U.S. officials believe that an Israeli attack on Iran's nuclear facilities will draw U.S. military action and leave hundreds of American soldiers dead, the New York Times said.
Responding to an Israeli couple's online call for peace between Israel and Iran, which are exchanging war threats over Tehran's alleged clandestine nuclear weapons program, Iranians have started posting messages reciprocating the love.
Other than that, there are few surprises.
French police officials are now confirming that the same weapon and same scooter were used in all three attacks.
Three children and an adult were killed when a gunman opened fire on a Jewish school in the French city of Toulouse on Monday, said reports.
An online call for peace between Israel and Iran is gaining support among the citizens of both the countries which are busy exchanging war threats over Tehran's alleged clandestine nuclear weapons program.
John Demjanjuk, a former Ford autoworker and convicted Nazi, died Saturday in the Bavarian town of Bad Feilnbach at the age of 91. Demjanjuk, who was a guard at the Sobibor Nazi death camp in Poland during World War II, was sentenced to five years in jail in 2011.
The Indian police have linked the attack on the Israeli diplomat's wife in New Delhi last month to a failed bomb attack in Bangkok, allegedly by a group of Iranian men.
India has issued arrest warrants for three Iranians who have been connected to an attack on Israeli envoys in New Delhi last month.
Israel's foreign minister said Friday in Beijing that his country hopes to resolve a nuclear standoff with Iran through diplomatic means. China has close ties to both Israel and Iran.
Samantha Koenig Missing in Anchorage: Israel Keyes Arrested As Suspect, Search for Alaska Teen Continues
Samantha Koenig, the teen barista from Alaska who was allegedly kidnapped, is still missing but authorities arrested a suspect named Israel Keyes, a man who owns a construction company in Anchorage, this week.
Ali Akbar Javanfekr, who serves as Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's press adviser, also warned that in the event that Israel attacks Iran, a counter-strike by the Islamic Republic would include not only Israel, but also U.S. targets.
Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO), the No. 1 provider of Internet gear, said it plans to acquire NDS of the UK in a move to bolster its growing presence in media communications.
Addressing the Knesset in a special session regarding the recent conflict between Israel and the Palestinian militants of Gaza, Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu said his country has the right to defend itself against all threats.
Greg Smith, a.k.a. the modern-day Jerry Maguire, quit his job on Wednesday. This wouldn't be news if Smith weren't an executive director for Goldman Sachs, and nobody would have batted an eyelash if didn't publicly blast his company in a New York Times op-ed. But he was. And he did.
Ironically, the arrests came just one day after a visit to Iran by the Azeri defense minister.
GE Healthcare, the healthcare division of General Electric, and Intel Corp said on Wednesday they have established a laboratory in Israel to jointly test new technologies.
Egyptian efforts in negotiating a ceasefire agreement between the fighting Israel and Gaza militants have finally started to pay off.
The multi-billion dollar Iron Dome missile defense system managed to intercept a significant portion of short-range rockets fired into Israel, restraining public opinion and buying Israel's leaders time to effect a climbdown.
The last Israeli airstrike occurred on Monday after which a small salvo of around six rockets was fired from Gaza across the border into Israel.
Israel and Palestine militants agreed to a cease-fire ending four days of clashes that killed at least 24 Palestinians. There were no Israeli deaths, but the lives of 1 million residents of southern Israel were disrupted by warnings of rocket attacks from Gaza.
Israel and militant Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip have agreed to an Egyptian-mediated truce to end four days of cross-border violence in which 25 Palestinians have been killed, a senior Egyptian security official said early Tuesday.
Top-tier technology companies including Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ), IBM (NYSE: IBM), Intel (Nasdaq: INTC), Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM) and Applied Materials (Nasdaq: AMAT), among others, all buy back shares. Qualcomm and Applied Materials have just refreshed their buyback programs and hiked their dividends, too.
The latest strike comes after four days of attacks that began Friday when an Israeli strike killed two suspected militants accused of planning a cross-border attack via Egypt.
Israel claimed it launched the attack to retaliate for prior rocket launches onto its territory by militants in Gaza.
While Egypt is seeking to negotiate an agreement between Israel and Gaza militants, Hamas warned on Sunday that Israel needs to hold its fire first for peace to return.