Netanyahu cancels Berlin trip due to security situation
Bennett resigns from Knesset, will continue to serve as education minister
Netanyahu threatens to change up coalition over security critique
Insight: A political guide to ‘after the holidays’
Acre Festival 2015 winners
Conversations with Simon Wiesenthal
A zest for life
Appreciation: The loss of a renaissance man
Sinai says: Mac TA’s Bender braces for added attention in next step en route to NBA
Natcho confirmed out for crucial clashes
Yellow-and-blue in upbeat mood despite Milano setback
Shin Bet bars Israeli athletes from traveling to Oman for windsurfing match
Live Blog: Wave of terror hits Israel
Terror attack: Assailant stabs IDF soldier in attempted weapon snatch in Kiryat Gat
Female Palestinian terrorist shot after stabbing Jewish man in latest Jerusalem attack
Israeli motorist lightly hurt after Palestinian stone-throwers ambush vehicle in West Bank
Hamas threatens to 'eliminate the Zionists' in dark parody of popular Israeli song
Hebrew education – in Harlem
Report: Russian Jewish leader endorses aid to Assad
Germans give Hitler actor a warm welcome
Jewish journalist jailed in Austria over restitution squabble
A glimpse inside some of the most beautiful synagogues around the globe
Khamenei bans Iran from negotiations with US
Sources: US enforcement of Iran arms embargo slipped during nuclear talks
US measure for Iran victims to get paid before sanctions waived inspired by Shurat Hadin
Analysis: The best reason for Iran deal? The West will learn where to drop bombs
ISIS vs. al-Qaida: Zawahiri says Baghdadi is not the leader of the Muslim world
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Russian warships launch 26 rockets on ISIS in Syria
Nasrallah: Netanyahu confused, the West Bank is on the brink of an intifada
Thousands of refugees in Jordan return to Syria
How to cope with holiday’s excess calories and winter’s illnesses
Health scan: Israeli physicians slowly warming to medical marijuana
Global space community to reach for the stars
Mazel Tov! Hebrew University places first in Israel in another school ranking
Ness Ziona residents threaten to sue Rehovot for raw sewage flow
Burgeoning alternative fuel firms in Israel grow fivefold in less than three years
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Green group demands swift action after sewage pollutes river, kills fish
Facebook pegs Israeli satellite to provide African Internet
Israel to host first international 'Under 30' Forbes Summit
Brewery producing craft beer made from Boston river water taps Israeli tech
El Al wins first place prize for startup program
First winter rain leaves thousands of Israelis without power
Grapevine: Demos, kiddushes and videotape
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Mahmoud Habbash said that Abbas and US Secretary of State John Kerry held “difficult” talks in New York during which they discussed the PA president’s UN speech.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Former Kerry staffer praises ex-boss, says ‘treated unjustly’ by Israeli public.
By HERB KEINON
The PA Foreign Ministry accused Kerry of ignoring international condemnations of Israel.
PLO Central Council is set to convene in Ramallah this week to discuss the Palestinian response to Israel’s decision to withhold tax revenues belonging to the PA.
The officials were responding to consistent claims from top US and EU officials that if the money is not transferred soon the PA may fall apart or stop security cooperation with Israel.
PA chief negotiator says UN draft resolution mandating Israeli withdrawal to 1967 lines within two years will move forward in a matter of days.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The Palestinian Authority has said it plans to submit its UN resolution, possibly as early as this week.
By MICHAEL WILNER
PM says Israel reserved “freedom of action” to repel both the Palestinian and French proposals expected to be brought to the United Nations Security Council.
US official says Palestinian draft might "not [be] the way we would look at handling a very complicated security negotiation."
The US Parole Commission announced Tuesday that Pollard will be released from prison after serving 30 years of a life sentence on November 20.
Jewish officials raise concerns about deal with Obama administration officials.
Kerry says visit to France is "to give a big hug" to Paris in light of recent spate of attacks.
As the 31 March deadline for a framework agreement between the P5+1 and Iran is fast approaching, US Congressional disagreements over executive orders continue to stir.
By NEVILLE TELLER
US President Obama secured enough votes this week to sustain a veto of the nuclear agreement in Congress, yet Netanyahu promises to continue to fight against it. Is there a method to his moves?
