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Obama urges Israel against building Jewish settlements
Jerusalem, March 22 : US President Barack Obama called on the Israeli government Thursday to stop building settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, saying continued settlement activity was "counterproductive" to peace.
UN urges prosecution of Israeli settler violence
New York, Mar 19 : The United Nations human rights chief Monday urged Israel to prosecute settlers who carry out violent acts against Palestinians, while also calling on Government forces to refrain from using excessive force and to guarantee adequate handling of child detainees, following reports ...
Iran, Hezbollah build 50,000-strong force to 'help Assad regime': ...
London, Mar 15 : Iran and Hezbollah have built a 50,000-strong parallel force in Syria to help the regime of President Bashar-al Assad in its fight against rebels demanding his ouster, Israel's military intelligence chief has claimed.
Israeli PM reaches deal on forming new coalition: report
Jerusalem, March 14 : Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reached a deal on forming a new ruling coalition, Israeli media reported Thursday.
Israeli citizen held in Egypt
Cairo, March 11 : The Egyptian authorities Sunday arrested an Israeli national for sneaking into South Sinai governorate, security sources said.
UNICEF concerned over Palestinian children in Israeli detention
New York, Mar 7 : Palestinian children detained by the Israeli military are subject to ill-treatment that violates international laws, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said Wednesday, as it issued recommendations to improve the protection of minors.
UN urges probe into death of Palestinian prisoner
New York, Feb 28 : A United Nations human rights expert Wednesday called for an international investigation into the death of Palestinian prisoner Arafat Jaradat, who died in Israeli custody just a few days after his arrest.
Ban highlights importance of Israel-Palestine peace process
New York, Feb 28 : United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Wednesday underscored the importance of making progress this year in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, and called on both parties to refrain from any actions that undermine prospects for resuming negotiations.
Israel, US test new missile defence system
Tel Aviv, Feb 26 : Israel and the US have carried out the first successful test of the Arrow 3 missile defence interceptor, the Israeli defence ministry said.
Israel: UN urges investigation into death of Palestinian in detention
New York, Feb 26 : A senior United Nations official Monday voiced concern about the death in Israeli detention of Arafat Jaradat and called for an independent and transparent investigation into the circumstances of the Palestinian's death.
Mission car attack linked to Iran, Israel tells India
New Delhi, Feb 21 : The attack on an Israeli diplomat's car here a year ago figured in talks between Indian and Israeli counter-terrorism experts here with Tel Aviv asserting that the attack was linked to Iran and urging that the perpetrators be brought to justice.
Palestine: Ban urges resolution of hunger strikes by prisoners
New York, Feb 20 :- United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, voicing deep concern over what he called the "rapidly deteriorating condition" of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli custody who are on hunger strike, urged a solution to the matter be reached without delay.
Brazilian air force gets more drones
Rio de Janeiro, Feb 19 : The Brazilian Air Force has said it has acquired two more Israeli-made drones last month to boost border security and safeguard upcoming sport events.
Ban meets US Secretary of State
New York, Feb 15 : United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Secretary of State John Kerry held talks in Washington D.C. Thursday on a range of issues, including Syria, Mali and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with the United Nations chief stressing the importance of United States ...
Middle East in for more surprises: Israeli academic
New Delhi, Feb 14 : There may be more "strategic surprises" in the Middle East in the coming days and months as the US is being perceived to be a less-than-reliable ally and the isolation of Israel in the region is growing, says Israeli scholar Efraim Inbar.
Israel's isolation growing, says scholar
New Delhi, Feb 14 : Israel's isolation is growing in the Middle East and it may be time to think of "difficult actions" vis-a-vis Iran, an Israeli scholar said Thursday.
Palestinian detainees on hunger strike
New York, Feb 14 : Two senior United Nations officials voiced their concern about Palestinian detainees in Israeli custody, particularly following reports of the fast deteriorating health conditions of several who have been on hunger strike.
India has done thorough probe into diplomat attack: Israel
New Delhi, Feb 12 : India has made a thorough investigation into the attack on an Israeli diplomat in New Delhi last year, Israeli Ambassador Alon Ushpiz said Tuesday while accusing Iran of targeting people of his country.
Attackers must be made accountable: Israel Ambassador
New Delhi, Feb 12 : Israeli Ambassador to India Alon Ushpiz on Tuesday said terrorists who committed the 'heinous attack' on an Israeli diplomat in New Delhi last year must be 'made accountable'.
Israel's Jewish-only club's offices torched by racist fans over ...
New York, Feb 9 : Israeli football club Beitar Jerusalem suffered the ire of its inglorious racist fans for hiring two new Muslim players Zaur Sadayev and Gabriel Kadiev, as the hooligan fans, who are notorious for their anti-Arab slogans, torched the club's offices on Friday.
Israel to show anti-rocket system at India expo
Jerusalem, Feb 6 : Leading Israeli defence companies will showcase an array of their newest technologies at the 2013 Aero-India Air Show, including the Iron Dome anti-rocket defence system.
Ban seeks immediate solution to Middle East conflict
New York, Feb 6 : United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Tuesday urged the swift resumption of negotiations toward a two-State solution to the Middle East conflict, citing Israeli settlements and delays in Palestinian reconciliation among obstacles to be overcome.
Aphids can teach aerospace engineers about flight control
Tel Aviv, Feb 5 : You may dismiss pea aphids as irritable insects, but their skills could teach aerospace engineers a thing or two about flight control, says an Israeli research.
Netanyahu invites all groups to form 'unity government'
Moscow, Feb 3 : Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has invited all parliamentary factions, including his opponents, to take part in a "national unity government" to address issues facing the country.
Bar Refaeli locks lips with nerd for ad
Los Angeles, Feb 3 : Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli snogged a chubby geek for a new TV ad.
Israeli security forces dismantle Palestinian protest camp
Ramallah/Jerusalem, Feb 2 : Israeli security forces used force Saturday to disperse Palestinian activists attempting to set up a camp in West Bank in protest of Israeli expansion of settlement, witnesses and medics said, reported Xinhua.
Palestinians erect tent village to protest settlement expansion
Ramallah, Feb 2 : Palestinian activists erected "tent village" to the north of a West Bank village Saturday to protest against Israeli plans to confiscate the land for settlement expansion.
UN inquiry mandate halts Israeli settlements in Palestinian territory
New York, Feb 1 : An independent inquiry mandated by the United Nations has called on Israel to halt all settlement activity and to ensure accountability for the violations of the human rights of the Palestinians resulting from the settlements.
Ban concerned over reported Israeli air strikes on Syria
New York, Feb 1 : United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Thursday noted with "grave concern" reports of Israeli air strikes in Syria and called on all concerned to prevent an escalation of tensions in the region.
Syria files official complaint about Israeli air strike
Damascus, Jan 31 : The Syrian foreign ministry Thursday summoned the chief of the UN Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) and filed an official complaint about an Israeli air strike that targeted a military research centre in the capital, Xinhua reported.