In addition to the payment to the Rwandan government, which was first reported by Channel 10 and confirmed by Haaretz, Israel will continue to pay asylum seekers $3,500 and their airfare if they leave voluntarily
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Hundreds from extremist Jerusalem faction demonstrate against jail sentences handed out to 11 of their members for deserting
The ruling comes in response to a petition by an asylum seeker from Sudan and several NGOs
Despite getting fired, Zimbabwe’s longtime president resists pressure to step aside, instead pledges to preside over ruling party’s congress next month
Police and prosecution believe David Shimron, who declined the offer, is capable of incriminating 'very senior' people
Energy Minister Steinitz tells Army Radio 'it's the other side that is interested in keeping the ties quiet'
UN High Commissioner for Refugees calls Israel's forced relocation of Eritreans and Sudanese to third African country controversial
The tank fire was in response to a Syrian army incursion into a demilitarized zone on the border, an army spokesman says
Archaeology has provided precious little evidence for the biblical account of a powerful Judaic kingdom 3,000 years ago, but the sheer extent of copper mining in Timna, when Egypt was in a state of collapse, is otherwise hard to explain
'Al- I got to tell you, if you write a comedy sketch where you, Al Franken, kiss a model and her next line of dialogue isn’t ‘Get off of me, creepy!’ it’s not comedy, it’s science fiction'