A golden statue of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been given a mixed reception by onlookers as it made a brief appearance in Tel Aviv.
Turkey has received its first ambassador from Israel since the two countries broke off ties six years ago after an attempt to break the blockade of Gaza ended in…
The Israeli military says it has struck an ISIL target on the Syrian side of the Golan Heights.
Israeli police arrest 13 suspected arsonists while Netanyahu claims fires are "terrorism"
Wildfires tore across central and northern Israel on November 25 forcing thousands of residents to flee the city of Haifa, as leaders blamed arsonists for some of the blazes and branded them…
Israeli police make arrests in connection with raging forest fires in Haifa and the West Bank.
The attorney-general has ordered an inquiry into a contract for three submarines over a possible conflict of interest.
The Middle East remains a region that draws the attention of the public because of the many conflicts in the area. According to INFOCORE, a study that investigates the role the media plays in violent
Founded in 1961, Hirbawi Textiles almost shut its doors until Kuwaiti activists launched a Facebook page and saved the business.
Five years after the Palestinian Territories applied to be considered the UN's 194th member state, conditions in East Jerusalem are getting worse.
Police in Kosovo say they have arrested 19 people on suspicion of having links with ISIL.
Israel’s parliament has approved a draft bill to legalise thousands of Jewish settlements on privately-owned Palestinian land in the West Bank.
An Israeli ministerial committee has voted to support a bill enforcing lowering the volume of loudspeakers calling worshippers to prayer in mosques.
The war in Syria, nuclear proliferation and trade have topped talks between Russia and Israel during a three day tour to the Middle East by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry…
Israel has jailed a 14-year-old Palestinian for 12 years for the 2015 stabbing of two people in a settlement north of Jerusalem.
To the strains of the Bee Gees “Stayin’ Alive”, 14 elderly women strutted their stuff down the catwalk cautiously, hindered only slightly by the odd dodgy hip.
Milk and honey are not the only things that flow from the olive tree-peppered hills of Ramallah. There is also beer.
CSKA Moscow maintained their perfect start to the defence of their EuroLeague title after a home victory over Panathinaikos at Megasport Arena in the Russian capital on…
The UN’s cultural body UNESCO has adopted a contentious resolution heavily criticising Israel’s activities at holy sites in East Jerusalem.
The UN’s cultural agency UNESCO has moved to try to calm tensions with Israel after the country’s cut cooperation with it on Friday.
UNESCO has renewed a resolution criticising Israel for restricting Muslim access to a holy site in east Jerusalem, a move which has angered Israel.
A sail boat manned by 13 pro-Palestinian female activists has been intercepted near the coast of Gaza as it attempted to break through a blockade imposed by Israel in…
Israel’s leaders paid their respects at the coffin of one of the country’s founding fathers, Shimon Peres, on Thursday (September 29) outside the Knesset in…
The casket of the former president and prime minister lies in state at the Knesset as thousands are expected to file past ahead of the state funeral on Friday.