Benjamin Netanyahu could capture a fourth consecutive term and fifth overall.Read the full story ›
Mr Netanyahu denies any wrongdoing. He has called a press conference for Thursday evening.Read the full story ›
The Labour leader has said that he attended a Palestinian cemetery to pay his respects to the victims of an Israeli air strike.Read the full story ›
Iran has hit back after Israel accused it of covering up its nuclear weapons programme before signing a deal in 2015.Read the full story ›
Portman was due to receive the award in Israel in June and said that her reasons for skipping the ceremony were solely due to Mr Netanyahu.Read the full story ›
The Israeli Prime Minister is expected to deepen his "diplomatic and economic" ties with the UK during his first meeting with Mrs May.Read the full story ›
The Israeli prime minister was questioned by police for more than three hours as part of an inquiry into corruption allegations.Read the full story ›
The Israeli prime minister said the country would stop funding for a number of UN bodies deemed as 'hostile' to Israel.Read the full story ›
Barack Obama has told reporters "as far as I can tell, there was nothing new" in Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress in which the Israeli Prime Minister slammed the US-led nuclear talks with Iran.
"The prime minister didn't offer any viable alternatives," the US President said, urging Congress to wait to evaluate a nuclear deal with Iran until an agreement is finalised. Obama said that he would only agree to a deal that prevents Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.