DM Liberman heads to London to meet with his American and British counterparts for talks about "regional issues."
PM Netanyahu heads to the Netherlands to meet with that country's leadership on a mission to improve bilateral ties.
Mayor Feirberg is the first female mayor elected in Netanya and one of very few women who have served as mayors in Israel.
Peres continued his full schedule prior to Monday's procedure and over the weekend participated in an economic conference on Lake Como, Italy.
Amsalem suggested that the clash over the railroad works over the past two Shabbat days was mostly about politics.
The trains are running again and back on schedule, with infrastructure maintenance finished for the time being, according to Israel Railways.
A Gaza equipment merchant was indicted on seven charges of smuggling scuba diving equipment into the region and selling it to Hamas.
Israeli military forces targeted Syrian artillery launchers in retaliation for an attack that struck the Golan Heights earlier in the day.
The father of a fallen soldier whose body is being held in captivity by Hamas in Gaza was laid to rest after giving up his struggle after a 10-month battle with cancer.
Uzbekistani President Islam Karimov had led his nation since it declared independence 25 years ago; now there is a power vacuum and many citizens say they feel a double loss.
Ex-pat Americans faced with reporting all of their financial and personal banking information may still have some privacy.
Israeli courts maintain skeletal Shabbat and Holiday shifts to respond to the most urgent needs, like police requests for injunctions to prevent the smuggling of children.
Taking for himself the credit that mostly belongs to the gregarious Transport Minister, Netanyahu said his Government has invested almost $9 billion in a massive expansion of highways and railways.
On its face the ruling is tantamount to a NY City judge punishing a victim of violence for entering a dangerous neighborhood without first receiving police permission.
As soon as they became public, those railroad projects turned into a ticking bomb.
The daily Yated Ne'eman cited MK Moshe Gafni (UTJ) who accused Katz of acting out of revenge rather than caring for the services of his ministry.
The order for the technical teams to abandon the work sites was given after they had taken apart some of the rails, so that there was no way to resume service Saturday night.
A difficult illness has ended the fierce battle for the return of IDF Staff Sgt. Oron Shaul z'l's body by his father Herzl Shaul, z'l.
Liberman attacked the Europeans and the Americans who demand that Israel ignore the Supreme Court ruling to demolish Susiya, but to enforce the same court's ruling on demolishing the Jewish Amona community in northern Samaria.
The Global School Twinning Network was awarded the Jerusalem Unity Prize for its work in promoting unity between worldwide Jewish communities and Israeli society.