'There’s a unique place of pique for the Israelis in certain places in the administration' hovering over negotiations, expert tells New York Times.
The government wants to bring foreign building companies to Israel to introduce better technology and speed construction; Turkey’s Yilmazlar has been doing that for 20 years.
Lawmaker Tzachi Hanegbi will soon be named as a minister without portfolio as fellow Likud party members vy to replace his current role as coalition chairman.
Police admitted they had orders to prevent the demonstration in support of draft evaders, citing the event's proximity to Memorial Day.
A seaside umbrella and chair will no longer cost all your change, after a court decision against private vendors lets the city rent out the equipment for as little as $1.60 apiece.
Sirens sound in Eshkol Regional Council, but no explosions occurred within Israeli territory or inside Gaza.
The outgoing head of the IDF's computers and communications branch outlines the army's approach to cyber warfare and dealing with Hamas and Hezbollah in future confrontations.
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Among the younger generation, the feeling of partnership and cooperation based on a shared secular national identity is disappearing, a recent study shows.
The device, which Sirin Labs calls the most advanced smartphone ever made, will be unveiled next month in London.
Survey and mapping project by the Israel Nature and Parks Authority was conducted to find out whether Israel meets the standards of the international treaty on protection of biodiversity.
Something about ‘An’ is sympathetic, even intriguing, mainly because of the sense that it emerges from the subtlety, restraint and toughness of the Japanese soul