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Three killed in stabbing attack near Tel Aviv, Israeli medics say
Police said they suspect it was a militant attack and that the assailant fled in a vehicle.
Israeli police force Palestinians from Jerusalem's al-Aqsa compound
Palestinians run as they are removed by Israeli forces from Jerusalem's flashpoint, the al-Aqsa mosque compound, after clashes early on Friday, according to witnesses and the police.
Sirens blare as Israel honours Holocaust victims
Sirens blared across Israel early Thursday as the country came to a standstill in an annual ritual honoring the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust.
Jerusalem's Christians gather for Easter service
Jerusalem's Christians gathered at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre for Easter services. Easter commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ, as recounted in the Bible. Christians traditionally believe Jesus was crucified and buried at the site where the Jerusalem church now stands.
Prayers at Al-Aqsa Mosque hours after clashes
Hours after clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, the mosque was re-opened, and some 60,000 people attended the main Friday prayers midday, according to the Islamic endowment that administers the site.
Clashes at Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem
Palestinian demonstrators and Israeli police clash at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound.
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Washing of the Feet ceremony at the Holy Sepulchre
A Holy Thursday ceremony was held at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre as Catholics mark Holy Week in Jerusalem.
Israeli forces 'kill Palestinian attacker' after Tel Aviv shooting
The gunman opened fire into a crowded bar in central Tel Aviv, killing two and wounding over 10 in an attack that caused scenes of mass panic.
Ukraine's Eurovision entry perform for Ukrainian refugees in Jerusalem
Kalush Orchestra, the favourites to win this year's Eurovision Song Contest, put on a special performance for Ukrainian refugees in Jerusalem
Muslims attend the lighting of giant lanterns in Jerusalem
Muslim worshippers gathered in Jerusalem on Monday evening to witness the lighting of a giant lantern as part of the month of Ramadan.
This helmet could tell us what space does to the human brain
An Israeli start-up, which studies data on brain activity, has developed the device which will be tested in orbit by astronauts to monitor changes in brain activity in space.
Gunman 'kills four' in mass shooting in Tel Aviv suburb of Bnei Brak
Police shot the gunman dead. The killings in a Jewish ultra-Orthodox town follow other fatal attacks in recent days that were claimed by the self-proclaimed Islamic State.
Several people killed in stabbing attack near Israeli shopping centre
Police said the attacker drove his car into a cyclist and stabbed five people in the city of Beersheba.
Golds for Pacut and Sulamanidze in Tel Aviv
The Shlomo Arena was once again full to capacity for the final day of the Tel Aviv International Judo Federation Grand Slam.
Israeli police scatter Palestinian protesters in Jerusalem
Israeli police scatter protesters in the flashpoint east Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah, where demonstrators poured in to support Palestinians facing eviction by Jewish settlers
Two golds for Japan on day two in Tel Aviv
The Japanese judo team only sent four women to this year’s Tel Aviv Grand Slam - and two of them picked up gold on day two of the International Judo Federation tournament.
Clean sweep for French women in Tel Aviv
The Judo World Tour is back in Tel Aviv and a capacity crowd in the Shlomo arena saw International Judo Federation President Marius Vizer get the competition underway.
Israel presidential visit to UAE a first as diplomatic relations grow
Herzog will meet top officials, including crown prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan — the de facto Emirati leader — along with members of the country's small but growing Jewish ex-pat community.
Rare snowfall blankets Jerusalem’s Old City
Snow covers the streets of Jerusalem and the city's old town, reaching heights between 15-25 centimetres, according to the meteorological service.
Israeli police demolish Palestinian home in East Jerusalem
A lawyer for the Salhiya family said the demolition carried out early Wednesday was "illegal" since the municipality had received the court's permission to vacate the property but not destroy it.
Former Israeli PM Netanyahu negotiating a plea deal, source claims
Netanyahu -- who denies wrongdoing -- is on trial for fraud, breach of trust, and accepting bribes in three separate cases.
The year is 2022 and we’ve finally taught goldfish to drive
To prove that navigation is a universal ability in animals, researchers at Ben-Gurion University have taught a goldfish to steer a robotic vehicle.
Israeli researchers claim to teach goldfish to drive a vehicle
Israeli scientists try to prove that fish can drive a car
Israel offers fourth vaccine dose to citizens aged 60 and over
Israel has been a pioneer in vaccinating its citizens against the coronavirus and began offering a third dose to citizens as early as last summer.
Israeli police scuffle with protesters in Sheikh Jarrah
Palestinian, Israeli, and foreign activists demonstrate in the east Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah, denouncing the evacuation of Palestinian families from their homes and settlement activity in the Palestinian Territories and east Jerusalem