Syrian air defenses opened fire Tuesday night on missiles launched from Israeli fighter jets on the central province of Homs, shooting down some of them, state media said.
Head of financial think tank that ranked Israel safest country to be in for for coronavirus health safety presented 'quite positive predictions that Israel may stay at the leading position.'
As coronavirus infections soar in both countries, Tel Aviv City Hall was lit up with the American flag 'in solidarity with the American people.'
Head of ultra-orthodox party Rabbi Yaakov Litzman calls for total curfew on Bnei Brak to try and stem massive infection rate in mostly religious city.
Ministry of Health tells Israelis to wear masks out of the house to fight coronavirus spread. CDC appears on verge of same message for America.
Critics believe the main character subtextually refers to Al-Masih ad-Dajjal, an Antichrist demonic figure in Islamic eschatology.
The Israel Airports Authority has promised cheaper rates in comparison to Europe. Two companies are expected to start storing their aircraft next week.
Here is a recap of the top Israel news stories on March 31, 2020
Kochavi enters quarantine a day after the prime minister also went into self-isolation.
Rabbi Avroham Levi Bressler, 55, of Lakewood, New Jersey, was known for his accomplishments in learning and his humility.
Online trolls have used the videoconferencing platform to harass and disrupt Jewish groups holding meetings.
Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz, rabbi of the Western Wall and Israel's other holy sites, supervised the removal to make sure it was done properly using gloves and disposable wooden tools.
On Monday, CNN Anchor Don Lemon said that networks should stop carrying President Donald Trump's press conferences live, calling them his new 'Apprentice,' referring to the president's former television show. 'He's never ever going to tell you the truth.'
The United Nations needs to break its silence and, before it is too late, take seriously Iran's latest rapid nuclear escalation.
Netflix offers plenty of fodder for those interested in Jewish-themed content while stuck at home.
Iran’s people deserve sympathy for their coronavirus suffering. But the regime that oppresses them and is still working on a dangerous nuclear program deserves none.
'Today, we are paying the price of Purim's events, and we're concerned that Passover will bring more significant events,' said Health Ministry Director-General Moshe Bar Siman Tov.
Video of downtown Los Angeles shows it to be nearly deserted as coronavirus keeps people off the streets and in their homes, Fox News reports.
Man who was hospitalized a week ago with coronavirus leaps from window after showing signs of stress. Government urged to establish psychiatric committee as pandemic stress mounts.
In defiance of Israeli law, some airlines are only offering future credit for flights instead of paying customers back within 21 days.