The deal has been cancelled in favor of 'home-grown' anti-tank arms system, Indian media reports
Ruth Schuster is Senior Editor at the Haaretz-TheMarker English Edition.
Schuster has worked in writing, editing and translation for English and Hebrew-language publications for more than two decades. She holds a BSc in biology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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A quarter of the community bore the Serpine1 mutation and lived an average of 10 years longer, scientists report
Prehistoric Caucasians may also have invented huge, oddly unsteady ceramic jars to hold the wine – but the Chinese may have made mixed sweet wine much earlier
Maybe in some things. In shape-fitting experiments, Griffin’s cockatoos knocked primates out of the ball-park
One Marcus Novius Tubula apparently ordered the sundial to mark his noble appointment as tribune of Rome itself, say archaeologists after finding it in ancient town of Interamna Lirenas
Observing the marks that crocodile bites leave on bones indicates that ‘evidence’ of stone-tool use in Ethiopian millions of years ago is nothing of the sort
The ancestor of primates was among the first to see the light, either 33 or 55 million years ago, but most mammals have remained denizens of the dark to this day. We just don't see them, explain the scientists
By the fifth century, some Galilean villages had at least one church with elaborate mosaics and a bishop, and at least one had a female donor
A study shows how compulsive cocaine use is caused: the breakdown of key proteins in the brain, which can be caused by alcohol
Even the hardy corals reef of Eilat could be in trouble if water temperatures increase, Saudi research paper indicates