Israeli human rights group finds prisoners waiting years for medical exams to verify claims of mistreatment.
Researchers are seeking regulatory approval for a peptide that can kill bacteria – whether throughout a hospital or inside a milk carton.
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The 18 months Michal Waxman spent in the kitchen of the Safdi clan – one of whose members is the chef of Nazareth's famed Diana Restaurant – yielded 'Baladi,' cookbook of Arab cuisine.
Compromise achieved to resolve Women of the Wall dispute seems at risk, as the Orthodox establish facts on the ground at the Robinson's Arch, long a site where Reform and Conservative Jews held mixed gender prayers.
Netanyahu calls decision 'crushing response' to what he calls UN body’s attempt to deny Israel’s Jewish history.
Security & Aviation
Israel operates more than 100 unmanned aerial vehicles and exports drones around the world, including a deal to lease several such aircraft to Germany. But it consistently refuses to divulge details about missions carried out by its UAVs.
A computer simulated insect developed at Ben-Gurion University deviated from the straight and narrow and that led to a technology breakthrough.
'United States of Love' and 'Zoology' confront the themes of repressed desire and lack of compassion.
Truce will be observed until Saturday to allow for evacuations; Britain accuses Russia and Syria of using time to 'further stranglehold' over city.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.
Imperva shares drop on report that selling process has stalled; Most global rights to Pango Plus parking app sold to Spanish company; Tel Aviv shares end mixed in dull trading.