No major policy changes expected in Israel following deadly attack
JERUSALEM, March 13 (Xinhua) -- The Israeli government on Saturday night responded to the murder of five settlers in Itamar neighborhood by allowing the construction of about 500 new homes in settlements across the West Bank. ...
Israel to Step Up Pace of Construction in West Bank Areas
Israel to expand West Bank settlements in response to slayings of five in home
Palestinians denounce Itamar murders, but lay criticism on Israel
Barak: Israel must advance peace or face a 'diplomatic tsunami'
Defense Minister says Israel must counter building international pressure to recognize a Palestinian state within 1967 borders. Israel could face a diplomatic tsunami if the standstill in Mideast peace talks continues, Defense Minister Ehud Baral said ...
Barak: Israel must prepare for 'political tsunami'
Barak's wife charged over illegal worker
Barak's wife indicted for illegal maid
Los Angeles Times
Israel's immigrant wave has personal side in 'The Human Resources Manager'
Los Angeles Times
(Film Movement) By Susan King, Los Angeles Times Many people don't think of Israel as a multicultural country full of immigrants — lots of them non-Jews from Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe — but that reality and its complexities underpin "The Human ...
Nuclear expert Eli Stern, are Israel's nuclear facilities safe?
Events in Japan are being closely monitored by nuclear experts in Israel, among them Prof. Eli Stern, who heads the Center for Risk Assessment at the Gertner Institute of the Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer. Before that, he was a member of an ...
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Israel protests UN screening of 'anti-Israel' film
'We respect film creators' freedom of expression, but in this case there is a clear political agenda,' says delegation member Haim Waxman VIDEO - Israel is fuming over a decision to screen Julian Schnabel's latest film "Miral" at the United Nations ...
Israel incensed pro-Palestinian film to show at UN
Israeli anger over Palestinian film at UN
United Nations Rolls Out the Red Carpet To Fete New Anti-Israel Movie
Israel stocks off; Clal Insurance sees Japan costs
TEL AVIV (MarketWatch) — Israeli stocks were lower at midday on Sunday, led by weakness in Israel Chemicals, the insurers — including Clal, a unit of which expects some losses after the Japan earthquake and tsunami — and ...
Israel Stocks: Ampal-American, Ceragon, Clal Insurance, Rabintex
Clal Insurance Japan quake exposure 28 mln shekels
Last member of Israel's first Knesset dies at 89
Former Knesset member Tawfik Toubi died Saturday, aged 89. Toubi, a Haifa resident, was the last remaining living member of the first Knesset. On Sunday, Toubi will be laid to rest in Haifa's Kfar Samir ...
Palestinian MK dies aged 88
Last member of Israel's 1st Knesset dies
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Sun: Israel Corp. pulls market down
Ampal jumped 15.7% after reporting that the supply of natural gas by EMG is expected to restart tomorrow. The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) fell today. The Tel Aviv 25 Index fell 1.5% to 1243.95 points, the Tel Aviv 100 Index fell 1.6% to 1140.65 ...
LivePerson dual lists on Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
LivePerson Announces Commencement of Dual Listing on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
Palestinians, Israelis, Allies Oppose Exploitation of LGBT Rights at Berlin's ...
Past Slovakian PM hopes to close R&D agreement with Israel
Fico advanced ties with Israel when he was prime minister from 2006 to 2010. He said he came to Jerusalem because it was important to him to continue those ties even though he is no longer in power. In a one-day visit, he met with Peres, ...
Patrick eagerly accepts role as state's envoy abroad