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Israel Police Seize Weapons During Raid in Umm al-Fahm

Police officers also arrested a 23-year-old suspect, who was turned over to security personnel.

Israel Silent on Bid for Independence by Catalonia

The Spanish Constitutional Court ruled a referendum held in Catalonia on October 1 was 'invalid' but 90 percent voted for secession.

‘Rain for Your Land at the Proper Time’ in Israel

In Tiberias, the central bus station was flooded by the deluge.

9 Israelis Hurt in Nepal Accident

The tourists were injured in a motor vehicle accident.

Israeli Gymnast Wins Silver Medal in World Championship

Artem Dolgopyat scored 14.53 points in the global competition.

Honored Russian Jewish Pianist Michael Klein, 72, Dies On Stage

“Forty-five years he worked at the Philharmonic and literally till his last breath he served the music."

IDF Soldier Dies After Collapse in Military Prison 4

The soldier was admitted to the hospital in critical condition after her collapse.

Adelson Shares Disappointment With Trump Over Stalled Embassy Move

Adelson has been a major supporter of the Republican Party, and donated millions of dollars to Trump’s presidential campaign.

Angry Senior Citizen Burns Down Neighbor’s Sukkah

Police were told the suspect didn’t like where his neighbor wanted to build his sukkah, who then nevertheless built it on the site.

Labor Party MK Eral Margalit Resigns Knesset

Margalit says he will return to his prior occupation as an entrepreneur, and will head the foundation he launched with his wife 15 years ago.

Lurking Clowns Turn Israeli Towns Scary After Dark

“Someone jumped behind me with a clown costume and yelled at me. . . I had a pistol, and it’s lucky I didn’t shoot him by mistake."

Swastikas Painted on Sign to Site of Ancient Susiya Excavation

The swastikas were spray-painted on to the sign during the Jewish holy day of Yom Kippur.

Watch Netanyahu Speak to Grieving Las Vegans: ‘We Shall Overcome, Together’

"The people of Israel stand with the people of America this time and anytime, but especially in this time.”

Equifax Reveals 2.5 Million More Affected by Breach, Totaling 145.5M

Interim Equifax CEO Barros says the nightmare is not yet over: “The company’s investigation ... is expected to be completed in the coming weeks."

IDF Steps Up Bedouin Recruitment Efforts

The number of Bedouins volunteering for IDF service currently stands at around 450 per year.

NYS Probes Germany’s Marxist Leninist Party Accounts at Deutsch Bank

The NYS Comptroller focusing on accounts belonging to Germany's Marxist Leninist party in a probe aimed at the PFLP terrorist group.

50 Arrests As Hundreds of Neo-Nazis March in Gothenberg, Sweden

Seven people were injured in the riot that followed, including one Gothenberg city police officer.

Trump Advises Tillerson: Don’t Waste Time Talking to North Korea

"I told Rex Tillerson, our wonderful Secretary of State, that he is wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man."

US to Pull Non-Essential Diplomatic Personnel from Cuba

The move follows unexplained “health attacks” on 21 staff in Havana; it's not yet clear "who is responsible or what is causing these attacks."

Israeli Rescued in Nepal

A Magnus rescue force tracked down and rescued the hiker, who had broken both of his legs and one arm.

United Hatzolah Treats 2,000 Medical Emergencies in Israel on Yom Kippur

The majority of the cases dealt with people who fainted, were dehydrated, or felt severely ill due to the fast.

Survey: Most Arab Citizens Have Positive Attitude to Israel

Israeli Arabs feel generally good in Israel, but “attitudes toward the institutions of the State of Israel are very critical.”

Israel Jumps Eight Places in Global Competitiveness Index

Israel came in third in innovation, seventh in technological readiness; 11th in financial market development and 15th in business sophistication.

Israeli Agro Companies Fight Black Sigatoka Banana Fungus With Biotech

Genome editing technology involves targeted modifications in a cell’s DNA in order to develop a potentially safer and healthier product.

Israeli Scientists Warn Fever During Labor May Present Risk to Mother

Tel Aviv researchers say fever during labor triggered by bacterial infection may cause neonatal complications.

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