Dozens of hikers rescued from flooded areas in the Eilat mountains.
Hotels in the southern resort city to hire up to 1,500 Jordanians under recent bilateral agreement.
Father of the minors and suspected target of assassination attempt fled the scene uninjured; police suspect incident part of conflict with crime kingpin Michael Mor.
PM plans to present a final version in coming days; Lapid threatens not to back the bill unless it includes the word 'equality.'
Last strike on Eilat occurred in August, when Iron Dome intercepted rockets.
'You go to the Interior Ministry to get a visa, there are long lines, in the end you don’t get a visa. You’re on the street, they catch you without a visa - you go to jail.'
22 Jewish students treated in Eilat clinic.
Police in Eilat confirm no damage or casualties caused; incident marks first time Iron Dome system intercepts rocket over the southern resort city.
Police suspect the two, both in their twenties, entered the swimming pool in Kibbutz Yotvata overnight Friday while intoxicated.
Travel agency in East Jerusalem apparently lied to tourists about having proper documentation to enter Israel and passed them off as employees of a large Israeli company; Eilat police held the tourists in their hotels until they were escorted back to the West Bank.
Hardline militant group Magles Shoura al-Mujahddin said the attack was in retaliation for the Israeli army's attack on protesters demonstrating over the death of a Palestinian prisoner.
Jordan Denies Rockets Hit Aqaba Eilat Airport Reopened After Two Rockets Hit City; No Casualties Reported
The Iron Dome missile defense system in the city tracked the rockets but did not operate to shoot them down, the IDF said.
Residents of southern city say the blasts shook houses; security forces conducting extensive sweeps in the area.
Traces of rocket found some 150 meters from a residential area in Eilat, southern Israel; no injuries or damage reported; forces continuing search for rockets.
Traces of rocket found some 150 meters from a residential area in Eilat, southern Israel; no injuries or damage reported; rocket thought to have been fired from Sinai; forces continuing search for rockets.
Strong explosions heard mainly in the south of the city shortly after midnight; security forces are searching for rockets landed in the area; no injuries reported.
Israeli security forces close off area after receiving serious targeted threats from terror organizations planning to perpetrate attacks against Israelis in Sinai, particularly near Taba.
Members of Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Popular Resistance Committees are cooperating with Egyptian Islamists, planning to avenge killing of fellow militants during Israeli air strikes in the Gaza Strip.
Red Sea Jazz Festival sign up Jason Lindner, the Cohen Brothers and Roberto Rodriguez as last-minute substitutes for the canceled shows.
Eddie Palmieri and La Perfecta II, Jason Moran and the Bandwagon, and Tuba Skinny opt to cancel their performances.
Witnesses describe attackers dressed in Egyptian military fatigues. "I thought they were soldiers repairing the fence," Bilefsky recalls. "I slowed a bit, and then I caught a hail of bullets."
Netanyahu vows, "if the terrorist organizations think they can harm our citizens without a response, they will discover that Israel will exact a heavy price from them."
PM thanks IDF, Shin Bet for preventing an 'even bigger catastrophe'; Defense Minister Barak stresses Israel will act against terror attacks with full force.
At least 26 wounded after armed gunmen fired on bus traveling near Eilat, close to Egypt border; IDF trades fire with gunmen; mortars fired from Egyptian border; IDF kills several terrorists.
25,000 assemble in Haifa, 20,000 people fill Rager Boulevard in Be’er Sheva, in Afula, some 15,000 people gather, more than 1,500 people march down the city’s main street in Eilat.
Before being hit by the bus, which belonged to the Shasha company, the car had also scraped the side of another bus, damaging its bumper, according to the bus driver involved in the accident.
Four-year-old boy, his parents, grandfather killed when bus and car crash near Kibbutz Grofit in Arava; one-year old daughter in critical condition; driver of car allegedly lost control, veering into bus' lane.
The 25 injured were taken to the Yoseftal Hospital in Eilat for treatment; in 2008, 24 Russian guides were killed in worst bus crash in Israeli history.
Doctors in Eilat say deaths are unrelated.
Police suspect that murder had to do with one of the other businesses the victim was involved in.