US reportedly sending 3,000 more army troops to Middle East
US President Donald Trump continues to justify his order to kill the commander of Iran's Quds Force, General Qasem Soleimani, saying the assassination was in the interest of American safety.
Netanyahu cuts short Washington trip amid Gaza tension
Tensions have risen dramatically since a rocket fired on Monday morning from Gaza destroyed a house in central Israel, leaving seven people wounded.
Israel’s Netanyahu fighting for political survival
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust.
Buenos Aires back to normal following G20 Summit mass riot
The Argentinian capital city hosted the two-day G20 Summit where leaders deliberated on crucial issues like climate change, world trade and tax reform.
Buenos Aires on lockdown as world leaders gather for G20 summit
South Africa is one of 19 countries represented that, together with the European Union, account for 80% of the world's trade.
Shashi Naidoo to arrive back in SA after being barred from Israel
The popular model and actress was interrogated at the Israel-Jordan border and refused entry after already being warned by Israel before she left South Africa that she would not be allowed to enter.
Shashi Naidoo denied entry into Israel
She is currently in Jordan from where she was supposed to cross over into Israel. Lobby group BDS has condemned Israel’s decision to bar Naidoo from entry.
Tutu ‘heartbroken & distressed’ over deadly Gaza attack
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu says he’s praying for God to open the eyes and hearts of all citizens of the holy land.
Palestinian govt calls for day of national mourning following Gaza deaths
Fifty-nine Palestinian protesters, including seven children under the age of 18, were killed yesterday by the Israeli army, according to the Palestinian health ministry.
President Abbas’ fierce condemnation of US Embassy opening in Jerusalem
President Abbas says the opening of the embassy will create incitement and instability in the region and he's ruled out Washington as being a mediator for Middle East peace.
Palestinians continue to demonstrate on Israel-Gaza border
Numbers are down from last week but there are still huge plumes of smoke overhead from the burning of tyres.
Tensions heightened along Israel-Gaza border as conflict continues
Israeli tanks on Sunday fired shells at three suspects near the northern part of the border fence after soldiers say they spotted them trying to illegally cross into Israel.
Victims of Israel-Gaza violence to be laid to rest
Among the victims was a video journalist and two teenage boys aged 16 and 17.
Thousands gather to bury filmmaker killed while covering Israel-Gaza violence
A 31-year-old popular Gaza filmmaker, Yasser Murtaja, was shot in the lower abdomen by Israeli forces despite wearing a blue-and-white vest with the word “PRESS” emblazoned on the front.
[UPDATE] At least 8 killed in Israel-Gaza border violence
Thousands of Palestinian protestors are burning tyres and demanding Israel end its occupation. The Israeli side of the Israel-Gaza board has been declared a closed military zone.
Funerals of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces underway in Gaza
According to the Palestinian Health Ministry, 17 Palestinians were killed and more than 1,400 wounded in the ensuing violence between protestors and soldiers.
Netanyahu holds series of urgent consultations after Iranian drone intercepted
An Iranian drone fired from Syria was successfully intercepted by the Israeli army on Saturday morning.
Israel uncovers alleged Iranian-backed terror cell run from SA
An Israeli security agency has indicted three Palestinians from the West Bank on charges of espionage and terrorism after they confessed to accepting Iranian-assigned missions.