'48 mm: The International Festival on Nakba and Return' challenges the culture minister’s opinion about what can and cannot be screened.
Policy change to allow people who are HIV-positive to enlist and serve in a variety of positions, except combat, so long as they meet series of health-related criteria.
Some 2,500 Eritreans and Sudanese now jailed at Holot, which can hold 3,360, and hundreds more expected.
'Middle East peace talks may be all but dead, but Ayman Odeh still dreams of resolving world’s most intractable conflict,' magazine writes.
Most world leaders acknowledge that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is not a territorial dispute, prime minister says.
State-owned utility is committed to buying $800 million of natural gas it won’t need and is seeking ways to cover the cost.
Benefits have been criticized by officials in public mental health system, who say inequality is unjustified and wonder why same benefits aren’t granted all patients.
Dr. Karina Yaniv, a chemist and biologist conducting groundbreaking research in embryonic development, tackles the mother of all questions: When does life begin?