The Red Sea resort city’s coral reefs are among the world’s northernmost, and they are notable for their resilience to climatic change
The former British spy chief sees Putin's downfall within months, as Russia intensifies its effort to take hold of eastern Ukraine
Actor Yehuda Nehari tells Haaretz about his family's own kidnapping stories, racism, the sexual assault he experienced as a child and that he does not regret going public with his allegations against major reality TV host Assi Azar
It was unprecedented: Two Pakistani citizens openly visited Israel on their Pakistani passports – and re-entered Pakistan without hindrance, despite a fierce media controversy. So how open is the Pakistani state now to normalization with the Jewish sta...
Three East Jerusalem residents charged with plans to carry out attacks against Israelis. Security forces found a drone they suspect was meant to carry explosives
Military campaign along Turkey's southern border would create a 30-kilometer deep 'safe zones,' president says, most likely targeting Kurdish militants
Israel has maintained that a request by a historian to reveal protocols dealing with the Kafr Qasem massacre would harm state security and its foreign affairs. Now that a military court has made a ruling, it’s unknown if, when and what information the ...
Iran hasn't budged in the face of assassinations and public unrest, but continued demands for support in the fight against 'the forces of arrogance and evil' may prove difficult for the regime
While the killing of a Revolutionary Guards colonel seems less like a change of policy and more of like an acceleration of hostilities, Israel appears to have shelved any attack plans against Iranian nuclear sites
Teenager's death follows suspected arson in Hura that left a 12-year-old badly burnt