Yoav Liberman says the solicitations can be relentless.
During May 2000, the IDF’s Military Intelligence branch obtained reports and photographs from observation points and aerial patrols which proved that senior Hezbollah officials were coming from their Beirut headquarters to tour south Lebanon.
President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial pullout of the Russian military from Syria Monday, voicing hope the move will contribute to the success of Syria peace talks.
For the first time in history, an Israeli rabbinical court has sentenced a man to prison because his son will not grant his wife a divorce.
Every home is big on glass in a Toms River, New Jersey, neighborhood called North Dover. Windows let in the sun, or show off chandeliers in multistory entrance halls.
The European Union avoids lawsuits over its funding illegal construction for Arabs in Judea and Samaria by hiding behind diplomatic immunity, Mail Online has revealed.
Sarah Palin’s husband was injured in a serious snowmobile accident in Alaska on Sunday night and is now in intensive care, according to reports.
A federal judge in Argentina has rejected a request to reopen an investigation into allegations by the late special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, according to which former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner covered up Iran’s role in the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires.
Silicon Valley’s leading companies including Facebook, Google and Snapchat are working on their own increased privacy technology as Apple fights the US government over encryption, the Guardian has learned.