Thousands of Palestinians are killed or wounded by such 'errors'
- Iraqi protester killed amid fresh clashes on Baghdad bridge (AP)
- Iran's top leader warns 'thugs' as protests reach 100 cities (AP
- Lionel Messi arrives in Israel despite rockets and boycott threats (AP)
- Iraqi police: Rocket hits Baghdad Green Zone, no casualties reported (Reuters)
- Iran's Khamenei backs gasoline price hike, blames 'sabotage' for unrest (Reuters)
Analysis This U.S. Company Turned No Profits in 24 Years. Why Are Israelis Automatically Invested in It?
Small, speculative foreign firms like Liveperson get into Israel’s main indexes — and funds automatically buy them
Dramatic political week kicks off as Kahol Lavan leader nears deadline to form coalition ■ Netanyahu: Arab party MKs want to destroy Israel ■ Gantz, Lieberman: Progress made in coalition talks
Louisiana's Democratic incumbent governor overtook a challenger who had Trump's personal seal of approval, pointing to a larger trend that should worry the GOP
The latest is an East Jerusalem resident who was shot while driving a stolen car, endangering cops and others on road, say police
Aline Cohen’s face is plastered across billboards, her cosmetics range sells in Israel’s biggest drugstore chains, and her mom and dad call her ‘Boss.’ Oh, and she’s achieved all of this at the age of 18 after overcoming a life-threatening injury
Rare discovery of the large animal found near the famed Step Pyramid south of Cairo
Cheap fares are due to low demand on routes to the United States during the winter, as well as stiff competition