The kidnapping of three Israeli teens rekindled hostilities between Israel and Palestinian militants.
An Israeli man swinging a stick at cars was fatally run over in the West Bank on Tuesday by a Palestinian truck driver.
Secretary of State John Kerry said he would meet Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, followed by talks with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas.
The Taliban denied it was behind the attack on the NATO convoy in Kabul, which killed at least 12 people.
A Palestinian youth died at a West Bank hospital following a clash with Israeli troops near Ramallah, one of three confrontations in just hours.
The U.S.-trained rebels came under fire from al Nusra forces in northern Syria and for the first time called in U.S. airstrikes.
Despite Turkey's desire to create a "no-fly zone" in northern Syria along the Turkish border, Pentagon officials say the U.S. "has no such plan."
The leader of al-Nusra Front insisted on Wednesday that he is under orders to concentrate his efforts on toppling President Bashar al-Assad.
The Israeli military said it launched airstrikes and "neutralized" an imminent attack by bomb-carrying militants along the Israeli-Syrian border.
The Association of International Development Agencies (AIDA) urged the international community to adopt a new approach to Gaza.
A bomb explosion on a bridge leading to the upscale Cairo district of Zamalek, which hosts many embassies, killed a police officer.
Murals by the anonymous street artist Banksy have appeared in Gaza, including a playful kitten.
Israel told the U.N. it would take all measures to defend itself after a clash with Hezbollah that killed a Spanish peacekeeper and two IDF soldiers.
The IDF has expelled dozens from an intelligence unit after a group refused to take part in operations it claimed exploited innocent Palestinians.
Basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar said he wanted Americans to understand that his religion "does not tolerate wanton murder."
The White House chief of staff on MTP distanced the president from harsh comments about the Israeli Prime Minister that appeared in the Israeli press.
Palestinian man stabbed at least 11 people on a bus in Tel Aviv on Wednesday before he was shot and captured, authorities said.
A grieving father has recounted to NBC News how his five-month-old son froze to death after the family's Gaza home was bombed by Israel.
Internal security service says this is the first case Israel knew of in which Palestinians planned attacks in the name of ISIS.
Jewish settlers threw stones at a U.S. diplomatic delegation that came to inspect vandalism to Palestinian-owned trees in the occupied West Bank.
Violent confrontations in the West Bank have escalated in recent months.
Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri told NBC News that one of the group's high-ranking commanders, Taiseer Samiri, was killed in the subsequent crossfire.
Thousands of pilgrims typically visit Jesus' birthplace each December. However, officials say many overseas tourists abandoned their plans this year.
The bombing by Israel were the first since a truce was brokered between Israel and militants in Gaza in August.
Jordan has circulated a draft Palestinian resolution calling for Israeli occupation of Palestinian land to end by November 2016.
A Palestinian threw acid at four girls in a vehicle in the occupied West Bank on Friday, Israeli officials said.
Israeli military clashed with Palestinian protesters outside Ramallah following the funeral of Palestinian government minister.
Israeli and Palestinian pathologists disagreed on the cause of death of the Palestinian minister who collapsed after scuffling with Israeli troops.
Ziad Abu Ein died Wednesday after a confrontation with Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank.
The funeral took place in Ramallah of Ziad Abu Ein who died Wednesday in controversial circumstances.
Ziad Abu Ein was rushed from the scene of the confrontation in West Bank village of Turmus Aya but died en route to hospital in nearby Ramallah.
A Palestinian Cabinet minister has died after a confrontation with Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank.
The internal inquiries could help Israel challenge the work of a U.N. Human Rights Council commission of inquiry into possible war crimes.
France, Belgium and Australia are the latest countries poised to jump aboard a global bandwagon to recognize a Palestinian state.
Israeli Army spokesman Lt. Col. Peter Lerner said a civilian was "lightly wounded" in the attack.
Pope Francis joined with the leader of orthodox Christians and offered tough words for ISIS.
The premises were empty when assailants torched a classroom used by first-graders at the Hand in Hand school, where Palestinian and Israeli children study together.
The Israeli Cabinet on Sunday approved a bill to legally define the country as the nation-state of the Jewish people.
Nadim Nuwara, 17, was shot during a demonstration in May at which Palestinians hurled stones at Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank.
Rocked by a wave of attacks by Palestinians, Israel has turned once again to blowing up the family homes of men suspected of killing Israelis.
Israeli authorities were refusing to release the bodies of two cousins who killed five in a Jerusalem synagogue earlier in the week, a lawyer said.
The move drew criticism from senior government officials, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The Colorado relatives of Rabbi slain in the Jerusalem synagogue attack say he was a "gentle man" who was there that day to help someone. KUSA's Steve Staeger reports.
Shareef al-Namla, 3, practiced walking on his prosthetic leg in Gaza City.
With the cycle of violence that swept through a Jerusalem synagogue Tuesday looking certain to continue, nobody seems sure how to stop its momentum.
Worshippers returned to west Jerusalem synagogue where four worshippers were killed just a day before in horrific attack.
Meanwhile, Israeli security forces demolished the home of the Palestinian who killed two people in October.
Israeli authorities demolished Jerusalem home of Abdel Rahman al-Shaludi, who drove his car into a Jerusalem train station in October, killing two.
Funerals were held before sundown for the four Rabbis killed Tuesday morning by two Palestinians at a Jerusalem synagogue.
