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Azerbaijan rejects safety concerns by Arsenal's Armenian midfielder

Azerbaijan's Foreign Ministry insisted they had offered all the guarantees necessary to ensure Mkhitaryan would have been safe ahead of the European Games in Baku.

Elbit wins $127 million contract with unnamed South Asian army

Tactical radios supplied over a three-year period will include configurations for integration on-board armored fighting vehicles and tanks at battalion and company level, Elbit said.

PA PM: Palestinians may revoke recognition of Israel

PLO and Fatah institutions have called on the Palestinian leadership to “revise” relations with Israel in wake of Israel’s policies and the US Administration’s “bias” in favor of Israel.

Netanyahu: I am making last effort to prevent elections

A source close to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denied a Channel 12 report that the Knesset would vote on Monday to disperse itself and initiate a new election.

Police recommend indicting Shari Arison, Israel's wealthiest woman

The investigation concerns the payment of bribes to officials in various African countries, including Kenya, by the Tel Aviv-listed company.

Israeli youth suffer high rate of sexual abuse

The majority of the victims of sexual abuse are young women and girls, some of whom have turned to prostitution to earn money for food, and to temporarily have a roof over their heads.

Palestinian authorities thwarted an ISIS terror attack in Israel - report

Ala' Bashir is a 23-year-old Palestinian woman from a village near Kalkilya, who joined ISIS through "Telegram" and was planning to execute a terrorist attack in Israel.

Do you think Israel is heading to elections? Take our poll

Netanyahu has until Wednesday night to tell President Reuven Rivlin that he has enough support to build a coalition.

Do Americans like or dislike Netanyahu? - new poll

The poll, taken after the elections from April 17-30 and released on Friday, found that 40% of the American public has a favorable view of Netanyahu.

Ocasio-Cortez bashes Politico for 'antisemitic' illustration of Sanders

Ocasio-Cortez questioned why no one was calling out this article as antisemitism.

Arson, power cables might be behind Israel’s devastating wildfires
צילום: כבאות והצלה
Fire investigators say Lag B'Omer bonfires are unlikely to be cause of at least some of the massive wildfires that raged across the country over the weekend, leaving dozens of families homeless

Rivlin 'shocked' as German official warns Jews over wearing kippah in public

צילום: AFP
President says Jewish people will never submit to hate after Commissioner on Anti-Semitism Felix Klein cites security concerns as reason for his call, suggests training for teachers, police

Israelis homeless, reeling in aftermath of massively destructive wildfires

צילום: טל שחר
Some 1,000 firefighters battled the same number of fires over the course of almost three days that ravaged entire communities and damaged 50 houses; almost 8 dunams (2 acres) of land were scorched by the blaze

Coalition talks at impasse as Netanyahu threatens new elections

צילום: אוהד צויגנברג
While Liberman insists on Haredi draft law remaining intact, UTJ declares issue is in hands of 'spiritual leadership' and therefore compromise out of question; PM could settle for fragile 60-MK government, urge opposition members to defect

Ukrainian lawmakers urge new president to move embassy to Jerusalem

Some 86 members of Ukrainian parliament submit a bill calling on the country's newly elected Jewish head of state to recognize the holy city as Israel's capital and follow in Trump's footsteps by transferring the official residence from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

PA foils planned ISIS suicide bombing in Israel

Palestinian forces arrested 23-year-old woman from West Bank two weeks ago; PA says terror attack by teacher was intended to 'destabilize the region'; online campaign calls for her release

Tens of thousands of Israelis protest proposed Netanyahu immunity bills

צילום: EPA
Opposition leaders, including Benny Gantz, Avi Gabbay and Ayman Odeh, joined a massive crowd that gathered in Tel Aviv, demanding protection of Israel's democratic identity against government overreach; 'We won't have a Turkish dictator,' says Lapid

Firefighters fear worst not yet over as temperatures continue to rise

צילום: אוהד צויגנברג
As Friday dawned, firefighters surveyed the damage caused by massive wildfires that threatened Kibbutz Harel and almost wiped out Mevo Modi'im, in addition to many other blazes; unseasonably high temperatures reaching 48C maintain fear that more yet to come

UN agency aiding Palestinians rejects US bid to strip it of mandate

צילום: אתר האו"ם
UNRWA chief rejects call by US envoy Greenblatt for host countries to take over cash-strapped agency's services: 'Not up to one or two states to decide mission' of agency which aids Palestinian refugees and their descendants across the Middle East

Protest against violence in the Arab sector

Dozens of Arab Israelis rode a convoy from Wadi Ara to the Knesset to protest the uncontainable violence prevalent in the Arab sector; 'we must pressure the politicians to take action'

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Almost one in three Israeli adolescents at risk, report finds
Elem support organization delivers assessment to President Rivlin showing 30% of youngsters having problems involving drugs, alcohol, sexual abuse or violence at home

