On his Europe trip, the prime minister criticized the Trump administration amid its weakness in Congress. Now he hopes Israel's corruption investigators will be deterred by his tough talk
The U.S. Treasury Department finds that the oil company did not voluntarily self-disclose its violation; the current U.S. secretary of state was CEO at the time
Anti-Defamation League accuses Jewish Voice for Peace of veering 'uncomfortably close to age-old anti-Semitic canards' with new 'End the #Deadly Exchange' campaign targeting U.S.-Israeli security cooperation
Russian-Israeli blogger Alexander Lapshin was charged with illegally crossing the border but was acquitted of 'public calls against the state'
Tsunami warning issued ■ Rising sea levels and parts of tourist strip flooded on island of Kos ■ Power outages affecting parts of Turkish province of Mugla
Two wines that had been withdrawn from shelves in Ontario have been given the green light to receive 'Made in Israel' label under Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement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