By age 25, Olive Yang commanded hundreds of soldiers guarding caravans of raw opium; in her 60s, she was recruited by the Burmese government to help negotiate peace agreements
Five people have been hospitalized, two in serious conditions
Although State Department's latest report uses similar wording on Israel-Palestine conflict to previous year's report, ZOA President Mort Klein says he didn't expect anti-Israel reports from new administration
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
Contingent includes guard wounded in Sunday night's attack ■ Evacuation made possible after call between Netanyahu, Jordan's king ■ All diplomats 'in good health'
Two wines that had been withdrawn from shelves in Ontario have been given the green light to receive 'Made in Israel' label under Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement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