Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to put a halt to organized crime in Israel, a day after a mid-day hit on the crowded Tel Aviv boardwalk.
Following Spain’s lead, Portugal announced this weekend that it will grant citizenship to descendants of Portuguese Jews who were expelled during the Inquisition.
Google has acquired the Israeli internet security start-up SlickLogin.
Newly unsealed police search warrants allege physical and psychological abuse, forced ingestion of drugs and girls coerced into marriage among the fringe haredi Orthodox sect, Lev Tahor.
An explosion on a tourist bus in Egypt’s Sinai near the Israeli border wounded four people, an army source said.
Nurses and non-medical staff walked off the job at Hadassah Medical Center to protest receiving only half of their January salaries.
Hungary’s far-right Jobbik Party held a political rally in a former synagogue, despite protests.
Two gunmen on a motorcycle killed a man as he drove near Tel Aviv’s bustling beachfront on Saturday, in what Israeli police suspected was the latest in a wave of gangland murders and attacks.
A Facebook page claiming victory in getting the Rolling Stones to boycott Israel is an apparent hoax.
A Japanese e-commerce firm said it will buy the Israeli-founded Viber chat startup for $900 million.
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