State says nobody has a right to sell the drafts on the open market for a profit, as this infringes on the state's right to keep an asset 'of deep symbolic significance' that belongs to the state and the public.
Netanyahu convenes security cabinet meetings after Kerry's visit, with information that Abbas is planning new efforts in international arena; several ministers argue that the PA's collapse could serve Israel's interest.
Despite the deep misgivings of the top military brass, the army may be compelled to launch a major operation ordered by a government under pressure.
Migdal leads with a stunning $86 million loss for the three months as investment portfolios sagged.
'After spending tens of millions of dollars of the investors' money, the way to receivership looked shorter than ever,' recalls Amimon's CEO.
On the eve of the Paris climate conference, Israeli researchers say the country has relative advantages in the industry it should continue to foster.
Two BBC series deal in a sensitive and entertaining way with the lives and loves of senior citizens.
Rehabilitated but disabled after migration injuries, the two imperial eagles and booted eagle are being sent to Liberec Zoo, hopefully to breed.