A policeman who contracted the virus at work and suffered from significant long-COVID symptoms was recognized by the National Insurance Institute as handicapped and will receive full benefits.
Immanuel Lotem translated the epic science-fiction novel into Hebrew nearly 45 years ago. In honor of its new remake hitting the screens, he talked about the behind-the-scenes of the project.
The officer, Alexander Strizhevsky, was an investigator in the 2006 murder case of Ta'ir Rada and claims that Roman Zadorov used manipulative techniques to reduce his sentence
Four nations – the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco and Sudan – agreed to normalize ties in 2020, amid the US-led Abraham Accords.
The legislation raises questions on whether it violates privacy rights, but the Justice Ministry contends that projects such as this have been undertaken in other democracies as well
Committee reviewing what will be part of the government-funded 'health basket' will discuss how to allocate additional $187 million for subsidized drugs and medical technology
Democracy, not his presidency, was the focal point of the conversation when the country headed to the polls.
Under pressure from finance and energy ministries, Israel will reduce carbon emissions by 85 percent by 2050. But Bennett, ahead of UN climate conference, says goals should be more ambitious