For the first time since Eichmann was captured and flown from Buenos Aires to Tel Aviv on El Al, Israel's national carrier will offer flights between the two cities.
Netanyahu will again meet with Putin to maintain close coordination and affirm Israel's strong opposition to an Iranian military presence in Syria.
Late-night comedy host Conan O'Brien is taking a break from the violence in the US and heading to Israel to enjoy the "relative peace and quiet of the Middle East," he quips.
Rivlin expressed shock over anti-Semitism displayed at a recent US white supremacist rally, but said American leaders would succeed in dealing with "this difficult challenge."
A high-speed police chase targeting car thieves in the center of Israel ended with 10 injured.
Al Jazeera correspondent Elias Karram, who stated that his "media work is an integral part of the [Palestinian] resistance," has lost his press credentials in Israel.
A Pakistani national carrying a suspicious suitcase set off a bomb scare in Rehovot.
Israel's first whiskey distillery opens its doors in Tel Aviv to show the process by which it's creating a unique single malt whiskey.
A man was killed on a highway in central Israel when driving a truck with an open crane, which hit a bridge, causing it to collapse.
“Basketball without Borders” to Israel, a program that stresses not only sports, but also "the fundamental values of life," is thriving in Israel.
Israel is participating in an international anti-corruption campaign, through which a billionaire businessman and four others were recently arrested.
Israeli Holocaust survivor Yisrael Kristal, 114, the oldest man in the world, has passed away.
Neda Amin, an Iranian journalist whom Israel granted asylum to save from potential execution, landed in the Jewish state Thursday.
Police counter-terrorism forces teamed up with the IDF to arrest a Palestinian terror cell. Following up on an intelligence tip from the Israel Security Agency, also known as Shin Bet, IDF fighters joined fo...
After fearing her life was in danger, Neda Amin finally found refuge in Israel.
Netanyahu went on the offensive, accusing his transportation minister of planning to replace him should he be forced to resign.
Netanyahu reacts to the decision of his former chief of staff, Ari Harow, to act as a state's witness in a corruption case involving the prime minister.
An Iranian journalist threatened with the death penalty in her home country has found refuge in Israel.
After losing his appeal, Azaria is seeking clemency from IDF Chief of Staff Eizenkot.
An investigation against Netanyahu's alleged corruption has entered a more intense phase.
Senegal and Guinea, two Muslim-majority West African nations, will be sending their first-ever full-time ambassadors to Israel.
Israeli archeologists have uncovered an ancient terraced street in Jerusalem that led to the Second Temple.
A Palestinian who violently murdered a pregnant Israeli woman, with whom police say he was romantically involved, now claims it was an act of terror.
“The only downside of coming to Israel is that as soon as you get here, you realize how much more there is to see in such a short time.”
Israel's start-ups are on the track to possibly exceeding last year's record startup fundraising.
Five antiquities dealers were arrested for tax evasion amounting to millions of shekels.
Netanyahu and Liberman, supported by the right, are calling for Elor Azaria to be pardoned.
The Israeli public overwhelmingly disapproved of the removal of added security on the Temple Mount, prompting the prime minister to explain his decision.
Arabs in Jaffa rioted after a fleeing suspect in a criminal investigation was shot dead by police.
The court rejected an appeal by IDF soldier Elor Azaria, who was sentenced to prison for killing a wounded terrorist.
Israeli lawmakers gave the initial nod to a law ensuring that Jerusalem remains the Jewish state's undivided capital.
A bill strengthening Jerusalem and its environs has received Netanyahu's support.
Excavations conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority exposed evidence of the destruction of Jerusalem by the Babylonians.
Israel provides food for millions of birds migrating between Europe and Africa.
Professionals from developing countries will use knowledge gained in Israel to better their home nations.
After a tense day of negotiations, Israel's Amman-based embassy staff, including a wounded guard, were released from Jordan.
Israeli diplomatic staff in Turkey are working from home amid rising security threats over the Temple Mount crisis and Erdogan's hostility towards the Jewish state.
Rivlin slammed Erdogan for not denouncing last week's deadly terror attack on the Temple Mount.
In response to Netanyahu’s leaked criticism, the EU’s mission to Israel stresses deep ties with Jerusalem.
Tel Aviv will again host the annual international animation festival 'Animix.'