The 15-member United Nations Security Council’s emergency meeting on Monday failed to take action against North Korea for its hydrogen bomb test on Sunday, as both China and Russia refused to cooperate with the Western members.
France warns UN Security Council of "insufficient progress" in talks between world powers and Iran over its nuclear technology program.
After two years of hard work and negotiations, the Psagot wine factory shipped their first container to China a few days ago.
The café opened in 1939 and was closed n 1949.
China’s Yuanda Enterprise Group announced last week that it had bought the Israeli company AutoAgronome Israel Ltd for $20 million in order to expand its business to high-tech agriculture.
A series of economic agreements are to be signed during the visit that will boost Israeli industry.
Iranian crude oil production rose in July to its highest level in two years.
Twitter has suspended dozens of Hebrew-language accounts operated by the Church of Almighty God—a Christian group banned in China that believes Jesus has been reincarnated as a Chinese female now residing in Queens, N.Y.—ahead of Tuesday’s Israeli elections.
Tel Aviv has closed a deal to build its Light Rail with a Chinese firm that is doing business with Iran.
Information belonging to 21.5 million Americans is compromised in a mega hack of a federal agency by cyber thieves.
Playtika's games are played daily by more than 6 million people in 190 countries, in 12 languages and on more than 10 platforms.
Israel's health ministry expects that in the coming days there will be many suspected cases of Coronavirus in arrivals from China, most of which will likely turn out to be other diseases.
US President-elect Donald Trump is making cyber defense a priority in his new administration, citing hacking by Russia and China to show why it's needed.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu slams nuclear negotiators in Vienna, warning the current deal "endangers world peace."
"I have instructed the Biological Institute and the Health Ministry to work on producing a vaccine for the virus and to set up a vaccination network," Netanyahu announced.
The general did not say which variant of the missile the country bought, bu did mention the DF 21 is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
China's Hainan Airlines plans to start flying between Beijing and Tel Aviv three times a week starting in September, reflecting the sharp rise in...
The medical supplies were sent directly to the Chinese Ministry of Health.
A number of auto firms from the US, Europe and Asia are already involved in Israel's "smart car revolution."
China is Israel’s second-largest trading partner.
The protective kits, which include special suits, masks, glasses, shoes and hats, aim to prevent infection in the event of contact with a sick person.
The two university, and by extension all Ivy League schools, are accused of vigorously soliciting funds from foreign governments, companies and individuals who are openly hostile to the US.
PM Netanyahu invited members of UNESCO to take a trip to the Arch of Titus to view the treasures of the Holy Temple and refresh their historic memories.
The US is worried the hack of millions of federal employee records will help the Chinese identify American spies.
Iran is demanding new concessions on the nuclear deal that everyone thought was all sealed up. Surprise!
Chinese firms are snapping up promising Israeli companies as they go on sale.
Over the past few years, Chinese enrollment in Israeli universities has sky-rocketed, with thousands of Chinese students currently studying in Israel.
The prime minister "spoke ... with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the wake of the exposure of the documents on the Iranian plan to achieve nuclear weapons."
China has acquired $7 billion in Israeli assets in the past three years.
The transaction’s terms are pending the successful entry into service of Spacecom’s Amos-6 telecommunications satellite, scheduled for launch Sept. 3.