Ties set to expand between Israel and developing world
Three Israeli students from Ben Gurion University of the Negev won second place at the International Cultural and Academic Meeting of Engineering Students conference (ICAMES), a world-wide engineering project competition organized by the Engineering Society of Bogazici University in Istanbul.
95.2% of all respondents to the online survey said they viewed anti-Semitism as “very worrisome” or “worrisome.”
Palestinians are the only refugee group in the world with a relief organization dedicated to their issue. Other refugee populations have been resettled; why are Palestinians different?
Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority are putting the final touches on preparations for Pope Francis' arrival next weekend. But police spokesmen are frustrated they haven't been able to crack the 'price tag' nut
The Kharkov region is set to hold a referendum on independence within a week.
For 10,000 Israeli fans that filled the Mediolanum Forum Arena in Milan, Italy, Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv’s win against Spain’s Real Madrid was a sweet victory.
Australia has always had a vocal far-left constituency, but they are a minority that have had little voice in mainstream politics. Is that changing?
From its inception in 1926, Tnuva has been a household name, for children as they learned to talk up through adulthood. How do you say "Tnuva" in Chinese?
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and IBM have launched a Center of Excellence in the field of protection of infrastructure and assets. The Center...
Talks between Iran and the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France, and Germany in Vienna ended on Friday with no progress.
Ambassador Prosor: “There are three monotheistic religions, yet only two are recognized by the U.N calendar. Such discrimination at the UN must end."
The US denies President Obama had any role in the German decision to cancel the promised discount.
A woman assaulted a Jewish mother and her baby in Paris while shouting anti-Semitic slurs.
A group of lawyers have requested the UN review and reconsider any acceptance of Palestinian Authority requests for accession to international conventions, pending fulfillment of the legal and moral requirements set out in international law and practice.
It's ironic that Britain needs to grant the leftwing Tzipi Livni temporary immunity to ensure she won't face an arrest warrant in the UK.
Russian Jews led the call for a wider, global Jewish recognition of the rescue of European Jewry.
The United Nations is considering the possibility that Iran just might have figured out how to avoid international sanctions in order to continue that...
On the face of things, Jewish life in France appears stronger than ever: Jewish schools are thriving, there are kosher butchers all over the country, and the Jewish population has more than doubled since 1945. So why are people talking about the end of Europe's largest Jewish community?
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is set to meet with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas in London.