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During one dinner break the researchers felt their pasta lacked flavour – "So we just broke some salt off and used that."
Romanian Prime Minister announced a plan to move Israel embassy to Jerusalem at a meeting with a pro-Israel lobby in Washington DC.
"As a Christian, I certainly believe that's possible," the secretary of state said when asked whether the president had an explicitly divine mission.
West Bank manhunt underway after fatal attack
Tel Aviv is trying to catch the attention of people distracted by their smartphones using LED stoplights embedded in its pedestrian crossings.
For 50 years an Israeli oil company kept bathers off a prime Red Sea beach. But it couldn’t stop sea life: a spectacular coral reef blossomed over time.
Now, scientists have discovered a magical undersea world.
Israeli forces shoot dead one Palestinian man who was part of protests at the border with Gaza.
One of more than 25 states to put anti-BDS legislation on the books, Arkansas is a battleground in a conflict that's gone national.
Rival Tel Aviv protests over Bibi corruption charges
Netanyahu faces three possible charges on bribery, breaching trust and fraud. It could be his downfall.
Take a look back at this morning's biggest stories from across Europe.
Netanyahu has denied the allegations and denounced "an unprecedented witch hunt intended to topple the right-wing government."
Maruv was selected by a public vote on Saturday to sing at the contest in Israel in May but she refused contractual obligations requiring her not to perform in Russia.
The privately funded venture will include a copy of the Bible and Israel's national anthem.
Euronews brought you the latest news and updates as they happened this morning.
Clashes erupted between Palestinian protesters and Israeli troops on Sunday near the West Bank village of al-Mughayyir.
The first IJF World Judo Tour event in Israel lived up to its high expectations with some thrilling judo on the opening day of the Tel Aviv Grand Prix
A newborn rhino enjoyed a day of fun in Israel's Safari open park on Monday (January 21), getting to know her crash partners and rolling in the dirt.
Israeli and Syrian military are both claiming to have prevented attacks by each other's forces.
Snow fell over the city of Jerusalem on Wednesday while torrential rains and stormy seas hit Gaza city.