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Inscribed 3,400-year-old limestone flake from Luxor is world's first -- and second -- transliteration of early Canaanite alphabet, says Egyptologist Thomas Schneider
The gains free Assad's forces to move on remaining rebel-held territory in the south near the border with Israel
After returning from Jerusalem, President Juan Carlos Varela says he is reopening investigation into crash which killed 21 people, most of them Jewish businessmen
A Republican fundraiser and his Lebanese-American partner plan to pitch themselves to Gulf princes as a backchannel to the White House in return for millions in business
Defense Department refuses to say what is being considered, but warns, 'We’re not going to rule out anything necessary'
Citing rumors that the Jerusalem-area neighborhood is part of the Trump peace plan, Yesh Atid chief asks the PM whether two state solution is back on the table
Parody starts off criticizing Israel for its treatment of Palestinians, devolves into anti-Semitic cliches about Jews and money
Palestinian media publish pictures and video of 83-year-old PA leader walking around in his robe in hospital and reading a newspaper
'Relax,' says Consul General Dani Dayan after report that Israeli diplomats are barred from their own Times Square 70th Independence Day parade due to Gaza tensions
Source close to Chelsea soccer club owner says renewal process taking longer than usual, but unclear why
Nadav Ben Yehuda, who saved a Turkish climber on Everest in 2012, survives for hours without oxygen tanks, food, or water on third-highest mountain in the world
'Small-size unidentified airborne target' knocked down while approaching Hmeimim air base, Russian media reports
Refugee camp was scene of heavy battles as sides fought over capital; 2014 photo drew comparison to ghetto during World War II
Foreign policy chief says secretary of state's new strategy fails to make region safer from threat of nuclear proliferation
Eyewitness says attackers were yelling about LGBT, the Macedonian dispute, Turkey, and the Jews
A reform allowing 2 people -- or even just 1 -- to send Israel into full-scale conflict was approved with little fuss, and nobody has yet appealed it. What's going on?
Tyler Dooley voluntarily declared blade, saying he had it for protection because US president said London was like a war zone
Erekat blasts Paraguay's president as 'an irresponsible political leader,' after Asunción relocates mission to Jerusalem
First pontiff to visit Israel and begin dialogue between the Catholic Church and the Jewish world to be canonized
State Department condemns protest in Beit Jala against embassy move, says it was 'clearly intimidation'