Illegal use of poisons is proliferating against predators in the south that are increasingly killing Bedouin's sheep and goats.
Treasury plan would cancel quotas on imported fish, saying that move will lower fish prices.
Optimists hope that Hamas' participation in elections for the first time in ten years will pave the way for a new Palestinian government, but it’s still unclear how tolerant Fatah will be and whether Israel will intervene.
Prime minister says that he isn’t trying to take over the telecommunications market to sabotage the public broadcasting corporation.
Sgt. Elor Azaria, accused of killing a subdued Palestinian assailant in Hebron, says in his first court testimony that as he saw it, he 'saved lives.'
Soldier's testimony expected to have key role for defense, which claims he perceived real threat to his life from the prone Palestinian assailant.
Rabbi Yigal Levinstein has left no stone unturned in his attempts to open a new front against the military, but Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot seems to have won the latest bout.
'Reports of abuse including beatings and rape in detention are extremely alarming, especially given the scale of detentions that we have seen in the past week,' Amnesty International’s Europe director John Dalhuisen says.
The F-35 has been dubbed the most expensive plane in the world and the Israel Air Force has 33 on order. Yet no one is asking the big question about whether it’s worth the huge expense.
Private experts say Israel's methods are enough to provide often basic alerts regarding potential attackers, then require follow-up investigation.
The cast of 2017's 'Wonder Woman' discusses exploring the origins of the Amazonian warrior heroine played by Gadot and bringing a strong female lead to the male-dominated superhero movie world.
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