Jerusalem Post

  1. Foreign governments continue to pursue inconsistent policies towards Lebanese leaders, thanks to Hezbollah's participation in the country's government.

  2. Jordan said that Israel had apologized for the July incident in which two Jordanians were killed at the Israeli Embassy compound in Amman.

  3. The bank reportedly received a subpoena from Mueller last year and has been cooperating with the investigation.

  4. The account of Dr. Dore Gold, president of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and former director-general of the Foreign Ministry, was hacked, and restored, on Saturday night.

  5. "The neo-Nazi threat is growing," Guterres told the audience, which included Holocaust survivors. "Some still seek to deny or diminish the fact of the Holocaust."