More fall-out from the US President's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital: Police say a Palestinian has stabbed an Israeli security guard at Jerusalem's main bus station. In Lebanon, security forces fired tear gas at demonstrators.
The West Bank has experienced some of the worst violence in years this week. The upheaval is putting pressure on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government, which relies on right-wing and pro-settler parties.
A proposed law in Israel is designed to cut funding for cultural projects that are critical of the government. But while culture minister Miri Regev is still demanding "loyalty" from artists, her bill is on ice for now.
Israeli PM Netanyahu’s upcoming visit to Germany comes at a politically turbulent time. Israel expert Peter Lintl sums up the divide between Europe and Israel: "Europeans have a hard time understanding Israelis."
Some 20,000 people took part in one of the the largest-ever gay pride marches in Jerusalem. The country's LGBT community demands the government scrap a recent law that bars gay men from surrogacy parenthood rights.
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