Israeli soldiers injured in car-ramming attack
A motorist has driven his car into a group of Israeli soldiers in a popular area in Jerusalem. Separately, a young Palestinian man was killed in clashes with Israeli troops on the West Bank.
Anti-Semitism: Israelis want action, not words
Dozens of world leaders gathered in Jerusalem to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. But amid rising anti-Semitism in Europe and the US, Israelis were hoping the event wouldn't just be symbolic.
Israeli museum explains the emojis of ancient Egypt
How does an academic explain the importance of ancient hieroglyphics to modern audiences glued to their phones? Through the cunning use of emojis. The Israel Museum in Jerusalem this week opened the "Emoglyphs" exhibition, comparing the pictograms of antiquity to those of today.
Santa Claus visits Jerusalem on camelback
Riding his camel, Santa Claus, a Palestinian with a red suit and a white beard, roams the streets of the Old City of Jerusalem, greeting people and wishing them a Merry Christmas.
Former Jerusalem Mayor says peace process has failed
Former Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat comments on Rep. Rashida Tlaib's criticism of Israel for barring her visit because of her support of a boycott. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Balance of Power."
Australia recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital
After reversing decades of Middle East policy, Australia will now wait to move its embassy to Jerusalem. Last year, the US unilaterally recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital, triggering violent unrest in the region.
Israel blames Palestinians for cancellation of Argentina soccer friendly
Israelis voiced disappointment while Palestinian soccer officials praised Argentina and its star Lionel Messi on Wednesday for calling off a friendly match against Israel that Israeli officials had planned to move to Jerusalem.
Summit or No Summit: North Korea angry over military drill
Peace in the Korean peninsula is threatened as North Korea threatens to pull out of the agreed summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un. This after North Korea expresses it's worry over US-South Korean military exercises. Also, Monday's US Embassy opening in Jerusalem sparked outrage as celebrations coincided with the deadliest clashes between Palestine and Israel since 2014.
US embassy move makes MidEast peace process 'mission impossible on steroids'
US Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the US decision to transfer its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem has turned the Middle East peace process into "mission impossible on steroids".