Parents of Capt. Omri Shahar, who was killed in a car accident in 2012, will be able to implant his sperm in surrogate mother after precedent setting ruling.
Following several years of steady, even rapid growth, immigration to Israel is down. The most pronounced downturn? In immigration from France and Ukraine.
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Testifying on behalf of so-called Hebron shooter, former Gaza division commander describes him as 'cool-headed' and 'reasonable' in his behavior.
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The air force was practicing flying over mountainous terrain – the kind of exercise it used to do in Turkey.
Four experts at the Technion devise a step toward production of a quantum computer, in research recently published in the prestigious journal, Science.
Sixteen years on, American Jewish historian Deborah Lipstadt’s defeat in court of Holocaust denier David Irving remains sadly relevant, as the new movie ‘Denial’ shows.
U.S. says attack proves that Assad and Russian, regional allies abandoned an international peace process to pursue victory on the battlefield.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.
Through shady registration and other loopholes, Israeli companies are evading regulations in a fast-growing industry that victims feel amounts to high risk gambling with even higher stakes.