Thursday, February 22, 2018
An estimated 6,000 homes were still without power in Jerusalem Sunday, following the worst snowstorm the region has seen in 50 years.
An Israeli soldier was killed yesterday by a Lebanese sniper along the Israeli-Lebanese border.
With the first snow that fell in Israel, IDF soldiers donned gloves and prepared to defend the northern border despite the snowstorms.
Israel has entered into the esteemed European nuclear physics lab known as CERN.
Israel and Russia will launch talks to open a free trade agreement, beginning early next year.
A rare snowfall in Jerusalem early this morning has blanketed the Israeli capital in white.
The Israeli Defense Forces has resumed a search for a soldier missing since 1997.
John Kerry is making his second trip to Israel in as many weeks, with plans to visit both Jerusalem and Ramallah.
The popular Internet travel site TripAdvisor has ranked Jerusalem fourth on its list of its 2013 Travelers’ Choice Awards for Destinations on the Rise.
At a gathering of energy leaders, experts discussed the need for Israel to emerge from its “energy island,” and embrace the changing energy climate.


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