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  • Knesset passes Shin Bet law

    The Knesset has passed a landmark law defining the responsibilities and authorities of the Shin Bet security service — but without addressing the controversial use of mild torture in interrogations of suspected terrorists.

  • Israel, Iran in war of words

    A war of words has erupted between Israel and Iran.

  • Jerusalem security plan OK´d

    Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has approved a plan designed to increase security in Jerusalem.

  • Knesset member calls diplomat ‘Jew-boy´

    An Israeli legislator has caused an outcry in the Knesset after calling the U.S. ambassador to Israel "a Jew-boy."

  • Israeli troops withdraw

    U.S. officials welcomed Israel´s move to ease restrictions on the Palestinians just as special envoy Anthony Zinni arrived in the region.

  • How many attacks in ‘quiet´?

    Have the seven days of quiet begun? That is the question Israel and the Palestinians are debating following a recent drop in violence and with U.S. envoy Anthony Zinni expected to return to the region.

  • School burns Christian Bible

    Israeli officials have condemned a religious school for holding a public burning of the Christian Bible earlier this month.

  • Argentines arrive in Israel

    Hugs and tears awaited the first group of Argentine immigrants to arrive in Israel since riots erupted in Buenos Aires over the country´s economic collapse.

  • Israeli Cabinet passes budget

    Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon struggled to keep his government together this week as economic and diplomatic developments threatened his unity coalition. Following lengthy Cabinet deliberations Monday, the government agreed to cut nearly $1.5 bil

  • Bombing in Israel leaves anger, horror in its wake

    Those wounded by Thursday’s suicide bombing in Jerusalem lay sprawled in the streets, bleeding as they waited for medical attention. Others sat in the street and cried after the early afternoon attack at a busy downtown intersection. The bombing killed a