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The surprising find was discovered in excavations of the Israel Antiquities Authority before the construction of Highway 200.
Some 15,000 travelers on the 'night flights' managed to depart from Ben Gurion International Airport on time.
"President Trump and I see eye to eye on the dangers...but also on the opportunities," Netanyahu said.
Tourism to Israel continues to rise, says Minister Yariv Levin, especially from China.
Pilots are still ignoring the back-to-work order by the Tel Aviv District Labor Court. A new hearing is set for Feb. 22.
Activists calling for a boycott against Israel won't be able to enter the state if a proposed law is passed in the Knesset plenum.
This is the first time Israel blocked the entry of a foreign visitor solely on the basis of their activism in the BDS movement.
Ben Gurion International Airport is streamlining its check-in and departure procedures with digital media.
Main roads will be closed. The public will be able to pay their respects before the coffin at the Knesset on Thursday from 9 Am - 9 PM (or as necessary).
Tens of thousands of travelers are heading this week to Uman to pray at the grave site of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.
The accommodations have all been approved by Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman (Yisrael Beiteinu), in the spirit of facilitating a life of religion and worship.
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.
Four suspects in a car broke through a gate and raced towards Terminal 3 -- but the security guards were faster.
More than 200 new immigrants arrived on aliyah from eastern Ukraine, the 19th IFCJ flight since Dec. 2014.
Drama on the tarmac: fire and rescue personnel, medics and others waited as an Israeli passenger plane struggled to return to Tel Aviv with one engine down.
According to the union, the Shabbat protocol will permit landings of already scheduled flights from abroad, but no takeoffs.
Jews arriving in Israel to begin new lives are telling horror stories about France that sound like pre-WWII Germany.
A boy saw what he believed was a suspicious-looking character, and yelled, "Terrorist!"