Israeli and Japanese researchers are teaming on a project to learn how autistic spectrum disorder develops in the brain.
The Islamic State wants to punish Japan for spending $200 million on the war against ISIS.
Israel is not boycotting Europe. It simply is taking its business elsewhere, says Netanyahu.
Japan and Israel are expanding and strengthening their economic ties.
Another Malaysian airplane has disappeared mid-flight.
For the first time, the UN Security Council has placed North Korea's human rights record on the agenda for discussion.
The plot thickens as North Korea's Internet apparently goes offline, and Anonymous hackers enter the Sony cyber saga.
India may pull its vote in favor of the PA resolution before the UN Security Council and instead choosing abstention.
The UN General Assembly approves resolution to refer N. Korea to the Intl Criminal Court at The Hague.
The New York premier of Sony's new film, "The Interview" has been scrapped due to a terror threat.
Americans are receiving an education in siege tactics via a real terror threat from the Sony cyber attackers.
At least 145 people, including 132 children, were slaughtered in a Pakistani Taliban attack on a school Tuesday in Peshawar.
One million people were evacuated Saturday as powerful typhoon Hagupit roared into the eastern Philippines.
For those readers familiar with Miyazaki, Israel’s newest and most novel effort at tourism outreach in Japan will amuse.
Japan approves the restart of a nuclear power station for the first time since the Fukushima meltdown.
The IDF doesn’t discuss it but is not ignoring possible terror tunneling in the north.
It was an outright miracle: a tiny teahouse in the pass, and the equivalent of a Sherpa Pony Express to deliver a call for help.
The mountain trek of a lifetime has ended for Israeli hiker Michal Gili Charkesky, whose body was recovered from the Himalayas.
The Pakistani Taliban has declared allegiance to ISIS, ordering members to help the group build a worldwide caliphate.
Israeli travelers are being advised by their government to be wary of Hong Kong due to pro-democracy protests and clashes with police.
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu met late Sunday in New York with his counterpart from India, Narendra Modi. Both seemed pleased.
A mistake made by a clerk who stamped a visa the wrong way sent a Chabad emissary to prison in Nepal for the Rosh HaShanah holiday this year.
The Al Qaeda international terrorist organization has announced the formation of a new branch in India.
A Syrian rebel group attacks dozens of UN peacekeepers in the Golan Heights; others are held captive. UNDOF head is challenged.