International NGO with operations in 90 countries is 'serving Palestinian propaganda,' Foreign Ministry says; governments never like what we publish, but they let us act, HRW official says.
Legislation would extend prohibtion that now applies only to Israelis, striking blow at an industry numbering 100 firms
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Structure was set up by a friend of the Border Police commander; police say permit was issued, but fee wasn't paid because of 'human error.'
Serious traffic disruptions are expected, as some 40,000 runners will take part in the city's races.
If there’s no proven solution for tunnels and an increasing number of rockets, Israelis might have to settle for another bleak draw after the next conflict.
Bees can be taught to 'kick' a ball into a goal, not a complex task they would find useful in nature, and they can teach it to naive bees, too.
A new show at the Israel Museum illustrates the extensive presence of Jesus in Jewish and Israeli art. But when it comes to explaining the attraction to this figure, the thrust of the exhibition is misguided.
Erbil gentlemen's club looks to improve the sense of style in Kurdish capital of war-torn country.
An Israeli southerner describes how she found inner peace; a Croatian shop owner describes being 'grabbed' by kabbala.
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