Repeated checks carried out by Russia's consumer rights watchdog have revealed the absence of any desire of the owners to comply with sanitary regulations.
The chain offers its year-round condiments, declaring that they are not kosher for Passover, and letting the customer decide whether or not to use them.
The prime minister of Singapore is in Israel for an historical first-ever four-day state visit.
According to TASS, some of the passengers had refused to fly Aeroflot.
Motorola is expanding its presence in Israel; the firm is opening an Innovation Center for cyber and other technology.
Google has given a $700,000 grant to an innovative Israeli startup to produce new technology for disabled people.
The robber knew enough to wait until late into the night on the Sabbath before breaking into the neighborhood bank.
Amazon, which doesn't set foot in Israel, but whose website sell goods to Israelis living in the Jewish State, will also be compelled to register and collect VAT for the ITA.
A CEO salary cannot be more than 35 times the pay for the lowest earning employee at the same corporation, including contract workers.
Ahava's plant is located less than two miles on the "wrong" side of the "green line."
A review of the millions of Mossack Fonseca & Co. documents exposed last week reveals the PA fortune club.
Russia is offering to invest billions of dollars in Israeli off-shore oil and gas development.
This marks an overall increase of about $100 million in 2015 over 2014.
Way to negotiate a deal, Mr. Netanyahu.
A second wave of 500 Jordanian workers will be joining Israel’s workforce in the southern vacation resort city of Eilat to work in the hotel industry.
An Arab power official said the power cuts constitute collective punishment, which is forbidden under the Geneva Convention.
A Panama-based law firm leaked millions of records exposing a global network of tax havens.
The Palestinian Authority is struggling financially and depends on foreign aid for the bulk of its budget.
The new F-35 fighter jet is supposed to arrive in Israel towards the end of 2016, but there are quality assurance issues.
Rather than collect income tax on Israeli ads that appear on Google, Israel would like to collect the VAT on purchases Israelis make from, say, Amazon.