Rocket fired from Lebanon towards Israel: residents
BEIRUT (Reuters) - A rocket was fired from south Lebanon towards Israel on Sunday, Lebanese security sources said, and residents of a northern Israeli town reported hearing a blast. "An explosion was heard. Soldiers are searching the area. The cause is ...
Report: Rocket fired from Lebanon toward Israel
Report: Rocket fired from south Lebanon towards Israel
Rocket fired from Lebanon towards Israel
When Israel hits Syria, it hones military edge for wider war
One such system, the SA-17, was on a convoy bound for Hezbollah when it was hit by Israel warplanes in late January, intelligence sources said. Two other air strikes near Damascus this month destroyed formidable Fateh-110 ground-to-ground missiles ...
Netanyahu: Israel is the most threatened state in the world
'Secret deal with Israel': UK newspaper claims Russia cancels alleged S-300 ...
Netanyahu: Israel 'most threatened state in the world'
Israel grimaces at a leading export: Innovation
Los Angeles Times
HERZLIYA, Israel — High-tech entrepreneur Kobi Stok is chasing the new Israeli dream. The 33-year-old software engineer quit a steady job to launch a Web start-up that teaches guitar playing. In three years, Stok's Jamstar.co signed up 80,000 users ...
Israel's President Calls for Return to Peace Talks
Israel's president on Sunday urged Israeli and Palestinian leaders to overcome differences and resume peace negotiations, saying the sides could not afford "to lose this opportunity." President Shimon Peres issued his call ahead of a gathering of ...
Trying to Revive Mideast Talks, Kerry Pushes Investment Plan for West Bank
New York Times
... May 26, 2013. DEAD SEA, Jordan — In an effort to revive the moribund peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians, Secretary of State John Kerry announced a plan on Sunday to invest as much as $4 billion to develop the economy of the West Bank.
Abbas tells Israel: Palestinians won't accept deal based on temporary borders
Israel's Peres urges return to peace talks
Israel-Palestine peace process should restart, Kerry tells World Economic Forum
Israeli electric car venture Better Place seeks to dissolve
Better Place, the once high-flying electric-car venture, said on Sunday it had filed a motion in an Israeli court to dissolve the company and was seeking to appoint a temporary liquidator. The decision came after the firm failed to raise enough funds ...
Electric car company Better Place files for bankruptcy in Israel
Steinitz: Peres doesn't speak for government
“The position of the president of Israel is respected, but the government makes policy decisions, and I think that every declaration of this sort, certainly on the eve of negotiations, does not help Israel's stance.” Tourism Minister Uzi Landau called ...
Steinitz: Peres is Not a Spokesman for the Government
Fischer Splits Analysts on Next Israel Move After Cut
Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer, who took economists by surprise earlier this month with an unscheduled rate cut, now has them divided on whether borrowing costs will fall again at today's monetary policy meeting. Twelve of 21 economists ...
Haifa dedicates square to renowned Israeli Arab author Emile Habibi
A square in Haifa was named on Sunday after the author and social activist Emile Habibi (1921-1996), one of the most important of Israel's writers in Arabic and a 1992 Israel Prize laureate. Among his books that were translated into English are “The ...
Israel's West Bank settlements grew by twice the size of New York's Central ...
Israeli settlements in the West Bank legally expanded by nearly 8,000 dunams (1977 acres) in 2012 - land equaling the entire city of Bat Yam and twice as big as Manhattan's Central Park. The adjustments were approved by military order, with the Israel ...
Netanyahu: Israel Will Go on with West Bank Setllement Expansion
Domestic fissures in Israel will not benefit Palestinians
'EU must urge Israel to curb settlements in W. Bank'