Matteo Renzi says he will summon his foreign minister to find out why Italy abstained from the vote on the resolution that disregarded the ties between Jews and Jerusalem.
Laws have been passed, employees are being hired, content is taking shape, a launch date for broadcasting has been scheduled – but the prime minister/communications minister is still fighting it.
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Netanyahu calls decision 'crushing response' to what he calls UN body’s attempt to deny Israel’s Jewish history.
School of Shine celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a fundraiser in Tel Aviv; Adeena Sivan to perform one-woman show about teaching.
Children, parents, grandmothers and grandfathers competed at the Lunada Children’s Museum in Be’er Sheva, before the final round in December. The game's inventor says that "Taki is the country’s darling."
Security & Aviation
If coordinated effectively, the move might save the lives of tens of thousands of civilians and create a new environment for a diplomatic solution.
A computer simulated insect developed at Ben-Gurion University deviated from the straight and narrow and that led to a technology breakthrough.
'United States of Love' and 'Zoology' confront the themes of repressed desire and lack of compassion.
Militants launch a major counter-attack as Iraqi and Kurdish forces intensify battle for Mosul, ISIS' last stronghold.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.
Imperva shares drop on report that selling process has stalled; Most global rights to Pango Plus parking app sold to Spanish company; Tel Aviv shares end mixed in dull trading.