The Obama administration is sending a message to the Israelis not to attack Iran's nuclear sites. Not yet at least. US officials are thought to be trying to persuade Israel to give economic sanctions against Iran more time.
The victims of the killings at the Jewish school in Toulouse, France were laid to rest at the main cemetery in Jerusalem on Wednesday. At least 2,000 people turned out for the funeral. The World's Matthew Bell was there.
The Israeli Supreme Court has ruled that the deal between the government and settlers at Migron is null and void; settlers have to leave by summer. We'll look at another settlement evacuated by a court order.
Israel's defense minister Ehud Barak made a rare public disclosure on Wednesday but he didn't go into specifics. Barak said Israelis are engaged in a campaign of cyber-warfare that is both defensive and offensive.
An Israeli government panel has recommended that most ultra-Orthodox men be required to join the army. Should the recommendation become law, those dodging the draft on religious grounds would be penalized.
It's Israel's first commuter light rail and it was designed to give Jerusalem's public transportation a much needed upgrade. But it charges right through the city's sensitive geopolitics - and it's upsetting locals for all kinds of reasons.