Israeli soldier killed near Lebanon border
An Israeli soldier has been killed in cross-border gunfire near the Lebanese border, the Israeli military has said. Gunfire was exchanged near the village of Naqoura, at around 8:30pm on Sunday night. Sources on both sides say the shooting originated ...
Israel: 1 Soldier Killed Along Lebanon Border
Israeli soldier killed at border with Lebanon
Lebanese sniper kills IDF soldier near border
Netanyahu reported considering new partner for Israel
While enhancing relations with Moscow despite their major differences over support both for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Iran's nuclear program, Lieberman, who remained in Israel, made particularly directed comments on furthering ties with Russia.
Winter storm continues to cause havoc in Israel and Gaza
The sun has won out in Jerusalem this Sunday after three days of freezing conditions across in Israel and neighbouring countries because of winter storm 'Alexa'. Travel has been hazardous because of a thick layer of snow and ice that has blanketed the ...
Snow in Israel: See photos of the rare snow blanketing the Middle East
Qatari-funded fuel enters Gaza to ease power crisis
Gaza floods, thousands evacuated - but get reprieve from blackouts
Jordanian stability, Israel, and the Dead Sea water deal
Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority signed a water-sharing agreement last week that includes building a desalination plant on the Gulf of Aqaba and a pilot study for a pipeline linking the Red Sea with the Dead Sea. The level of the Dead Sea ...
Israel close to first gas export deal
The high price of letting Israel's extremists flourish
Violent assaults, desecrating mosques and churches, uprooting trees, destroying cars, and damaging property - these are all examples of "price tag" attacks carried out by extremist Israeli hooligans against Palestinians, mainly in the occupied territories.
Jerusalem municipality, police coordinate recovery around the city
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Scholars' Group to Disclose Result of Vote on an Academic Boycott of Israel
New York Times
A growing campaign among American professors to isolate Israel reaches a milestone on Monday when a large group of scholars is expected to reveal whether its members endorsed an academic boycott of Israel to protest Israeli treatment of Palestinians.
European moves against settlements revive Israel boycott fears
Swell of boycotts driving Israel into international isolation
Israel's Defenders Glum as American Studies Association Votes on Boycott ...
Ritz-Carlton opens its doors in Israel, eyes more branches
Ritz-Carlton cut the ribbon of its first hotel in Israel Sunday at the Herzliya Marina, featuring the branch's first kosher restaurant, after over four years of preparation and NIS 600 million of investment. “The Ritz-Carlton chain is happy to open its ...
Exclusive: Hungary seeks Israeli gas as alternative to Russian supply
Hungary is looking to Israel and its newfound natural gas to help it shake its dependency on Russian energy, State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó told The Jerusalem Post in an exclusive interview in Tel ...
... December 13, 2013 Photo: Marc Israel Sellem/The Jerusalem Post. From the beginning of last week, the weatherman said that a big storm was on its way, but even with advance warning, it seems that Israel was not ready for what it was about to experience.
Buses to Capital and Inside It – to Halt Again