Israelis head to the polls this week for the second time this year, due to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's failure to achieve a critical parliamentary coalition after the April elections. Netanyahu has enjoyed historic popularity, but this vote comes as…
By Ryan Chilcote
Israeli voters went to the polls Tuesday to choose a prime minister and 120 members of the legislature. With election results too close to call, both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Blue and White coalition opponent, Benny Gantz, are…
In our news wrap Friday, health officials reported that the number of pregnant women in the U.S. infected with Zika virus has tripled to 157, though fewer than a dozen have had miscarriages or babies born with birth defects so…
By PBS NewsHour
Analysts discuss the significance of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's statements accepting a demilitarized Palestinian state.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Benjamin Netanyahu, leader of the right-wing Likud party, on Friday accepted a mandate to form Israel's next government after recent parliamentary elections left the country in a political deadlock.
By PBS NewsHour
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon threw the Israeli government into chaos Monday by announcing he would leave the hard-line Likud Party he helped form and asking the country's president to dissolve parliament and order new elections.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon suffered a setback last night within his own Likud Party when the party defied his wishes and voted in favor of a resolution never to allow the creation of a Palestinian state.
Moshe Arens, a top adviser to Israel's newly-elected Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, discusses the escalating conflict with the Palestinians.
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