will be freed as part of the deal.

'Disappointed no Americans have been freed yet'

'We must not forget history'

US Senate Chuck Schumer speaks to close to 300,000 at March for Israel rally held in Washington DC: "We stand with Israel."

'We must not forget history'

Qatar will sanction Hamas after the release of the hostages

US and Qatar agree that Doha will re-examine its relations with Hamas after the end of the hostage crisis in Gaza.

Qatar will sanction Hamas after the release of the hostages

Russia and China veto UNSC resolution on Israel-Hamas war

The US draft condemns Hamas attack on Israel, supports Israel’s right to defend itself, and calls for unconditional release of hostages.

Russia and China veto UNSC resolution on Israel-Hamas war

Ground incursion delayed to allow US to send additional forces

US voices concerns of Iranian attacks on its forces due to ground incursion, asks for time to send additional forces to the region.

Ground incursion delayed to allow US to send additional forces

US says Israel has the right to defend itself

It is not clear if or when the United States plans to put the draft resolution to a vote.

US says Israel has the right to defend itself

Cargo plane delivers initial shipment of weapons to Israel

Defense Ministry releases footage showing arrival of cargo plane delivering shipment of advanced weaponry to Israel.

Cargo plane delivers initial shipment of weapons to Israel

'We will support Israel in its efforts to defend itself '

Leaders of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States condemn Hamas, express support for Israel.

'We will support Israel in its efforts to defend itself '

Is the US headed towards 'bankruptcy'?

Rep. Josh Brecheen, R-Okla., speaks with ‘Fox News Live’ about the House’s latest efforts to avoid a government shutdown

Is the US headed towards 'bankruptcy'?

Suspect arrested in shooting outside US embassy

Lebanese security forces detain man suspected of being behind last week’s shooting outside US embassy, in which no one was hurt.

Suspect arrested in shooting outside US embassy

Shots fired outside US embassy in Beirut

Embassy spokesperson says there were no injuries in the incident and the facility is safe.

Shots fired outside US embassy in Beirut

Iran urged to reverse its decision to ban IAEA inspectors

US, Britain, France and Germany call on Iran to "immediately reverse" decision to withdraw accreditation from nuclear watchdog inspectors.

Iran urged to reverse its decision to ban IAEA inspectors

'The protesters are joining the PLO and Iran'

Netanyahu blasts protesters who plan to demonstrate during his visit to the US: These demonstrations cross all boundaries.

'The protesters are joining the PLO and Iran'

US, UK sanction Iran ahead of anniversary of Mahsa Amini's death

US and Britain imposes sanctions on Iran ahead of the one-year anniversary of woman whose death sparked mass protests.

US, UK sanction Iran ahead of anniversary of Mahsa Amini's death

Economic corridor - even without Israel-Saudi normalization

Diplomatic source says economic corridor will move forward even if there are no normalization agreements between Israel, Saudi Arabia.

Economic corridor - even without Israel-Saudi normalization

US asked for no preconditions on Israel-Saudi Arabia relations

US wants talks on normalization between Saudi Arabia, Israel, with no preconditions from the Palestinian Authority, source says.

US asked for no preconditions on Israel-Saudi Arabia relations

UN vote on extension of Lebanon peacekeeping mission delayed

France, US and UAE argue over the freedom of movement of troops in UNIFIL.

UN vote on extension of Lebanon peacekeeping mission delayed

US approves F-16s to Ukraine once training is completed

Washington assures Denmark and the Netherlands it will expedite approval of transfer requests for F-16s to Ukraine when pilots are trained.

US approves F-16s to Ukraine once training is completed

US delegation visits Israel to discuss Iran, Hezbollah

Senior United States defense delegation hosted by Israel Ministry of Defense convenes in Israel.

US delegation visits Israel to discuss Iran, Hezbollah

US returns to UNESCO after five-year absence

Trump withdrew from the UN cultural agency due to its anti-Israel bias before the US was readmitted in late June.

US returns to UNESCO after five-year absence

Report: US was informed of Jenin operation - last week

Israel informed US of Jenin operation ahead of time, promised to do everything possible to avoid harming innocents, report says.

Report: US was informed of Jenin operation - last week

US readmitted to UNESCO

UNESCO’s governing board votes 132-10 to readmit the United States, after Trump withdrew from the agency due to anti-Israel bias.

US readmitted to UNESCO

Diaspora leaders meet Congressman Nick Langworthy

Congressman Nick Langworthy said that his trip to Israel in 2019 with Governor Mike Huckabee and Dr. Joseph Frager was “transformative.”

Diaspora leaders meet Congressman Nick Langworthy

Israel informs US: Netanyahu will visit China

Netanyahu expected to make 4th visit to China, assures members of Congress that alliance between Israel and US is 'key' and 'irreplaceable.'

Israel informs US: Netanyahu will visit China

US increases its financial support for UNRWA

State Department confirms the federal budgetary support for UNRWA will reach a record $223 million in 2023.

US increases its financial support for UNRWA

Dozens of senators urge Israel's entry into visa waiver program

65 senators urge Israel’s entry into the Visa Waiver Program by end of September.

Dozens of senators urge Israel's entry into visa waiver program

US informs UNESCO it plans to rejoin the agency

The Trump administration withdrew US membership from the UN's cultural agency in protest of its ongoing anti-Israel bias.

US informs UNESCO it plans to rejoin the agency

'Unabomber' found dead in prison

Ted Kaczynski, the convicted terrorist known as the “Unabomber”, found dead in his prison cell. He was 81.

'Unabomber' found dead in prison

UK sanctions Lebanese businessman over Hezbollah support

Meanwhile, US authorities announce action against a network allegedly helping the man avoid sanctions.

UK sanctions Lebanese businessman over Hezbollah support