Two Palestinians opened fire in a Jerusalem synagogue and used knives and axes to attack Jews praying inside. Four rabbis were killed.
Three of the rabbis killed in Tuesday morning's synagogue attack held dual U.S. citizenship, while the fourth was a British national, officials said.
Speaking in London, Secretary of State condemned Jerusalem synagogue attack and called on Palestinian leadership to 'end incitement'.
Police exchange fire with two Palestinians who had stormed a Jerusalem synagogue and killed at least four people before being shot dead themselves.
Tensions are mounting in Israel after two Palestinian men stormed a synagogue in Jerusalem and killed four worshipers, including three American rabbis.
The driver, 32-year-old Youssef al-Ramouni, was found dead at the start of the route he was supposed to have driven late on Sunday.
Israel will refuse to cooperate with a United Nations investigation into this year’s Gaza war, its foreign ministry said.
Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfield said an investigation is underway into the incident in the West Bank village of Al Mghreir.
After a brief period of calm following this summer's war in Gaza, Israeli-Palestinian tensions have boiled over again.
Three Israeli civilians were stabbed in the West Bank Monday, hours after an Israeli soldier was knifed several times in Tel Aviv.
Prominent jihadis in Gaza distributed a list containing personal details of six members of the Israeli parliament and urged operatives to "ram them."
An Israeli man injured when a Palestinian rammed his car into pedestrians died of his injuries on Friday, taking to death toll to three.
Eight people were injured, and the driver later died, after authorities believe a vehicle purposely veered into a group of pedestrians in Jerusalem, in what they say was a deliberate terror attack.
Hamas said the attack was meant to protect the Temple Mount, Jerusalem's most sensitive and sacred site.
A bullet fired during last week’s clashes in East Jerusalem put an end to a 13-year-old's ambitions.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved the move for 500 more housing units in East Jerusalem over the objections of Washington.
Israel's cabinet has approved a change to its criminal code allowing prison sentences of up to 20 years for people who throw rocks at vehicles.
NBC News gets a rare glimpse inside Silwan, the Jewish settler community at the heart of recent Jerusalem unrest and ongoing Mideast tensions.
Muslims prayed on a rainy street in the Old City Friday as Israeli authorities continued to restrict access to the Al Aqsa mosque.
Israel’s foreign minister hit out at Sweden for recognizing Palestine, saying the Mideast was “more complicated than self-assembly furniture at IKEA.”
Jerusalem was on high alert after the attempted assassination of an Israeli activist followed by the fatal shooting of the Palestinian suspect.
Some 24,000 civil servants hired by Hamas, many of whom have not received a full salary in almost a year, received a long-awaited payment Wednesday.
The Obama administration said there was no crisis in relations with Israel despite reports an official called Benjamin Netanyahu a "chickenshit."
Malala Yousafzai is donating $50,000 to help rebuild U.N. schools damaged during the recent conflict in Gaza.
The Obama Administration on Wednesday condemned Israel's announcement that it was constructing 2,500 controversial new housing units.
At least 15 people were also wounded in the attacks carried out in Kabul on Wednesday, government officials said.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas blasts Israel during his speech before the UN General Assembly, accusing it of racist views and actions to try and control the Palestinian people.
On the first day of school in Gaza City, children in uniforms flooded the streets.
It's a busy week in Mideast diplomacy, book-ended by Israel-Hamas talks about a border deal for Gaza and the Palestinian president's U.N. speech.
The war in Gaza left up to 4 million tons of rubble that cannot be removed without around $30 million in aid, an environmental group says.
The U.N. said in a statement: "All the 45 peacekeepers are in good condition and will proceed back to Camp Foar for medical assessment."
Israel's military spokeswoman said the man was shot and killed while trying to throw an explosive device at soldiers.
In a country like Syria, monuments that have stood for millennia can be counted among the casualties of war — and locals are working to save them.
"We urge the government of Israel to reverse this decision,” a State Department official said in Washington,
Critics say President Obama should come up with a strategy to combat ISIS and do it quickly.
Militant groups have long targeted Minneapolis for recruiting, seeking angry and disillusioned young men. Now, they’ve expanded their search to include women.
All of the Filipino peacekeepers safely escaped after being surrounded by Syrian rebels in the Golan Heights, the Philippine military said Sunday.
U.N. officials said the other Filipino peacekeepers remained trapped by the militants.
Syrian rebels holding dozens of Fijian U.N. peacekeepers hostage attacked Filipino troops in the Golan Heights on Saturday, Philippine officials said.
The U.N. said it had been reassured that the Fijian peacekeepers were detained for their own safety as fighting intensified in Syria.
Israeli couple Noga and Moshiko Siho, have their wedding photo taken in an army staging area on the Israeli Gaza border, near Kibbutz Yad Mordechai, Israel, on Wednesday.
A cease-fire has been declared in the seven-week-old conflict in Gaza.
The Israeli prime minister reportedly did not give members of his security cabinet the opportunity to vote on the Gaza cease-fire proposal.
Israel and the Palestinians agreed to end fightign in Gaza on Tuesday pending further talks - and here are some of the broad terms of the agreement.
An open-ended cease-fire between Israel and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip was holding Wednesday, as both sides weighed an interim deal.
Saying he can't discuss intelligence matters, Rear Admiral John Kirby had no comment on either the White House's authorization of surveillance missions over Syria or if the missions were even taking place.