Why was an Israeli Arab teen repairing Israel's border fence in the first place? Far from the public eye and from politicians' hearts, Arab youths are falling between the cracks.
Internal army investigation of recent West Bank incidents shows that soldiers who shot Palestinians were not at risk, and could have avoided opening fire in some cases.
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Over 3,000 Jews frequented the holy site during October holiday period, including a group of soldiers; though Palestinian social media is ablaze, no altercations have been reported.
Man suspected of stabbing 37-year-old sister arrested after police chase; on Sunday, a 44-year-old woman was found dead in a car, police suspect husband.
The 22-percent rise over last year reflects record number of Israelis ignoring government warnings, burgeoning number of Jewish Israelis visiting Egyptian peninsula.
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The former defense minister sent the press scrambling for clues after saying vaguely that Netanyahu left Israel with 'an extremely troubling vulnerability to a key security challenge.' A hint as to what that might have been can be found in Dennis Ross' last book.
Robots with one motor hadn't been thought capable of moving anywhere but straight, until Ben-Gurion University invented a simulated cockroach.
Aged 92, Avraham Yachin is assisting in the revival of a dilapidated square in the center of the capital by creating giant puppets.
Monitor, civil defense official report strikes on rebel-held areas; Moscow says Russian planes haven't bombed Aleppo since Tuesday, when Moscow suspended strikes ahead of a temporary truce.
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Pitango invests in U.S. company Foursquare | PointGrab gets $7m from Philips, Mitsubishi | Medallia of U.S. buys customer-feedback startup Kampyle.