Even if Jerusalem's apology doesn't lead to better relations with Turkey, "everyone" will know Israel exerted extra effort, says a senior government official.
Israel's prime minister and defense minister distanced themselves from a top Israeli official who called the rule in Egypt a "terrible dictatorship."
Sudan claims Israel was behind explosions that ripped apart a munitions factory outside Khartoum.
An Iranian-made drone dispatched by Hezbollah transmitted images of Israeli military bases and possibly the Dimona nuclear plant, The Sunday Times says.
The Palestinian Authority has asked Israel to amend the Paris Protocol that stipulates economic ties between the two sides, a Palestinian minister said.
Security cooperation between Israel and Egypt will not likely be harmed by top-level military changes in Cairo, Israeli sources told Maariv.
Fresh fighting between Egyptian police and gunmen erupted in the Sinai town of el-Arish, a day after 20 militants were killed, officials said.
Israeli, British and other security authorities are working to minimize chances of a terror attack at the London Olympics, Israel's defense minister says.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said he may renew efforts for U.N. recognition of a Palestinian state if Israel doesn't accept his peace-talk conditions.
Israel is concerned that its peace treaty with Egypt could be in peril as the Muslim Brotherhood plans to put a candidate in Egypt's presidential elections.