Jewish worshippers wrapped in prayer shawls take part in a special priestly blessing during the Jewish holiday of Passover last month at the Western Wallin Jerusalem's Old City. Photograph: Baz Ratner/Reuters

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to consider liberalising access to Judaism's Western Wall, officials said today, citing concern t(...)

US secretary of state John Kerry (L) speaks during his meeting with Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem today. Photograph: Paul J Richards/Reuters

US s ecretary of state John Kerry said today he had agreed to work with Israeli and Palestinian leaders to boost economic growth in the occupie(...)

Israeli president Shimon Peres, US president Barack Obama, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu walk together prior to Mr Obama departing from Ben Gurion International Airport today, concluding his three day visit to Israel and the West Bank. Photograph: Lior Mizrahi/Getty Images

Israel i Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apologized to Turkish leader Recep Erdogan for the deaths of nine Turks on an aid flotilla to Gaza i(...)

President Barack Obama waves to the crowed at the end of his speech to Israeli students at the International Convention Center today. Photograph:  Uriel Sinai/Getty Images

MARK WEISS in Jerusalem US President Barack Obama has made an impassioned plea to the Israel i public to pressure their leaders to make p(...)

Students of Estella's school for bakery and pastry making, work on an image depicting U.S. President Barack Obama made out of chocolate in Givat Shmuel, central Israel, Monday, March 18, 2013. Obama's trip to Jerusalem and the West Bank will take place March 20-22, and it is the U.S. leader's first trip to the region as president, and his first overseas trip since being reelected. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)

Barack Obama will use his first trip to Israel as US president, and his first foreign excursion of his second presidential term, to reassure Israel(...)

Moshe Yaalon, an ex-general and vice premier from the right-wing Likud party, will be Israel's next defence minister. Photograph: Nir Elias/Reuters

Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu today chose Moshe Yaalon, an ex-general and vice premier from his right-wing Likud party, to be Israel's next(...)

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