The rapid rollout combined with the country’s vast medical database is a gold mine that will serve doctors and scientists in the years to come
Protesters march through Kafr Qara after the killing of 25-year-old Sliman Naziye Masarwa, the latest in a string of murders in the Arab community
Netanyahu says first shipment of Moderna's vaccine expected Thursday ■ Vaccine could be less effective against South African strain, top public health official says ■ Haredi leader orders to open religious schools despite stricter lockdown
A military spokesman said missiles flying over the Golan Heights targeted several locations and air defenses downed several missiles
Police warn that they will deal harshly with violations during the tightened lockdown, but officials tell Haaretz they won't enter schools and synagogues, despite calls to open them even new rules go into effect
The tombstone of the woman who lived in the Nitzana area about 1,400 years ago joins others unearthed in excavations that belonged to Christians interred in local churches and burial grounds
Riyadh is attempting to score points with a lukewarm Biden administration, but reconciliation with Qatar will take more than a tight hug
Sudan became the third of four countries to agree to sign on to the Trump administration-brokered accords, following the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, and before Morocco.
Many took to social media to lambast the celebration of a foreign military leader in Lebanon's capital, using #BeirutFree_IranOut
The three countries, known as the E3, are party to the 2015 Iran deal.