Der Spiegel article reveals that senior German officials are no longer willing to unconditionally support Israel on every matter, as they were ready to do in the past.
Orthodox Christians walk the Via Dolorosa to commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday.
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.
The decision meant that Berland, 78, wanted for sex crimes in Israel, would remain at Johannesburg Prison through Passover and until his extradition order is signed by the Minister of Justice.
Prime Minister's Office calls for direct talks, saying the Paris summit would distance the Palestinians from the negotiations table; U.S. says Kerry still undecided on attending the conference.
Two women attempt to stab soldiers at a checkpoint near the village of Beit Uhr Eh Tahta, near Highway 443, IDF says.
Savorai helped blow up a bridge on the “Night of the Bridges” and was a rifleman in the War of Independence. In 1953, she and Har-Zion were the first Israelis to see Jordan’s red-rock city.
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The results suggest Iran's next parliament will be more supportive of President Rohani's drive for economic reforms, but conservatives will remain a powerful force.
The device, which Sirin Labs calls the most advanced smartphone ever made, will be unveiled next month in London.
More than 150 frogs and tadpoles of elusive species have been found, after scientists realize they have been searching in the wrong place all along.
The greatness of the late Israeli actor stems from the fact that her own unique persona informed the credibility of all the characters she played.