Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit has ordered police to open an investigation against three former Bank Leumi executives alleged to have aided US customers in tax evasion, media reports said.
Israeli model Shlomit Malka, who was seriously injured last Sunday in an scooter accident in Tel Aviv, has returned to normal functioning.
Well over 1,500 Orthodox rabbanim from across the United States, hailing from a cross section of communities, have joined the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce’s call to support the Israeli government’s effort to combat the BDS movement, which promotes a boycott of Israel and related individuals and businesses around the world.
Jerusalem – Israel’s press office said Wednesday it is revoking the credentials of a prominent Al-Jazeera reporter pending a hearing after he told another TV station that the work of Palestinian journalists is part of the “resistance.”
The operational research unit of the Military Intelligence Unit the software unit of the Israeli army’s J6/C4i Directorate’s Lotem Unit doesn’t look like the kind of place where state-of-the art artificial intelligence is being put to work.
A joint committee of the Health and Finance ministries recommends permitting the export of medical marijuana, a move that could bring up to $4 billion into the state coffers annually.
Jerusalem – An IDF Apache helicopter crashed in southern Israel, killing one pilot and critically injuring the second the IDF said on Monday night.
Israel offered asylum on Sunday to a Turkey-based Iranian blogger who it said faced forcible deportation to Iran, where she would be at risk given her work for an Israeli news site.
Israel has offered to train Ghana’s army to operate drones, reported the Ghana Armed Forces reported last week.
Police and prosecutors are close to reaching a deal whereby Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s former chief of staff, Ari Harow, would turn state’s witness, according to media reports.