Foreign Minister Lapid says the 'club is open for new members,' while the signatories hope other countries will join 'this new era of cooperation and friendship'
In addition to a shooting attack, an arms smuggling attempt in Israel's south was thwarted by the IDF and West Bank rock throwers were arrested by Border Police.
A new unit in the Israeli army’s Northern Command seeks to address the shortcomings
'There is no doubt that this is a row of ancient trees which includes magnificent and impressive specimens,' Israel's forestry commissioner said
The effectiveness of the second dose of the vaccine waned six months after administration, making a booster necessary, Israeli health officials said
For Yom Kippur, the Egyptians surprised Israel once again, but this time for the better ■ Bennett and Sissi got along famously, not that the prime minister wanted to stay overnight ■ Lapid encroaches on Gantz’s turf
The most recent test of the building's water quality revealed an unusual level of contaminants.
Col. Liron Donnell will be promoted to Brigadier General, making her the 7th woman to hold such a rank in the IDF
MDA: More than 2,500 people sought medical attention over the holiday
Bernadotte's assassination by the right-wing Stern Gang militia led to a major diplomatic fallout with Sweden, but his legacy lives on in the establishment of UNRWA and UN mediation efforts.