PM to continue for third term, but success of Lapid and Bennett shows Israelis want change
The rise of the right-wing software entrepreneur has worrying consequences for Israel, critics say
Prime Minister Sellal says one ringleader was Canadian but security source claims two
Western governments have not taken seriously enough the emergence of new networks of jihadi groups
Was poisonous gas Agent 15 used on rebels to test America's chemical weapons ultimatum?
'Animals live better than this in the West,' says doctor shocked by death and despair at Camp Atmeh
As shooting started, Mohammed Ali fainted. He awoke to find himself surrounded by dead bodies
Syrian president makes first appearance since June, but his speech is greeted with derision
Saudi Arabia said to have secretly joined America's 'undeclared aerial war' against terrorists in Yemen
US formally 'recognises' Syrian opposition but with no promise of assistance it's seen as a 'half-step'
Murder of a senior bureaucrat proves that women face spiralling violence in Afghanistan
Gen Richards can't think of a military reason why the British Army shouldn't go in. Well, some of us can...
Turkish request to Nato comes as fears grow of Assad using chemical weapons
Is the age of the drone nearly over? Iran and US dispute 'capture' of another unmanned craft
Paris and London are preparing to take 'real action' over Israel's plan to build in sensitive 'E1' area
Tensions in Cairo inflamed after a controversial new constitution is approved in 'rushed' vote
Former PM Ehud Olmert and Haaretz come out in favour of UN 'non-member status' for Palestinians
The theory that Mossad killed the late Palestinian leader is popular – but it doesn't make any sense
Netanyahu's defence minister wants more time with his family – or does he have another agenda?
‘A major blow to the revolution’ says ElBaradei as president hands himself sweeping new powers