By refusing to surrender to Western trends, a sleepy Turkish town on the Aegean Sea has retained the legendary sights and flavors of the past
They may have been as smart as us, or not, but using burned resin to haft weapons turns out not to have been complex process: take bark, add fire on a rock and wait
According to Erdogan's office, Turkish president has told Putin that violations of the cease-fire in Idlib is paving the way to a 'humanitarian crisis'
Palestinians report 122 wounded in protests, including five from live fire, after tense week that saw three instances of rocket fire from Gaza and retaliatory Israeli strikes
Young Diaspora Jews account for only 2 percent of soldiers serving in the Israeli army, but in the past year the suicide rate among them has been disproportionately high. Haaretz investigates why
Rina Shnerb, whose family runs a charity center that provides food and clothing to impoverished families, died when a bomb exploded at popular recreational site