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Four rabbis - including three Americans - and a policeman were killed in a terror attack at a synagogue in Jerusalem.
Kerry: Jerusalem attacks an 'atrocity'
Secretary of State John Kerry calls on leaders to "lead their people" to peaceful actions after the Jerusalem attack.
After a rash of violence in Jerusalem, clashes continue between Palestinians and Israeli police. Nic Robertson reports.
Israeli police are investigating a possible connection between back-to-back attacks in Jerusalem. Erin McLaughlin reports.
Are Jerusalem attacks part of new tactics
Wolf Blitzer speaks to Israel Police Spokesman Micky Rosenfeld about the uptick in attacks on civilians in Jerusalem.
State Dept. deputy spokesperson, Marie Harf, responds to a report that says U.S. may start treating foreign Ebola patients.
After five Israeli soldiers were killed by Hamas militants emerging from a tunnel, Wolf Blitzer takes you inside the alleged underground network that the Israeli Defense Force says was built by Hamas to enter Israel.
Israeli defense minister Moshe Ya'alon has apologized after offensive comments where he called U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry "messianic" and incapable of teaching Israelis anything. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
He has produced some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters and most acclaimed films, but Arnon Milchan's double life as a spy is the stuff movies are made of. CNN's Nischelle Turner reports.
As negotiations between Iran and the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council plus Germany continue, the President's National Security Adviser Susan Rice tells Wolf Blitzer that the deal on the table is "a good one." Specifically, she says, it will roll back the Iranian nuclear program in key respects over a six-month period while increasing the transparency surrounding the program so that the Iranians "can't sneak out or break out." And while some question easing sanctions on Tehran, Rice says the "sanctions architecture" will remain in place so that the relief will be "limited, modest, temporary, and reversible" - less than $10 billion in total.
A heckler interrupted President Barack Obama's speech in Jerusalem Thursday, calling for the release of Jonathan Pollard, a former U.S. intelligence analyst convicted of spying for Israel. Pollard has served nearly 3 decades in a U.S. prison. CNN's Wolf Blitzer reports on the Jonathan Pollard case and the shadow it casts on US-Israeli ties.
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In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, Israeli government spokesperson Mark Regev discusses the status of the cease-fire.