Israeli Jews of Ethiopian origin step up anti-racism protests

Hundreds of Israeli Jews of Ethiopian origin blocked a main Tel Aviv road on Sunday, stepping up anti-racism protests triggered by a video clip that showed policemen shoving and punching a black soldier.

Ethiopian Israelis protest against `police brutality`

Thousands of Ethiopian Israelis protested in central Tel Aviv on Sunday against alleged police brutality and institutionalised discrimination, an AFP correspondent said.

Israeli plane in emergency landing over wheel fault

An Israeli passenger plane was forced to turn around and make an emergency landing at Ben Gurion airport near Tel Aviv Tuesday after part of a wheel came off, an airport official said.

Israel cabinet unanimously opposes Iran N-deal

After conclusion of a three-hour-long meeting on Friday, the Israeli security cabinet unanimously expressed opposition to the “framework agreement” struck on Thursday between P5+1 group of world powers and Iran in Switzerland.

Israeli magician dazzles crowd by 'floating in air'

llusionist Hezi Dean baffles crowd in Tel Aviv as he appears to stand mid-air with one hand touching outer wall of Dizengoff Center.

Israelis fret about risk of isolation but concern may be overdone

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu`s re-election last week has prompted alarmed chatter in the cafes of Tel Aviv and on talk shows about the risk of Israel losing the support of its closest allies and being left isolated in the world.

Israel PM makes last shot for rightwing vote at rally

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a last-ditch effort Sunday to garner support at a mass rightwing rally in Tel Aviv where he pledged he would never make territorial concessions.

Tens of thousands attend anti-Netanyahu rally in Tel Aviv

Tens of thousands of Israelis are gathering at a Tel Aviv square under the banner "Israel wants change" and calling for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be replaced in March 17 national elections.

Madge shelling-out $20M on Tel Aviv skyline penthouse with Mediterranean view

Madonna is buying a massive two-story mega-retreat perched atop a soaring Tel Aviv skyscraper in Israel, it has been reported.

Palestinians call for boycott of Israeli goods

Activists from Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement launched a campaign in the West Bank, calling on people to boycott products made by six major Israeli food companies.

Israel book chain drops Charlie Hebdo in-store promo plan

Israel`s largest book chain has dropped plans for an in-store promotion of the latest edition of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, saying the edition would be sold only online.

12 wounded in Palestinian knife attack on Tel Aviv bus

A knife-wielding Palestinian attacked passengers on a bus in Tel Aviv on Wednesday wounding at least 12 people before being shot by a passing prison officer, Israeli police said.

Japan PM on 3-day trip to Israel, West Bank

 Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe flew into Tel Aviv on Sunday at the start of a visit hailed by Israel as an opportunity to boost economic ties.

Japan PM begins 3-day trip to Israel, West Bank

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe flew into Tel Aviv on Sunday at the start of a three-day official visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories.

New device to charge smartphone in flat two minutes

An Israeli start-up StoreDot has developed ultra-fast chargers that can charge smartphone batteries in two minutes flat.

Netanyahu vows no concessions on Israel`s security

 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu launched his re-election campaign on Monday with a pledge not to make any territorial concessions to the Palestinians that would harm Israel`s security.

One dead, three wounded in Palestinian stabbing attacks: Israeli police

An Israeli woman was killed and a soldier critically wounded in Palestinian knife attacks in the West Bank and Tel Aviv on Monday, extending a surge in violence fuelled by strife over access to Jerusalem`s holiest site.

Palestinian stabs Israeli soldier as tensions hit Tel Aviv

A Palestinian teenager stabbed and critically wounded a young Israeli soldier on Monday as unrest which has already rocked Jerusalem and the north spread to coastal Tel Aviv.

Rajnath Singh invites Israel to 'Make in India' in defence sector

India has invited Israel to become a partner in the 'Make in India' initiative in the defence sector even as the Jewish state expressed its desire to share cutting-edge weapons technologies with New Delhi.

Rajnath Singh in Israel to bolster ties; meets Netanyahu

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Natanyahu and held discussions to strengthen India's "very warm" relations with the Jewish state.