This morning Yedioth Ahronoth revealed Tehran holds nearly 5% of ThyssenKrupp. Haaretz looked into its financial reports and found Iran raked tens of millions of euros off company stocks. Senior official: Netanyahu didn't know.
The state refuses to recognize them and they have been victims of harassment. But Jehovah's Witnesses insist that they lead normal lives and are not a dangerous cult.
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Chagit Moriah-Gibor defends publication of claims against Habayit Hayehudi lawmaker, saying that she discussed the matter with two MKs and a journalist beforehand.
The two, residents of a village in the Galilee, are accused of setting fire to dry leaves in a forest, causing a large blaze; Judge says that fire seems to have been a prank, not politically motivated.
Arrivals / Departures: A Polish non-Jew explains why he's getting a Ph.D. in Jewish studies; an Orthodox doctor from Canada talks about the importance of believing in yourself – and therapy.
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Israel reportedly attacked Hezbollah-bound arms convoys in Syria, under the watchful eye of Russia's advanced radar and air-defense missiles.
The Internet of Things is a jungle of unregulated devices, many of them without any security beyond maybe a password.
‘Tel Aviv Winter,’ a play that deals with relations between men and women, doesn’t coerce viewers into being amused. Instead, it allows them to float on the wings of imagination.
Washington's extension of the Iran Sanctions Act violates the 2015 nuclear deal, Iran says, as president-elect's transition team discusses new sanctions against Islamic Republic.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.
The days of the big tycoons and sweetheart deals for big companies are over. There’s too much regulation and too little control.