Nestle's Israeli arm plans to hand over sales to beverage company after losing four-year battle for market share against its archrival Fuze Tea.
Former chief negotiator Nabil Sha'ath says Palestinians must give up their 'peace dreams' and acknowledge that the negotiating process is dead.
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A new study examined Facebook during the 2014 Gaza war and found that users became very quick to push the ‘Unfriend’ button. Blame social media for demanding that we present our complete selves to the world.
Rami Gudovitch watched hundreds of refugee kids ripped away from the only home they knew - Israel - as they were deported to war-torn South Sudan in 2012. He has since dedicated his life to rescuing those he could from jails and battlegrounds and providing them with education in Uganda.
Trump and running mate Pence set to address private event organized by Republicans Overseas Israel. Their message will be 'in line with what Trump showed in Gettysburg,' organizer promises.
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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.
A computer simulated insect developed at Ben-Gurion University deviated from the straight and narrow and that led to a technology breakthrough.
Aged 92, Avraham Yachin is assisting in the revival of a dilapidated square in the center of the capital by creating giant puppets.
Palestinian foodies are tired of letting global awareness of the local cuisine be dominated by Israeli chefs. They are returning maqluba to the center of the table and don’t hesitate to dip into history and politics of the conflict when necessary.
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The advanced technology is based on new theories which have shaken up conventional wisdom about what happens when light passes through a semi-opaque surface - like skin. If nothing else, new tech would be a hit among peeping toms, Dr. Ori Katz jokes.