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North Korea Fires ‘Scud-type’ Ballistic Missile Towards Japan

North Korea recently developed a new missile called the Scud-ER (extended range), capable of flying up to 1,000 kilometers – as far as Japan.

Israel Tests Rocket Propulsion System at Palmachim Air Base

Rocket propulsion systems have in the past been tested by Israel in 2013 and in 2015.

Ancient Water System Discovered Near Ramat Bet Shemesh

These old wells are not very difficult to discern, because of the palm trees that grow around them and the fact that they are surrounded by thick, flourishing aquatic flora.

KFC Coming Back to Roost in Israel

KFC representatives have met with potential franchisees, toured potential sites with real estate agents, and set a goal of 100 branches in five years. It's the chain's fourth crack at the Israeli market.

Greenblatt: Trump Eager to Start Negotiating Core Israel-PA Issues

An Israeli source said told that PA officials who attended Trump's encounter Abbas were disheartened by the negative atmosphere of the exchange.

Efrat School Wins Prestigious National Education Award

The Orot Etzion Boys School in Efrat was selected as the best school in Israel this year.

Pro-Settlement Asians Visit Judea and Samaria

The group included businessmen who expressed their desire to establish partnerships with manufacturers in Judea and Samaria.
Sign prohibiting entry to Israeli vehicles into Area “A.” Photo: IDF

Regavim Calls for Independent Census of Palestinian Authority Arabs

Regavim argues there's no reason to transfer any part of Area C to the Palestinian Authority when their population numbers are clearly inflated.

Knesset to Debate Lapid Party’s Illegal Use of Holocaust Survivors’ Data

Yesh Atid used the data for direct mail inquiries sent to the same Holocaust survivors prior to the March 2015 elections.

State Admits: UN Construction at Armon Hanatziv Is Illegal, But What Can We Do

The government will set up a ministerial team to formulate government policy on UN activities in Armon Hanatziv.

Israel Praises Norway for Revoking Funds from PA Center Named for Terrorist

“Standing strongly against the positive commemoration of terrorists is an essential part of the international effort to eradicate terrorism," Israel said.

Stoning Terror Attack Near Kiryat Arba-Hebron

Although no one was physically hurt in this attack, stoning can and sometimes does result in serious injury -- and even death.

Cabinet Approves Cable Car Project to Western Wall for 50th Anniversary of Jerusalem Reunification

Tourism Minister Yariv Levin called it "an important decision that will change the face of the city and significantly upgrade the tourist experience."

Entrance to Compound of Jewish Homes in Jerusalem’s Old City Torched

"This is not the first time that Arabs have damaged the door leading from the street to the compound."

PLO Secretary-General Saeb Erekat Condemns Israeli Cabinet Meeting, ‘Illegal Decisions’ at Western Wall

Erekat claims Israel is deliberately sabotaging international efforts to revive the peace process and working to annex Judea and Samaria.

Palestinian Authority Security Forces Arrested as Part of Terror Cell

One of the Palestinian Authority security service members in the terrorist cell had already served time in an Israeli prison on terror charges.

US Testing Anti-ICBM Defense System in Response to North Korea

It will be the first time the system has been used to intercept an ICBM.

Estonian Jewry Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary of First Jewish Center Since WWII

"Both our nations know what it means to maintain our identity and freedom even under the threat of foreign powers."

Cornerstone Laid for Largest Medical Center in Judea, Samaria

The center is modeled on the Efrat Medical Center, which is located south of Jerusalem in the Etzion bloc.

Need Experts to Denigrate the Six Day War Miracle? Have We Got a List...

Daniel Bar-Tal, Emeritus Professor at the School of Education at Tel Aviv University, Areas of expertise: Militarism in Israeli society; Culture and ethos of Conflict

New Settlement Approved for Amona Evacuees

Forty-two families were expelled from their homes in Amona in February in keeping with a 2006 Supreme Court ruling.

Hamas to Israel: If You Reduce Electricity There Will Be Consequences

The PA initially notified Israel it stopped paying for electricity from the Jewish State to Gaza altogether, but later statements appear to mention a reduction rather than a full stop.

Special Cabinet Meeting in Kotel Tunnel to Approve Elevator, Cable Car

Today, the only access road to the Wailing Wall from the Jewish Quarter is the stairway, a drop of about 26 yards.

Ayoub Kara Appointed Minister of Communications

PM Netanyahu will be handing over this closely guarded ministry to Ayoub Kara.

Civilian Complaints Down following Israeli Police Body Camera Experiment

The findings of an experiment conducted by Police have shown that the camera documenting an incident changes the policeman's behavior for the better and improves the service he or she provides.

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