Poor response leads Energy Ministry to extend application deadline by two months, to July.
Turkish cabinet minister due in Israel next week in highest level visit in a decade.
A newly discovered document suggests that the Ottomans’ order to evacuate the city during World War I wasn’t an act of anti-Zionism.
Despite the political upheaval and suppression of intellectuals, the country's literary scene flourishes. A conversation with the courageous poet Efe Duyan.
Kemal Okem, the first ambassador to Israel in five years, presents his credentials President Reuven Rivlin.
As part of rapprochement deal between Turkey and Israel, court also cancels international arrest warrants against former top officers who were charged with murder for their involvement in Mavi Marmara raid.
Despite naysayers' predictions, Leviathan is already being developed, and there is already a first customer: Jordan.
The arrival of Eitan Na'eh marks another step in the improvement of relations that soured with the 2010 confrontation between Israeli commandos and a Turkish flotilla sailing for Gaza.
Turkey's president says safeguarding the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem should not be left to children armed with stones.
Despite recent normalization of ties between Israel and Turkey, defense minister says EU should take tougher stance with Turkish leader.