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Israeli-Turkish relations may be revived, but their interests could diverge as the war in Syria rages on.
Israel's air force reportedly carried out the massive strike on a weapons depot in Damascus Sunday. What do Israelis think of the move? You might be surprised.
Was it actually an innovative Israeli-made technology that snagged the Tsarnaev brothers?
An unlikely joint venture seeks to improve the already hugely popular chickpea product.
As mayor of Jerusalem, Nir Barkat is in the throes of a quiet but radical attempt to change the face of a city steeped in history but with a serious image problem.
Before a new beer tax hits Israel's pub crawlers, here's the rundown of some of the beers made in the Middle East, from mainstream ale famous for college benders to craftier microbrews for more refined palates.
Western Galilee Hospital, perhaps the world's most elaborately outfitted medical center, seems to portend terror. It can be sealed off in stages, for one thing. These days it tends to wounded Syrians.
Once peaceful, the Israeli-Syria border has become a highly militarized zone where communal politics merge with international conflict.
While the Israeli forces may be operating in a non-military capacity, it would be the first time they have been known to set foot in Syria since the 1970s.
The US secretary of state is working to draw Israelis and Palestinians to sit back down for peace talks, and tries to persuade Turkey to help.
Despite their advances in the only armed forces that draft women, female Israeli soldiers still face obstacles to combat.
If close personal ties between leaders is a crucial component of international relations, it has until now been lacking between Obama and Netanyahu.
From Jerusalem to Petra, Barack Obama tried to set some diplomatic coups in motion, but will they be short-lived?
In the eyes of many Israelis, the ancient scrolls are virtually a deed to the land of Israel.
Obama's speech in Israel, as well as the reaction to it, have left a deep impression on Israelis.
On his first visit to Israel, President Barack Obama may have brought a new peace plan hidden in the most visible place possible: his new secretary of state.
In his first trip to Israel as president, fortifying a fractured alliance will be top of the agenda.
Disappointed with the Obama administration, Palestinians don’t expect much from the 5 hours the president will spend in the West Bank next week.
As talks on Iran's nuclear program move ahead, experts weigh in on the meaning of the publication's "scoop" on a program that anyone paying attention has known about for years.