Israeli PM’s own press office chief says he took issue with decision to disinvite Al Jazeera’s Jerusalem bureau chief from conference on Thursday

Netanyahu slammed for banning Al Jazeera reporter from free speech event


The purchase of US-based company by Europe's VizEat will make it the largest communal dining platform in the world

Social eating website buys Israel-founded competitor EatWith


Visiting Germany on state visit, president says weapons buildup by Iranian proxy Hezbollah requires Israel to respond

Rivlin warns Iranian meddling could ‘sink whole region into war’


A new buzz surrounds some locally designed T-shirts that savvy locals love and tourists might like to take home

The Israeli tourist T-shirts even Tel Avivians want to wear


BEIRUT/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel attacked a military site in Syria's Hama province early on Thursday, the Syrian army said, and a war monitoring group said the target could be linked to chemical weapons production

Israel hits Syrian site said to be linked to chemical weapons


After rescuing Israel's economy in the course of his brilliant career, he created a world better left to the next generation to run

How Stanley Fischer created a world he doesn’t quite get


The latest corruption investigations into the PM has Hebrew-language papers buzzing with what the future holds for the Israeli leader and his party

As the noose tightens around Netanyahu


The 2018 race will begin in Jerusalem, where cyclists will pay tribute to Italian rider recognized by Yad Vashem for saving Jews during World War II

Next Giro d’Italia, one of the world’s top cycling races, will kick off in Israel