Toddler dies after apparently being run over by his father’s car
Boy, 2, taken to Shaare Zedek Medical Center with critical head injuries, doctors unable to save his life

Police to recommend charges against Israel’s richest woman
Officers say Shari Arison and executives of her construction firm had 'culture of bribery' in payoffs to African countries

Likud prepares bill to dissolve Knesset as coalition talks snag
House Committee chairman says he'll file proposal Sunday, thus preventing president from tasking lawmaker other than Netanyahu with forming a government

Israel’s largest medical cannabis producer to list shares on Toronto Exchange
Breath of Life International files preliminary prospectus with the exchange; will become the first Israeli cannabis firm to list on the TSX

Ex-soccer player among 9 held on suspicion of laundering millions
Also arrested is a former senior local council figure suspected of advancing interests in return for benefits

Likud floats possible coalition compromise in attempt to avert new elections
But agreement to 'preserve status quo' on religion and state currently doesn't include Avigdor Liberman, who refuses to join coalition if Haredi draft law isn't passed unchanged

Israel Prize-winning choreographer says he supports BDS agenda
Ohad Naharin of the Batsheva Dance Company would favor a boycott of his own performances if it would help Palestinians

Game of Thrones, the Bibi-Liberman edition: 7 things to know for May 26
As PM runs out of time to form coalition and his opponents mount united show of force, newspapers wait to see if secularist kingmaker will fall in line or prevent nascent coalition

Israeli firms fly out to woo China investors despite myriad of potential hazards
A trade war with the US and a host of other worries are not stopping some 100 companies from heading east, where they will be welcomed by a massive market hungry for innovation

Yeshivah students save the life of man with a swastika
A group of teenaged yeshivah students save a man with a swastika from drowning in a reservoir in Boston.

PM: Last-ditch effort to prevent new elections
PM Netanyahu to meet party leaders. says he has proposal all parties should adopt to prevent new elections, save right-wing government.

Smotrich: Public will not forgive those who bring down the right
National Union Party Chairman Bezalel Smotrich warns move to new elections could lead to end of right-wing government.

Shas: Liberman is not being truthful
The Shas party rejects the claims voiced by Yisrael Beiteinu chairman. 'He's using the draft law as an excuse to topple the gov't.'

Watch: Mevo Modi'im residents search in the rubble for memories
They escaped with their lives but lost their homes. 'It's an honor to be part of this nation. We've received an outpouring of love.'

This Thursday: Launch of New Nationalist Torah Email Newsletter
This Thursday, Bet El Institutions is launching an e-newsletter, offering weekly Torah insights in the spirit of the Rav Kook's teachings

Elections: 'Unnecessary but unavoidable'
Knesset Organizing Committee Chairman MK Mickey Zohar blames 'silly' clause in draft law for failure to form coalition.

Rabbi of Berlin: Kipa should be worn with pride
Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal: 'Hiding our identity was never the solution, we should be always be proud of who we are.'

Will new Knesset be dissolved this week?
Likud party preparing to pass bill dissolving the new Knesset by Wednesday if coalition talks fail.

'Agreement reached on maintaining status quo'
Likud ministers convened by PM for update on coalition negotiations. Minister Levin gives update on agreements reached so far.

Teva reaches opioid settlement with Oklahoma
Teva and the state of Oklahoma, have entered into an agreement for a one-time payment of $85 million to the state.

New Zealand army buys Roboteam's unmanned ground vehicles
The Israeli tactical ground robotic systems developer announced that it has won a tender issued by the New Zealand Defense Force (NZDF).

Sun: Banks boost TASE as Teva slumps
The big banks and telcos rose strongly today but Teva and Perrigo continued to fall.

WeWork to open co-working offices in Petah Tikva
A converted warehouse near the Geha Interchange will include six floors, 15,000 square meters and 3,000 workspaces of various sizes.

Police recommend indicting Shari Arison for bribery
Former Shikun u'Binui controlling shareholder Shari Arison and other senior executives are suspected of bribing public officials in Kenya.

Israel in the trade war crossfire
Israel has never enjoyed closer relations with a US administration, but the Chinese have become indispensable to its infrastructures programs.

Teva share sinks to lowest since Schultz became CEO
Leader Capital Markets research head Sabina Levy describes the 'perfect storm,' which has swept the Israeli company's share price down 58% since August.

Apartments sold and rented
A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Herzliya and Rehovot.

As the shekel strengthens, will history repeat itself?
Despite a recent dip, current market conditions are very similar to those of early 2017.

Len Blavatnik sells 50% Taavura stake
Leumi Partners and Phoenix have each acquired 20% stakes and the Livnat brothers, who owned the other 50%, have increased their stake to 60%.

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