Israel also likely to announce in the coming days the end of its crisis with New Zealand and the return of its ambassador to Wellington, official says
Netanyahu takes off for west Africa, expected to sign agriculture development deal, anti-terror cooperation
Maybe a lot, says Prof. Svante Pääbo, father of paleogenetics and Dan David laureate, who also explains what ‘You have 2% Neanderthal DNA’ actually means
Security forces bolster presence on Djerba island with more than 3,000 Jews expected to arrive for the annual pilgrimage
The April 2014 abduction by Boko Haram brought the extremist group's rampage in northern Nigeria to world attention
The petitioners say Israelis might be guilty of war crimes for selling rifles to the East African country during its civil war
Sapir Capital is reportedly in talks over stake worth more than $100 million in state owned mining investment arm Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines Investment Holdings
'How will I go back to Ethiopia?' asks mother, an Ethiopian citizen who suffered violence at the hands of her Israeli husband and divorced him.
Interview Rwandan Leader Hails Friendship With Israel, Rails Against His Country’s 'So-called Human Rights Issue'
At the AIPAC conference, Paul Kagame tells Haaretz about his affinity for Israel − another country that rose from a genocide. But the man who has won the right to rule until 2034 prefers to talk about business cooperation and fighting terrorism.
Most of those freed in the operation - that also killed over 60 militants - are women, children and elderly people, a local official says.