Teva shareholders demand company sue U.S. employees over role in alleged cartel ■ Tel Aviv shares ride back of Wall Street rebound as China trade fears ease
Meanwhile, WhiteSwell, Quali and TechSee all raise tens of millions
In the crackdown since Sisi's 2014 election, thousands of his opponents and critics as well as alleged Islamist militants and secular rights activists have been arrested.
Defendant admitted to abusing a helpless person as part of plea deal reached last month ■ Nine people assaulted in 2015 an Eritrean asylum seeker they mistook for a terrorist who opened fire at a bus station
In quitting the UN organization Israel will lose its influence over debates and resolutions, says former member of national liaison panel; tourism may also suffer
Finance and health ministries estimate exports could bring in about $1b a year, but some lawmakers fear more cultivation could push more drugs onto the streets
Two launch units for anti-tank guided missiles recovered by a Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen appear to have been manufactured in Iran.
Palestinian officials on Tuesday accused Qatar of working toward establishing a “separate Palestinian state."
Feminist group disrupts event and places teen-size bras, panties outside the Knesset – furious at award being given to a singer, Eyal Golan, who once faced accusations of sexual misconduct with underage girls
Although the UN General Assembly vote condemning Hamas did not pass, all sides have chalked it up as a victory.