Hundreds of protesters angry at Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem have been dispersed from outside the US embassy in Lebanon.Read the full story ›
Airstrikes have killed a further two people in Gaza as the death toll from the fallout of Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem rises.Read the full story ›
A Palestinian man has been killed by Israeli forces in protests against Donald Trump's shift on Jerusalem, officials say.Read the full story ›
Despite worldwide condemnation, the US president confirmed he would be moving diplomatic operations from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.Read the full story ›
President Donald Trump is set to yet again postpone this campaign promise to move the US in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.Read the full story ›
The Bad Seeds singer said his shows in Tel Aviv are a way of standing up to an anti-Israel boycott campaign that seeks to 'bully musicians'.Read the full story ›
Priti Patel, the International Development Secretary, met the Israeli Prime Minister and other officials during her 'family holiday'.Read the full story ›
Exactly 100 years ago, a letter written by the then Foreign Secretary Sir Arthur Balfour paved the way for the creation of a Jewish State.
At the end of the First World War the Ottoman Empire collapsed and Britain took control of much of the Middle East, including Palestine under an international mandate.
Following the end of the Second World War and after large numbers of Jews had settled in Palestine, the mandate expired and the State of Israel was created.
Immediately the first of several wars between Israel and its Arab neighbours broke out, and to the present day, the conflict remains unresolved.
While for many Israelis the Balfour Declaration has come to be seen as the first step towards the homeland they craved for centuries, for many Palestinians it means something rather different.
The gunman allegedly hid among Palestinian day labourers on the outskirts of Jerusalem when he opened fire.Read the full story ›
A minister said he plans to pull the station's broadcasts, revoke the press credentials of journalists and close their Jerusalem bureau.Read the full story ›