It's the first such sighting to be reported this year, one that heralds the annual fall migration.
Some pictures of shrapnel damage from some of the rockets that hit Sderot.
The Nahal Hadera Park.
The home was built in 1925.
Baruch Marzel was arrested for standing in protest outside the permitted area.
Chief Sephardi Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef will be trading places with Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi David Lau on Sunday.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat arrived at the wedding of the grandson of Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem Rav Amar, along with Minister for Jerusalem Affairs Ze'ev Elkin.
A construction crane is at the Kotel.
De nouveaux immigrants français sont arrivés aujourd'hui à l'aéroport Ben Gurion en Israël.
Photos from Tisha B'Av eve.
Palestinian Authority Arabs in Shechem (Nablus) protest against Trump's "Deal of the Century" peace plan.
COGAT: "Apparently it’s not enough to destroy nature with kites; now falcons are being used for terror as well."
We walked in and weren't sure if this was a store or a museum.
Tiveria hasn't been in the news this much in a long time.
If we hadn't heard Josh's American-accented Hebrew we might not have noticed Urbun.
We couldn't help but notice the clouds that were tied up to the buildings in Jerusalem's Italian Quarter.
Elor Azaria returned to Hebron on Tuesday and toured as a civilian.
The Old City of Jerusalem during the Light Festival.
Photos of the beautiful beaches of Jisr az-Zarqa.
Site of the new caravans housing the evacuees from the new Nativ Ha'avot, meters away from their old homes.
A Gazan rocket hit near a kindergarten.
The police visited Shuva Malka in the hospital, and told her how they captured the terrorist.
Shuva Malka is all smiles after she was moved out of the ICU, after being stabbed 9 times by a terrorist.
These two youth have the honor of being the first two people arrested at the protests in Netiv Ha'Avot on Tuesday morning.