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Tamar natural gas field off Israel starts production

Israel's Tamar natural gas field has begun production in the eastern Mediterranean.

Israeli military returns fire into Syria after Golan attack

Israel said it fired a missile into Syria destroying a military post Sunday.

Cyber attacks on Israel reach tens of millions

Israel has become the target of a cyber warfare campaign since the beginning of Operation Pillar of Defense.

US and Israel hold largest joint military exercise ever

JERUSALEM — If there was any doubt about the degree of cooperation between the top military brass of Israel and the United States, the coming month should put those doubts to rest. About 3,500 US troops are participating in the three-week-long drill, which was originally scheduled for last spring, but was postponed and modified.Some opponents of Obama are questioning the drill’s timing.

Israeli court rules that rare Kafka, Brod manuscripts be available to public

A Tel Aviv court ruled that manuscripts written by Franz Kafka and Max Brod will be transferred to the Israeli National Library.

Red lines needed in Iran nuclear crisis, Netanyahu says

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that Western powers were not doing enough to halt Iran's nuclear program.

"War tourists" flock to Golan Heights in Israel in hope of viewing Syria battle

"War tourists" have begun flocking to Israel's Golan Heights, reports CBS News, where they are able to see some of the explosive fighting raging on just beyond the border.

Palestinian activist ends 103-day-long prison hunger strike

Palestinian hunger-striker Akram Rikhawi ended a remarkable 103-day-long fast today, in exchange for a pledge of release from Israeli prison five months ahead of schedule, reports the Associated Press.

Cyprus: Man arrested in connection with plot against Israeli tourists

The Israeli government believes that Hezbollah is behind a suspected plot against Israeli tourists in Cyprus.

Israeli President urges Obama to let convicted spy free

Israeli President Shimon Peres sent a personal letter President Obama on Monday, urging the US to release convicted Israeli spy, Jonathan Pollard, due to his deteriorating health.
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