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The Palestinian Education Ministry says books in math and science are still awaiting Israeli approval, meaning half a million students in the Gaza Strip will start the school year without them.
The trial of Elor Azaria, the soldier accused of killing a wounded Palestinian assailant in Hebron, shifts into high gear with four hearings scheduled this week and another seven for next month.
It is not clear why the IDF authorities were unaware of the woman’s condition, since she had been due to enlist years ago.
Claiming to be the most pup-friendly city in the world, Tel Aviv's festival coincided with Dog Day celebrations around the world.
Environmental group warns that ‘draconian’ legislation would create severe noise pollution for many Israelis.
Construction work at Tel Aviv interchange raises ire of ultra-Orthodox lawmakers, who say they have been 'deceived' over the nature of the work, which they claim was a violation of religious status-quo.
The suspect, who has not been identified, is accused of 'infiltrating' the negotiating team.
Even though the majority of youngsters on resort holidays are too young to legally consume alcohol, that doesn’t stop tour company representatives selling them party packages. ‘Kids are subjected to extortion and pressure’ warns one concerned parent.
Israel Electric Corp worker found unexpected correlations between swarms of nomadica jellyfish, the temperature of the sea - and the phase of the moon.
Roei Freilich has created a loud mishmash of disco and guitars; young singer Aveva’s debut single is groovy; and Joca Perpignan has made an appealing version of ‘My Little Sister.’
The food at these restaurants is influenced by the surrounding markets, ethnicities and cultures – all of which make up Israel’s unique capital.