Observers believe the U.S. is exhausted by war and sees negotiations with the Taliban as the only way to end the 17-year-long conflict.
Remembering Israel’s human rights law trailblazer, a Holocaust survivor who called to boycott Israeli products
A communist labeled 'the terrorists' attorney,', she called her clients ‘resistance fighters.’ In 1990 she gave up and left for Germany, where she died over the summer
The government will give construction contractors six month to meet European standards for scaffolding that is at least six meters high and 18 months for scaffolding less than six meters in height
Minister Gilad Erdan’s move to end separation between Hamas and Fatah prisoners and worsen their conditions could heat up tensions in prisons, West Bank and Gaza, security services warn
Lt. Yakir Naveh went down in the north in 1962 while training a fellow pilot
Israel’s state prosecutor to top court: Don’t let science minister deny neuroscientist post over protesting occupation
Science minister blocked Prof. Yael Amitai’s appointment to a scientific commission because she signed a petition supporting students who refused to serve in the West Bank
Netanyahu and Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman have insisted that relations with Moscow are on track.
Three workmen fell as scaffolding collapsed at construction site.
Israel has insisted that it notified Moscow of its movements and has blamed Syria for the downed plane.
The event was organized by the Israeli media consultancy firm OH! Orenstein Hoshen.