Over the weekend, Munich coach Thomas Tuchel told the former Maccabi Tel Aviv player that he had high expectations of him
'We are expected to say goodbye and wish Daniel Peretz, our goalkeeper and dear friend, a successful journey,' says Tel Aviv soccer club owner Mitchell Goldhar
The Israeli soccer star, who holds a German passport, will have his first medical tests in Germany at the end of the week after signing with Bayern Munich
The eight-member international commission of experts – most based in Israel and Germany – will examine what happened before, during, and after the massacre
German interior minister stresses Germany’s 'commitment to a thorough reappraisal of what happened'
The deep understanding between Israel and Germany flourished especially during the long reign of Angela Merkel
'Russian forces have pursued a widespread and systemic attack against a civilian population — gruesome acts of murder, torture, rape, and deportation'
'We need speed – speed of our agreements, speed of our delivery… speed of decisions to limit Russian potential'
'Everything the Olympics stand for was shattered 50 years ago with the horrific attack on the Israeli team'
The Palestinian lived in West Berlin and worked for the Palestine Liberation Organization in East Berlin
Herzog urged nations 'to work firmly and assertively against Iran and its plans to develop nuclear weapons'
'I ask you for forgiveness for the lack of protection of the Israeli athletes... lack of clarification'
'She said 'terror' and I knew something was wrong,' Olympic athlete Shlomit Nir Tor says
Monday's ceremony to take place at Fuerstenfeldbruck air base, where hostage-taking reached climax
On Wednesday, Germany agreed to raise its compensation offer, promising $28 million to the victims' families
'Every visit to Germany carries with it tremendous personal weight. We shall discuss the past and the future'
Germany's new compensation offer to the victims' families will amount to $28 million
Assaf Stolarz will run for 11 days, each day dedicated to one of the Israeli athletes murdered in 1972
'We arrived full of humility at the Championships, a single medal would have been enough to make them happy'
Relatives of 11 athletes who were killed during the 1972 Munich Olympics refused to attend memorial events
In Germany, the Hitler salute or the wearing of Nazi signs such as the swastika are punishable by law
Israel’s Prime Minister Lapid condemned Abbas’ statement as a ‘monstrous lie’
The victory by a marathon team has a special emotional resonance in Israel
Families demand opening of archives, public apology, higher compensation