This morning Yedioth Ahronoth revealed Tehran holds nearly 5% of ThyssenKrupp. Haaretz looked into its financial reports and found Iran raked tens of millions of euros off company stocks. Senior official: Netanyahu didn't know.
Tehran says the men, charged with collecting information for a terrorist act, are lawyers who were in Kenya to council jailed Iranian clients, also imprisoned on terror charges.
Iran Foreign Investment Company holds 4.5 percent of shares in ThyssenKrupp, the company at heart of affair over alleged conflict of interests by Prime Minister Netanyahu.
Two men, allegedly in possession of video footage of the embassy, arrested in a diplomatic car after visiting Iranians imprisoned on terrorism charges.
UNESCO sites, desert treks, ski and shopping jaunts – these are among the attractions drawing millions each year to Iran. Still, all is not smooth sailing.
The IAF says the pricey fighter jet sends a message to Israel's neighbors, reinforces Israel’s advantage and contributes to its deterrence.
The past eight years have been an aberration, as far as U.S.-Israel ties are concerned. Hopefully they will now get back on track.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi voices support for Israeli policy toward Tehran and speaks against boycott threats to Israel, during the Israeli president's current visit to the Asian subcontinent.
Thousands of Iranians chanted 'Death to America' and 'Death to Israel,' while they burned U.S. and Israeli flags in celebration of the storming of U.S. Embassy in 1979.
James Cartwright was questioned over malicious computer software program 'Stuxnet,' designed to disrupt Iran's nuclear program and allegedly co-developed by Israel.