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Israel thanks Italy for stance on UNESCO Jerusalem resolution

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi on Saturday for his stance against a resolution adopted by UNESCO on Jerusalem.

Israeli army unprepared for 2014 Gaza tunnel threat: report

Jerusalem - An investigation has found that Israel's military was unprepared for the threat posed by tunnels dug by Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip in the 2014 war between them, reports said Tuesday.

Israel closes Palestinian territories for holiday

Jerusalem - Israel closed off the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip on Sunday for the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, the army said, as concerns rose over whether visits to a sensitive holy site could lead to violence.

Israeli PM slams NGO after UN anti-settlement testimony

Jerusalem - B'Tselem director Hagai El-Ad took part in a Friday UN Security Council meeting on Israeli settlements, talking about the 49 years of "the injustice known as the occupation of Palestine, and Israeli control of Palestinian lives in Gaza, the West Bank, ...

Israel suspends cooperation with UNESCO after Jerusalem vote

Jerusalem - Israel suspended cooperation with UNESCO Friday after the UN cultural organisation adopted two resolutions on the occupied Palestinian territories including annexed east Jerusalem ahead of a final vote next week.

Israel slams UNESCO over 'Occupied Jerusalem'

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blasted UNESCO for holding a vote Thursday on "Occupied Palestine" saying the Paris-based UN cultural body has lost its legitimacy.

Israel shuts down for Yom Kippur

Jerusalem - Israel shut down Wednesday for the Jewish Yom Kippur holiday, with roads, shops, airports and even radio and TV stations all closed, while Israeli authorities sealed off mainly Palestinian east Jerusalem.

Palestinian youths march on settlement in message to FIFA

Maale Adumim - Palestinian children marched on an Israeli settlement to play football there on Tuesday, in a protest ahead of a key FIFA meeting to discuss teams from Israeli settlements.

Israel boosts security, shuts Palestinian territories for holiday

Jerusalem - Israel boosted security and barred Palestinians from entering from the occupied West Bank or the Gaza Strip ahead of the Jewish Yom Kippur holiday that begins on Tuesday evening.

Israeli top digital marketing startups join Sharper Solutions Special

The New York-based enterprise digital transformation company Sharper Solutions, announced its upcoming partnership with the top three Israeli SEO, digital marketing and app development firms Exactive Marketing, Online Performance and iApps Technologies.

Palestinian gunman kills 2 in Jerusalem, shot dead

Jerusalem - A Palestinian opened fire from a car in Jerusalem Sunday and again as police chased him, killing two people, authorities said, after concerns over the potential for a new upsurge in violence.

ICC to decide on Israel-Palestinians probe 'in due course': official

Jerusalem - The International Criminal Court has no deadline for deciding whether to investigate alleged war crimes by Israel and the Palestinians, an ICC official said on Friday.

Israel deports activists on 'women's boat' for Gaza

Jerusalem - Israel has deported all but one of a group of women activists who tried to break its decade-long blockade of the Gaza Strip by boat, the interior ministry said Friday.

Women activists held for trying to break Gaza blockade

Jerusalem - A group of women activists who tried to break Israel's decade-long blockade of the Gaza Strip were being held Thursday pending deportation after the Israeli navy intercepted their boat.

Israel intercepts boat seeking to break Gaza blockade

Jerusalem - Israel on Wednesday intercepted a boat carrying women activists seeking to break the country's decade-long blockade of the Gaza Strip, saying it was boarded without incident and being taken ashore.

Ancient stone toilet bears witness to religious reform in Israel

A stone toilet unearthed at a large city gate that dates to the Eighth century BC in Tel Lachish National Park in Israel, provides compelling evidence of the Biblical tale of King Hezekiah's religious reforms when he banished all cult worship sites.

Shimon Peres: five key facts on former Israel premier

Jerusalem - Shimon Peres, former Israeli president and Nobel Peace Prize winner, was buried on Friday in Jerusalem in the presence of world leaders.

Key quotes from Shimon Peres funeral

Jerusalem - US presidents present and past joined Israeli leaders and Shimon Peres's children in delivering the eulogies at the Nobel Peace laureate's funeral in Jerusalem on Friday.

Abbas, Netanyahu in rare handshake at Peres funeral

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas shook hands and spoke briefly at Shimon Peres's funeral on Friday in a rare public encounter between the two men.

Obama says Peres reminded him of 20th-century giants like Mandela

Jerusalem - US President Barack Obama said Shimon Peres reminded him of "giants of the 20th century" like Nelson Mandela in his eulogy for the Nobel Peace Prize winner in Jerusalem on Friday.
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