Rescue workers were on the scene. Air force pilots and cadets were on the plane, the interior ministry said.
'The disillusionment is rapid – at best it doesn’t work, at worst it’s almost a pedagogical and social disaster,' education official says ■ Pupils, teachers, parents and principals tell Haaretz all about it
The crown prince is interested in a normalization with Israel and his father likes the Arab Peace Initiative, but the war in Yemen and threats to Prince Mohammed at home are keeping them busy
Mahmoud Abbas says UAE and Bahrain deals with Israel are a 'violation' of the 'principles of a just and lasting solution under international law'
Ministry says it expects contracts to be signed in early 2021, as government set to miss NATO defense spending target
The 26-year-old lecturer in architecture in the U.K., Heba Nabil Iskandarani has been stateless for most of her life, possessing only a Lebanese travel document that defines her as a Palestinian refugee
Health Minister Yuli Edelstein attempted to bring emergency regulations to prevent protests from taking place Saturday night.
Rabbi will be about a charismatic and influential Orthodox rabbi whose world collapsed when he was accused by teenage male students of sexual advances.
Sculptures showcased by Meshullam form a peculiar place of worship, in a partially successful attempt by the artist to offer an antidote to the religious visuals we know