Deputy State Department spokesperson Mark Toner says the U.S. opposes any expansion of settlement activity and considers this step to erode peace efforts.
Pollard's plans to argue that the parole requirements are arbitrary and Pollard poses no security risk, since he has not had access to classified government information for more than three decades.
Settler establishment says reduction is proof that the so-called “price tag” phenomenon is nothing but the product of a few dozen isolated youths on the fringes of society.
Average July occupancy at 68% is just 3 percentage points below 2013 levels.
Most of his ministry activities have dealt with the broadcasting sector.
Government could save 250m shekels with a proper employment program for prisoners, say experts.
As the Israeli army has managed to prevent stabbing attacks, lone-wolf assailants have set their sights on much more lethal and increasingly accessible homemade guns. In Gaza, tensions with Hamas are subsiding.
With assistance from U.S.-led coalition, Turkish warplanes pound ISIS targets for first time since November as forces fire artillery into Syrian border town of Jarablus.
News of Eurocom’s talks to sell Space-Comm sends satellite company’s share price up 9.4% | Gazit-Globe reports slump in Q2 profits | U.S. lawmakers press Mylan on price of EpiPen
Beak makeover at Ramat Gan Safari Park saves giant bird starving to death after it suffered a blow to the mouth.
The king in Jonathan Yalon’s book is a bit Gadhafi, a bit Erdogan, a bit Central Asian tyrant. In other words, he’s not all bad.
These bars take pride in the unconventional, like exceptional food served alongside vast ranges of beer.