Firefighting jets from Egypt, Greece, Cyprus, Croatia and Italy arrive in Israel for backup ■ Segment of highway 443 closed in both direction

Emergency forces continue to battle wildfires as heatwave intensifies

The university changed its mind after the Association for Civil Rights in Israel appealed the decision, arguing that since the university is not funding the Nakba commemoration event, the 2011 Nakba Law does not apply

Tel Aviv University reverses decision to ban Nakba lecture

The ten episode series '68 Whisky' follows a group of army medics is based on the popular Israeli series 'Charlie Golf One'

U.S. network to adapt Israeli TV show set on army base

The kitschy, gay-friendly spectacle gave liberal Israelis a tantalizing glimpse of the country they once cherished - but it could turn out to be their swan song

The agony and the ecstasy of Israel’s Eurovision extravaganza

Drinks at bars in Tel Aviv are expensive - on par with New York City or London - and Israelis aren’t big drinkers themselves, but the bar culture is still thriving

15 best bars in Tel Aviv: A bar-hopping guide to Israel’s sin city

Maud Mandel of Williams College says 'transcript of debate and vote indicate that the decision was made on political grounds'

College president ‘disappointed’ after student council rejects pro-Israel group

Ride-hailing startup expects to list in London on Tel Aviv

Israeli taxi startup Gett raises $120m as it eyes IPO

By every indication, Israel will be giving Hamas exactly what it had committed to a month and a half ago, but the army is already discussing prospects of a broad military campaign in the coming months as rather reasonable

Gaza flare-up is over for now; next up: Iran