Secretary of State John Kerry took to the country’s Sunday morning shows to warn of severe consequences if Congress kills the deal, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
A contract, any contract, is only as good as its wording.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Sides emphasize that major obstacles remain to finalizing a deal under which Iran would cut back its nuclear program in exchange for relief from economic sanctions.
Condition of US Secretary of State defined as stable.
Barack Obama's administration chose a path to cut back bilateral ties, proclaimed policy towards 'isolating' our country at the international scene
Obama administration attempting to water down congressional oversight bill to "preserve our ability to implement an agreement."
The Islamic State is forcing the US to reevaluate its stance on Syria and will eventually have to negotiate with the despotic leader.
Top US diplomat says he responded with "utter disbelief" at open letter signed by 47 Republican senators that threatened to undo any nuclear agreement reached between Tehran and Washington.
The FBI has been investigating Levinson's disappearance; in 2012, it offered a rare $1 million reward for any information that could lead to his safe return.
By traveling to Switzerland, Saudi Arabia and Britain this week, US Secretary of State John Kerry will avoid being in Washington at the same time as Netanyahu.
PM will leave Israel Sunday at around noon, and be in Washington for less than 48 hours before flying back Tuesday afternoon.
By MICHAEL WILNER,HERB KEINON
Speaking on meeting, Prime Minister Netanyahu says it signals "a dangerous deal enabling Iran to produce nuclear weapons that would threaten the survival of Israel."
Kerry's talk comes amidst the latest flare-up in tensions between US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Sleeper cells planning attacks in France, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
'Israel and the United States are united in grief,' the premier said at the start of his meeting with Kerry in New York.
UN General Assembly passes resolution to fly Palestinian flag.
"I fear that what could happen is if Congress were to overturn it, our friends in Israel could actually wind up being more isolated and more blamed," the secretary said.
Kerry said on Friday it would be a huge mistake if Israel decided to take unilateral military action against Iran over its nuclear program in the future.
US secretary of state told NBC on Friday that an Israeli strike on Iran would have 'grave consequences for Israel and for the region.'
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Israel: Peace essential precursor to arms control; UN’s Ban disappointed on failure to narrow differences
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,REUTERS
Channel 2 reports that Kerry wanted to come to Mideast to advance various regional issues.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,MICHAEL WILNER
The Secretary of state says There is a lot of ‘hysteria’ in Israel while Netanyahu says this is the ‘challenge of our generation.’
Defense minister warns West giving Tehran "seal of approval" that will further endanger the world.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,HERB KEINON
No indication of Netanyahu's visit or even the invitation by US house speaker John Boehner was mentioned in a recent meeting with the Israeli ambassador, a US source says.
Top US diplomat reportedly agrees it was a "little unusual" to hear about invitation from House speaker's officer and not by usual means of diplomatic protocol.
UN Security Council pressure on Israel to quit territories would play into the hands of Netanyahu and Bennett, Livni and Peres reportedly told Kerry.
The premier said that Israel would not accept "unilateral acts that are time-dependent."
Top Iranian and US diplomats meet on the sidelines on the UN General Assembly in New York.
US secretary of state stresses that timing of departure has to be decided through negotiation.
The State Department pointed to media accounts suggesting an "imminent enhanced Russian military build-up" in Syria.
Kerry: I do not question for an instant the basis for Netanyahu’s concern.
Visit by Qassem Suleimani would constitute a violation of sanctions.
Kerry also stated that the US walking away from the deal would remove any legitimacy for a potential military strike against Iran should it pursue nuclear weapons.
The secretary of state has been working tirelessly to restore trust in the US among its Arab allies, but his chances for success are murky at best
By ZVI MAZEL
US secretary of state told Jeffrey Goldberg of 'The Atlantic' that the Iran nuclear agreement is 'as pro-Israel' as it gets.
Leaders from an array of Jewish groups will visit the White House on Tuesday afternoon, according to representatives for some of the groups.
In Doha, Kerry will meet members of the Gulf Cooperation Council, which groups Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman and Qatar.
US-Egyptian relations cooled considerably after Islamist president Mohamed Morsi was ousted in 2013 by the military amid mass protests against his rule.
Addressing concerns that Iran would continue to sponsor terrorism despite the nuclear deal, Kerry said that the US would continue to "push back against Iran's other activities."
Steinitz responds to comments US Secretary of State John Kerry made Friday that were interpreted by some as a warning for Israel to temper their criticism of Iran deal.
"I do know that often comments are made publicly and things can evolve that are different," US Secretary of State says.
