Louis (Lou) Lenart, an American fighter pilot hailed as “The Man who saved Tel Aviv” during the opening days of Israel’s War of Independence, has died.
Germany is committed to help Israel preserve an architectural legacy that recalls Jewish design pioneers who fled the Nazi regime in the 1930s.
Amsterdam’s mayor scrapped a vote to twin his municipality with Tel Aviv and Ramallah following opposition by left-wing parties on the city council.
Want to travel like a superstar? Skip the French riviera and head to Tel Aviv, where The Norman has been named ‘best boutique hotel,’ by Jetsetter.
Tel Aviv’s Pride Parade drew more than 100,000 people. Check out the best photos from the event, which honored the transgender community.
Tens of thousands of people participated in Tel Aviv’s annual gay pride parade, whose theme this year was the transgender community.
Many people are comparing the Ethiopian-Israeli protests in Tel Aviv to the events in Baltimore. Jesse Lempel explains why there’s actually a big difference.
Images of Israeli police firing stun grenades are usually set in the West Bank and involve Palestinian protesters. But on Sunday the situation was quite different - riot police battling thousands of Ethiopian Jews in the center of Tel Aviv.
Israeli mounted police charged hundreds of Ethiopian-Israeli citizens and fired stun grenades on Saturday to try to clear one of the most violent protests in memory in the heart of Tel Aviv.
A declassified recording of Israeli special forces during the 1975 Savoy Hotel attack revealed how they negotiated with Palestinian terrorists while planning the raid that killed them.