Kerry Asks Turkey to Act on Relations With Israel
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Before departing for Israel on Sunday, Secretary of State John Kerry found time in Istanbul to urge Turkish leaders to make good on their commitment to normalize relations with Israel.
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Anonymous targets Israel in another cyberattack
The group claimed it hacked more than a dozen official Israeli Web sites, including those for the Israel Police, the Prime Minister's Office, the Israel Securities Authority, the Immigrant Absorption Ministry, and the Central Bureau of Statistics. The ...
Israel braces as hackers launch Internet attack
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Israel Begins Annual Holocaust Memorial Day
Israel dedicated its annual memorial day for the 6 million Jews killed in the Holocaust to mark 70 years to the Warsaw ghetto uprising, a symbol of Jewish resistance against the Nazis in World War II that resonates deeply in Israel to this day. At the ...
Israel's Holocaust memorial day begins with event marking 70 years to Warsaw ...
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Kerry urges Turkey, Israel to take steps to normalizing ties
Kerry said it was imperative for Israel to honor its commitment to pay compensation to the families of those who were killed by Israeli marines aboard a Turkish vessel trying to break a naval blockade on Gaza in 2010, and for both countries to return ...
Kerry Moves to Help Turkey and Israel to Restore Ties
New York Times
Turkey and Israel's diplomatic ties had been frozen since 2010 after nine Turks were killed when the Israeli military intercepted a Turkish ship that was trying to run the blockade on supplies to Gaza. But no sooner was the new agreement announced than Mr.
The Guardian (blog)
Syrian conflict threatens to spill over from Golan into Israel
The Guardian (blog)
Israel's response each time has been swift. In the past couple of weeks, the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) have twice returned fire across the ceasefire line with Tamuz guided missiles. "Any breach of Israeli sovereignty from the Syrian side will ...
Syria Withdraws Troops from Golan, Leaving Israel Concerned
Oh crazy Israel! Rachel Johnson returns to the kibbutz where she and Boris ...
Report: Syria withdraws troops from Golan
Israel and Turkey Pull Together
John Kerry's unexpected trip to Turkey and Israel, which began when the U.S. Secretary of State touched down in Istanbul on Saturday, signals a new optimism that the broken relationship between two critical American allies is finally on the mend.
Iran: Apology to Turkey Shows Israel is Soft
Report: Apology won't change Turkey, 'weakens Israel's deterrence'
'Anonymous' hackers launch cyberattack on Israeli sites
JERUSALEM – A weekend cyberattack campaign targeting Israeli government websites failed to cause serious disruption, officials said Sunday. The attacks followed warnings in the name of the group Anonymous that it was launching a massive hacking ...
Technion ranks 6th in entrepreneurship, innovation
The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology ranked sixth in the world in a Massachusetts Institute of Technology survey released on Sunday that evaluated entrepreneurship and innovation in higher education institutions. The ranking, which was put ...
Gantz : Israel ensures Holocaust won't recur
Benny Gantz spoke at the site of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland on Sunday on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day, saying that "Israel ensures that a horror such as this will not recur." Gantz, who was set to lead the March of the Living ...
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