This week at the Tel Aviv airport: An unaccompanied minor ponders the hardships of being the youngest sibling, and a programmer travels to Israel from Europe to bid farewell to grandma
'The health and educational systems aren’t synchronized,' said one principal of a Tel Aviv school, as complaints mount about the Education Ministry’s COVID unit
When Nick Jones came to sell New York on a branch of his private members’ club, the World Trade Center was attacked. Political disasters accompanied Soho House openings in Istanbul and Hong Kong. Now a club has opened in Tel Aviv's Jaffa district, just...
According to the latest Israeli intel assessment, the six inmates who escaped from Gilboa Prison are no longer moving as a group, potentially prolonging the manhunt
DIPLOMATIC AFFAIRS: One of the biggest changes since June was entirely out of this government’s hands, but remains the central challenge on the diplomatic and security front: Iran.
BEHIND THE LINES: In the southwest, the outside powers of relevance are Iran and Russia. The arrangement in place from July 2018 until now was the product of an uneasy standoff between them.
In Prime Minister Naftali Bennett's first meeting with the Yesha Council since he took office in May, the PM discussed building plans in settlements.