Trump has cast doubt on the integrity of the election, saying without evidence that the use of mail-in balloting during the coronavirus would lead to fraud.
Those with rating showing chance of near-term default grew during the first wave
Haifa University President Ron Robin is a rare Israeli who has spent an extended period in the Emirates. In an interview with TheMarker he talks about what will come from normalization
Organization says pandemic has exposed weaknesses of Israeli economy, urges structural reform and increased investment
EU mediation leads to headway on Mediterranean gas reserve dispute, but Cyprus' dissatisfaction leave Belarus sanctions on hold
Kochavi is hell-bent on implementing his long-term reform plan, but generals don't have the privilege of choosing the test by which their entire term will be judged
The ambassadors discussed ways to expand the circle of peace in the Middle East.
Expert committee formed to deal with arrival of Formosan termite, which can cause serious property damage and even power outages
The National Assembly Party, made up mostly of exiled activists, calls for elected parliament and balance of powers but stop short of calling for protests in the kingdom
Russia’s Investigative Committee, headed by Putin associate Alexander Bastrykin, claimed it used Cellebrite’s technology more than 26,000 times for hacking phones