The European Court of Justice finds that the lower court's 2014 ruling was based on media reports, not legal reasoning, and refers the case back
Israel never denied knowing the UNRWA schools it struck three years ago were civilian shelters. I know they knew, because I compiled the lists of emergency shelters sent to them
Islamic leaders stress need for open communication and redoubled efforts to build trust and understanding to stem killings and violence on both the Israeli and Palestinian sides
The president's rivals say his frantic diplomatic activity is aimed at distracting attention from his real goal – loosening the country's labor laws
A severe electricity shortage in Gaza leaves residents with as little as four hours of power a day in the sweltering summer heat. Who gets electricity and when?
Two wines that had been withdrawn from shelves in Ontario have been given the green light to receive 'Made in Israel' label under Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement
Not one woman has sat on the Communist party's highest body, despite China's constitutional commitments to gender equality