Soldiers receive posthumous promotion, two other troops wounded when Palestinian drives car into them outside a military observation point in northern West Bank
Defense Minister says PA leader plans to cut off all aid and payments to Gaza Strip, which is facing a humanitarian crisis
Company, which worked for Trump presidential campaign, reportedly stole information from 50 million Facebook users' profiles in tech giant's biggest-ever data breach
Social network says company, which worked for Trump presidential campaign, received information from 270,000 users from an app that purported to be a psychological research tool
Anti-racists protests also held against Austrian government, which includes far-right Freedom Party, amid crackdown on migrants
Minutes after conclusion of Sabbath, both PM and President Rivlin offer condolences to families of two soldiers killed, wish speedy recovery to two injured
Rubber-stamp legislature dominated by Communist Party also unanimously votes to expand his already considerable authority
Former security prisoner, 26, suspected of killing two soldiers and wounding two others; army prepares to demolish his home; father says he has no affiliation to any terror groups
Washington said hopeful that a new leadership would be more accommodating; Abbas has vowed to reject any deal, saying he won't end his life as a 'traitor'
Facing reports EU is considering new sanctions over non-nuclear activities, top security leader warns Tehran won't accept any 'new measure'
Police spokesman says Wataniya Mobile closed down for 'refusing to cooperate' with investigation into attempted assassination of PA prime minister
Iddo Netanyahu says investigators are 'looking under the floorboards' to find charges against PM, decries attempt 'to circumvent the will of the voters'
Military says no troops were near the explosive device when it blew up near the security fence