The meetings came after the Iranians released photos of their top delegates sifting through stacks of papers, taking phone calls and working on laptops, all wearing large smiles.
US secretary of state says if difficult decision are not made, the United States is "absolutely prepared to call an end" to negotiations.
"We are not yet where we need to be" for the US to say with confidence that there will be a comprehensive nuclear deal by the end of the week, Kerry says.
Day after agreement to set back deadline to reach final deal, top US, UK and German diplomats hold meetings with Iran.
Talks under way in the Austrian capital are supposed to wrap up two years of negotiations over Iran's nuclear work.
Kerry and Iran's Zarif see hard work ahead as nuclear talks begin.
Senior Iranian negotiator Abbas Araqchi told Iranian reporters that the current negotiations were a "slow and difficult process."
Critics and supporters of Kerry agree that an Iran deal would seal Kerry's legacy despite his earlier failures.
"We’re not fixated on Iran specifically accounting for what they did at one point in time or another," Secretary of State said on Tuesday.
Less than three weeks before deadline, US negotiators believe the talks will likely come down to the wire.
US maintains it is not entertaining an extension in the talks.
US secretary of state flies home for treatment of femur broken in bicycle accident, could be grounded for weeks.
"A ceasefire is not peace...because even the most durable of ceasefires is not a substitute for peace," Kerry says.
Saudi-led coalition began strikes against the Houthis on March 26, aimed at pushing the Iranian-allied militia back from captured areas.
The Obama administration would abide by its pledge to deny Iran a nuclear weapon, Kerry told Channel 10.
IAEA chief Amano says emerging deal would help UN atomic watchdog to better monitor Iran's nuclear program.
In response to the agreement between Obama and Congress, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham stated that Iran will not allow US domestic politics to derail nuclear negotiations.
Kerry has said the sanctions would be suspended in phases.
"We are working on setting parameters of the issues that will led to drafting the final deal by end of June."
Talks continuing into eighth day as China warns of "wasted" time; US and Russia send mixed signals on "understanding."
Ministers from Iran, P5+1 meet again to end impasse in negotiations less than 2 days before deadline to reach framework accord on Tehran's disputed nuclear program.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
"It is a matter of political will and tough decision making ... and we must all choose wisely in the days ahead," US Secretary of State says.
Research and development, access to Parchin military base remain sticking points; Full P5+1 will meet Wednesday on Swiss Riviera.
It didn't have to be this way. At the beginning of the Syrian tragedy in 2011 Obama should have been firmer and more aggressive.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Bilateral US-Iran negotiations last hours on the Swiss Riviera; Zarif to Brussels for EU consultations; LATimes: US built replicas of Iran's nuclear facilities.
Obama administration official tells the Post the secretary's team hopes to "seal the deal" and "get it done" by the end of the month.
Top American diplomat says US "will not take our eye off of Iran's other destabilizing actions in places like Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and the Arabian peninsula, Yemen particularly."
Convincing Saudi Arabia to accept any agreed nuclear deal is important to President Barack Obama because he needs Riyadh to work closely with Washington on a host of regional policies.
Iranian foreign minister cautiously optimistic that deal on Tehran's nuclear program could be reached soon; US officials say sticking points remain.
Araqchi said that Iran would not succumb to pressure and agree to a deal that would not be a "win win situation" in the interest of both sides.
US Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz and Iran's nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi spent most of the day separately negotiating technical details of curbing Iran's nuclear program
The United States, which has a veto at the Security Council, has already indicated it finds the timeline in the Palestinian proposal unacceptable.
The Iranian media, which has been known to report "conspiracy theories" in the past, runs story refuting that Kerry was hurt in a cycling accident.
Junior New York Senator Kristen Gillibrand’s August 6 announcement supporting President Barack Obama’s Iran nuclear deal should not go unpunished.
By RON RUBIN
Kerry insists he was not 'bamboozled' by his Iranian counterparts during negotiations.
By RUTHIE BLUM
Why I can’t wait to see what ‘troubles’ John Kerry next.
By LIAT COLLINS
Netanyahu, if you want us to block international initiatives on Palestinian statehood at the UN, we need more than another vacuous speech from you.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
The latest in Kerry’s long litany of dire predictions is his warning that the Palestinian Authority might not survive if Israel keeps withholding the tax revenues it collects for Ramallah.
By JPost Editorial