Saturday, March 25, 2017
Israel's esteemed Hebrew University of Jerusalem has ranked among the top educational institutes in the world.
A pair of Israelis behind the Fansino app won first place at a prestigious smartphone app competition held in Barcelona last week.
A rare procedure performed at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem prevented a 3-year-old Palestinian boy from the Gaza Strip from becoming paralyzed.
While serving in Afghanistan, Dano was wounded in action, fracturing his left upper canine tooth.
Jerusalem’s Mayor visited the Mount Scopus campus of Hebrew University and addressed the student body.
The first student-organized Israeli film festival was recently held in a Beijing university and drew over 100 students from China.
The Israel Defense Forces Home Front Command has released a mobile app to warn Israelis of local security threats.
An Israel team has debuted a green solution to urban travel.
Mohammed is one of a growing number of injured Syrians receiving medical attention in Israel.
Israel's Agricultural Minister Uri Ariel backs off plan to deport cats.


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