Think about Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds.' One crow doesn’t look especially scary, but thousands of crows attacking a specific target — that’s the stuff of horror movies.
Israel's military computer systems are well protected, but civilian infrastructures are still quite vulnerable to cyberstrikes.
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Though softer in wording than the initial resolution, Wednesday's vote will still omit any reference to the Temple Mount and the Western Wall in their Jewish context.
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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.
Artists from around the world ink the wounded to try and erase painful memories while drawing inspiration from the works at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
Air strikes follow Russia's three-day unilateral halt to hostilities in war-torn Syrian city, as Kremlin says calls for Assad's removal 'thoughtless.'
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If approved, the biggest deal in the world this year will give AT&T control of cable TV channels HBO and CNN, film studio Warner Bros, and others.