Aleph Farms is seeking to tap into consumers' increasing awareness of health, environmental and ethical concerns related to eating meat.
Iran has enriched uranium beyond a 3.67% purity limit set by its deal with major powers, the UN nuclear watchdog policing the deal said on Monday, confirming a move previously announced by Tehran.
Tony Blair will address the workshop today
The US national security adviser John Bolton spoke in Jerusalem about new sanctions against Iran and other Middle East political issues.
In an interview with Euronews, Husam Zomlot Head of Palestinian Mission to the UK, and formerly ambassador to Washington, has blasted Jared Kushner's so called Prosperity to Peace plan set to be unveiled today an a special conference in Bahrain.
The General Data Protection Regulation has shaped the way companies handle the personal data of EU citizens since 2018. Some are still adapting to the rules though. Learn more by watching The Brief from Brussels.
Newly appointed Justice Minister Ofir Ohana, Israel's first openly gay cabinet minister, also took part.
A few hundred people in Berlin took to the streets for rallies marking "Quds Day" on Saturday (June 1) in solidarity with Palestinians
What is life like for Palestinian children living in the Israeli-controlled part of Hebron? What's the impact of the conflict on them and what's the role of the EU in reducing their trauma?
Political turmoil in Israel as voters face a second election in September as Benjamin Netanyahu fails to form government
Israeli lawmakers voted to dissolve parliament early on Thursday, paving the way for a new election after veteran Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to form a coalition government before a midnight deadline.
Hebron, high in the mountains of the West Bank, is a Palestinian City which has been split for over 20 years. The proximity between the Israeli and the Palestinian communities create daily struggles. Euronews' reporter Monica Pinna went there to find out more.
Germany's government is encouraging its population to wear kippahs, the skullcaps worn by Jews, to stand in solidarity with its Jewish population following a spike in anti-Semitic incidents
Thousands of Israelis protested legislative changes to grant Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu immunity and to limit the Supreme Court's power.
Iceland's punk rock band Hatari controversially raised scarves showing Palestinian flags during the announcement of their results in Eurovision 2019, which took place in Tel Aviv making it the first time Israel hosted the event in 20 years.
Tel Aviv counted down to the Eurovision Song Contest final on Saturday (May 18) after a week of parties and protests
Hosted in Israel, the competition sparks concerns due to the ongoing conflict in Gaza
The Polish ambassador to Israel was spat at in his car outside the country's embassy Tel Aviv
With the Eurovision Song Contest final coming up on Saturday, who better to ask than our journalists from across Europe whether they fancy their country's chances?
Which countries have bagged a place in Saturday's grand final?
Euronews tells you what happened and how to protect yourself.
Eurovision contestants walked the orange carpet ahead of the start of the competition.
To warm-up for the annual music extravaganza, we've charted all the countries taking part and their chances of coming home with the title.
More than any other places on the West Bank, Hebron shows the difficulty of sharing land between Palestinians and Israelis and the remote possibility of finding peace.
The Sabbath falls just before the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv on Saturday, May 18, which starts at 10 pm local time — how might this affect the organisation of the event and the tourists who will travel to watch it live?
As Israel prepares to host the Eurovision singing competition next week, many worry about the flare-up of violence nearby.