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    Zoom Call With Israelis Lands a Gaza Peace Activist in Jail

    A video chat, intended to build bridges between Israeli and Palestinian strangers, led some in Gaza...

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    For Autocrats, and Others, Coronavirus Is a Chance to Grab Even More Power

    Leaders around the world have passed emergency decrees and legislation expanding their reach during the pandemic....

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    To Track Coronavirus, Israel Moves to Tap Secret Trove of Cellphone Data

    The information, intended for use in counterterrorism, would help identify people who have crossed paths with...

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    Netanyahu Seeks Immunity From Israeli Corruption Charges

    His request to Parliament is a rare move, and a potentially unpopular one, heading into a...

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    In Era of Hardening Identities, Trump Order on Jews Kindles Questions Old and New

    The president said he wanted to target anti-Semitic speech on campuses, but in the time of...

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    Charges Planned Against Netanyahu Aides in Submarine Graft Scandal

    Indicted and embattled, Israel’s prime minister faces new calls for yet another corruption inquiry.

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    Netanyahu Indicted on Corruption Charges, Throwing His Future Into Doubt

    The first prosecution of a sitting Israeli premier deepens the political paralysis in a country that...

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    Likud Rival Slams Netanyahu and Calls for Primary to ‘Save the Country’

    The demand by Gideon Saar, a popular ex-minister, was the first crack in the party’s solidarity...

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    Israelis Call Netanyahu Indictment an ‘Earthquake,’ but Agree on Little Else

    Some of the prime minister’s supporters are sticking by him, while others are wavering. All are...

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    What’s Next for Netanyahu, and Israel?

    The corruption case against Benjamin Netanyahu, the first Israeli prime minister indicted while in office, has...

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    Israel Launches Airstrikes in Syria to Target Iranian Forces

    The strikes came a day after rockets were fired across the border into the Israeli-controlled Golan...

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    What to Watch For in Israel, Where Gantz Is on Deadline to Form Government

    Benny Gantz, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s top rival, has until midnight Wednesday to build a viable...

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    In Shift, U.S. Says Israeli Settlements in West Bank Do Not Violate International Law

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the reversal of decades of American policy that may doom...

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    Israel Intercepts Four Rockets Launched From Syria

    Days after a clash between Israel and militants in Gaza to the south, tensions rose across...

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    Are West Bank Settlements Illegal? Who Decides?

    The United States declared that Israeli settlements on the West Bank are “not inconsistent with” international...

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    In Strike That Killed 5 Children, Israel Said It Took Out Gaza Militant. Now It Isn’t Sure.

    The Israeli military said it has begun an investigation into who was actually killed in an...

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    Exchanges of Fire Continue Across Israel-Gaza Border

    A clash set off by Israel’s killing of an Islamic Jihad commander teetered between containment and...

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    Jordan Reclaims Land Israelis Used Under ’94 Peace Accord

    Israelis see the step as a reflection of the dismal state of relations a quarter century...

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    Marcelle Ninio, Spy for Israel Imprisoned in Egypt, Dies at 89

    She was the only woman in an espionage ring of about a dozen Egyptians that engineered...

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    Israel to Expel Human Rights Worker, Citing Anti-Boycott Law

    Rejecting an appeal by a United States citizen, Israel’s Supreme Court ruled that his visa should...

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    With Israel in Limbo, Benny Gantz Vows to Seek a ‘Peace Within’

    As he tries to form a government, the would-be prime minister has focused on healing divisions...

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    Jordan-Israel Ties Strained by Detentions

    Israel is holding two Jordanian citizens without charges on vague security grounds; Jordan has detained an...

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    Israeli Soldier Gets One-Month Sentence Over Death of Gaza Teenager

    It was the first conviction of a soldier in connection with the shootings of Palestinians during...

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    Israel Seems Paralyzed, but Is the System Broken?

    To understand the paralysis in Israel’s political system, think of a Mexican standoff, like in a...

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    Netanyahu Fails to Form a Government, Leaving Israel as Divided as Ever

    Israel’s president will offer the chance to form a government to Mr. Netanyahu’s chief rival, Benny...

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    Israeli Arab Faction Explains Why It Didn’t Back Netanyahu’s Rival

    The leader of Balad, part of the Joint Arab List bloc in Israel’s Knesset, said the...

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    In a Twist, Netanyahu Wins a Chance to Keep His Job

    The Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, must now assemble a parliamentary majority, a task that eluded...

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    Countdown Begins in Israel on Efforts to Forge a Power-Sharing Deal

    President Reuven Rivlin has urged Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz to try to form a unity...

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    In Israel, Gantz and Netanyahu Start Talks on Possible Unity Government

    After Israel’s deadlock election, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his chief opponent, Benny Gantz, agreed to...

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    Israel’s Arab Parties Back Benny Gantz to End Netanyahu’s Grip

    Ayman Odeh, leader of the Arab Joint List, said his group would support a government by...