Vehicle of PM’s former housekeeper torched

Police suspect arson after vehicle belonging to Manny Naftali burns down outside his home in Afula.

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Zarif: Failure to save nuclear deal would be very dangerous

Iran's Foreign Minister warns that failure to save 2015 nuclear deal would be "very dangerous" for Tehran.

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Erekat blasts Kushner after newspaper interview

PLO Secretary General says Trump’s senior adviser "represents a policy of dictation".

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When the ‘Big Brother’ loses in court

In major privacy win, Supreme Court rules police need warrant to track your cellphone.

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Mattis visits China amid Korea talks, strategic tensions

US Secretary of Defense James Mattis will make his first visit to China this week amid rising tensions between the ...
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Corbyn: Labour government would recognize ‘Palestine’

British Labour leader says a Labour-led government would recognize “Palestine” as a state.

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SodaStream, alone in the fight against BDS

צילום: גיל יוחנן

The Israeli company, which had to move its factory from the West Bank to the Negev, has been on the frontlines of boycott battles for over 8 years now. CEO Daniel Birnbaum talks about handling public relations abroad, his Palestinian employees, and bubbly water.

Russia, Iran ready to ‘reinforce’ military cooperation

Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu (R), seen with President Vladimir Putin on February 12, 2016, said Russia and Iran are "ready to coordinate their approaches on a large number of global and regional issues"Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu said Moscow and Tehran were ready to step up their military cooperation after meeting with his Iranian counterpart on Tuesday. "I am convinced that our meeting is going to contribute toward reinforcing friendly relations between Russian and Iranian armed forces," said Shoigu in a statement. Iran's Hossein Dehghan and Shoigu spoke about "the necessary measures for the progressive development" of their military cooperation, based on the accord signed in January between Tehran and Moscow, the statement said.


Israel slams French peace plan

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, seen in Berlin on February 16, 2016, called France's diplomatic plan "mystifying" and counterproductiveIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday slammed France's diplomatic plan for an international conference on Middle East peace with recognition of a Palestinian state if talks fail. Netanyahu called it "mystifying" and counterproductive, arguing that it gives Palestinians no incentive to compromise. "It says, 'We shall hold an international conference but, if it doesn't succeed, we are deciding in advance what the consequence will be — we shall recognise a Palestinian state'", he told reporters during a visit to Berlin.