Israel Grapples With Retraction on UN Report
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Israel grappled on Sunday with whether a retraction by a United Nations investigator regarding its actions in the Gaza war two years ago could be used to rehabilitate its tarnished international image or ...
Minister Ya'alon: Israel expects UN to fully rescind Goldstone report
In Israel, Goldstone's Gaza war retraction triggers 'earthquake' of vindication
'Goldstone retraction could help Israel on legal front'
The Israeli position
“He understands the camp saying the momentum is strongly against Israel now, saying UN action to recognize a Palestinian state against Israel's wishes could be dangerous. He understands pressure will grow, isolation may grow, boycotts in Europe may ...
Israel under pressure to make offer
Obama's retreat leaves Israel at the mercy of multilateralism
UN: Israel's demolitions of Palestinian homes hit record high
Foreign Briefing: Jerusalem bombing, Middle East unrest may scare off Israel ...
Los Angeles Times
Coming off a record-breaking year and heading into the Passover/Easter season, officials in Israel's surging tourism industry fear a March 23 bombing in Jerusalem in which a British tourist was killed could break the country's momentum. ...
Israeli tourism surprisingly buoyant
Brown moves to quell Israeli boycott brawl
Greens leader Bob Brown has moved to play down differences in his party's ranks over calls by the New South Wales branch to impose a trade boycott on Israel. The Greens were expected to win two Lower House seats in the recent state ...
Skills gap for eight million Australians
Egyptian FM says Israel won't receive 'special treatment'
Israel viewed deposed Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak as a “treasure,” Cairo's new foreign minister said Saturday, but the days when Israel could do as it pleases are over. Nabil Elaraby said in an interview on Egyptian television that ...
Mubarak Treasure For Israel: Egypt FM
Egypt FM - no special treatment for Israel
Egyptian foreign minister: Mubarak was a treasure for Israel
Israel's 10-Year Bond Yield Drops on Bets Interest Rates to Rise
The yield on Israel's 10-year government bond declined for a fourth day amid expectations for higher interest rates over the next year as the central bank seeks to return inflation to the government's ...
Bank of Israel's Fischer names new deputy, advisor
Commentary: Fischer stuns investors
Israel to deploy four more 'Iron Dome' anti-rocket defences
JERUSALEM — Israel is planning to deploy four more batteries of its "Iron Dome" short-range missile defence system, Defence Minister Ehud Barak said on Sunday. Speaking on military radio, Barak said: "With the financial help of the Americans, ...
Israel opens Gaza crossing for limited goods
Israel allows Gaza flowers export
'Argentina and Israel share an unbreakable bond,' Timerman
Buenos Aires Herald
Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman said that “Argentina and Israel are two countries that are friends with each other, who cooperate between them and hold an unbreakable bond,” before he is due to start an official visit to that country. ...
Argentinian foreign minister's Israel visit on schedule
Argentinian FM expected to address 'bomb probe' report
Israel government unveils counter-cyberterrorism unit
Israel averages about 350 on-line hacking attacks per second every day, according to Assaf Keren, the former project director for Israel's e-Gov portal. The portal offers a wealth of services for the public at large, and is, among other major sites ...
Israel planning strategy to defend computer networks from attack
Amman seeks return of antiquities from Israel
AMMAN — The director of Jordan's antiquities department said Sunday that "treasure of vital historic importance" has turned up in Israel after being smuggled out of his country. "It's about 70 pounds (32 kilograms) of metal containing between five and ...
Authorities confident old Christian manuscript smuggled to Israel
Jordan in bid to recover dozens of stolen artifacts
Jordan demands that Israel return 'stolen artifacts'