Olivier Roy, one of France’s top experts on Islamic terrorism, tells Haaretz how assailants like Salman Abedi in Manchester turn into 'new radicals' who crave death
State news agency reports Kim Jong Un ordered the system's mass production and deployment
Company tax of 15 percent would create a more attractive base for Israeli startups
Estonia, an EU and NATO member has not provided any further details of the move, which Russia has called 'unfriendly and groundless'
Israel has arrested hundreds of Palestinians since the lone-wolf intifada began in September 2015, partly by analyzing social media posts. Authorities say these arrests are legitimate, but others see it as a grave violation of human rights
Denial runs deep. Five decades on, it's still the one word you mustn’t mention in polite Diaspora Jewish society
'We have two submarines – the best in the world,' U.S. president tells controversial leader whose drug crackdown has cost nearly 9,000 lives