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Lost your car keys, again? Israeli app offers smart, ‘key-free’ driving

58 min 3 sec ago
Cobra launches Mobile-Key tech, allowing drivers to open and start vehicles using smartphones; hopes to start sales in US and Europe in coming months

Gaza sees record 23 deaths from coronavirus, marking pandemic’s deadliest day

1 hour 12 min ago
The Hamas-ruled coastal enclave has seen rising infection rates for past month, the beginning of Ramadan brings more danger

‘Very strange, very nice’: Israelis shed masks outdoors after vaccine victory

1 hour 22 min ago
Not everyone is relinquishing their face coverings after mandate revoked, however, as concerns linger over variants

Bennett may ally with anti-Netanyahu bloc to form key Knesset panel

1 hour 32 min ago
Amid coalition talks with Likud, Yamina expected to side with opposition on formation of Arrangements Committee, which would give it 'maximum amount of power'

With Iran on agenda, security cabinet to convene for first time in 2 months

1 hour 44 min ago
Ministers will play musical chairs to maintain balance between Likud and Blue and White members, disrupted by resignations amid political turmoil

High Court rejects petition to bar Netanyahu from forming government

2 hours 2 min ago
Justices say there's no legal impediment preventing PM from heading up coalition despite ongoing corruption trial

Unvaccinated public servants can be fired if they refuse virus tests — report

2 hours 54 min ago
Under new Civil Service rules, ministry directors can reportedly decide whether Green Pass or negative test are mandatory, can take action against those who refuse

After immediate uproar, police nab 2 suspects in beating of Jaffa yeshiva rabbi

3 hours 1 min ago
Victim and colleague were in coastal town looking to rent building for their school when group of Arab residents approached, ordering them to leave before getting violent

New York City now home to 21 Israel-founded tech unicorns

3 hours 31 min ago
Over the past six months, 10 Israeli-founded companies based in Manhattan have achieved $1b valuation, US-Israel Business Alliance data shows; 'numbers are unprecedented'

My love for an Israel-hating Egyptian writer

3 hours 44 min ago
Disclosing my Zionist ties would have likely put a swift end to my chance encounter ​in Cairo with the literary genius Alaa Aswany.

Podcast: Daily Briefing Apr. 18 – Israeli scientists take a bite out of obesity

3 hours 57 min ago
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Syria to hold presidential election next month, second under shadow of civil war

4 hours 13 min ago
Parliament speaker announces that the vote, likely to keep dictator Assad in power, will be held on May 26

A Satmar rebbe for a Shabbos

4 hours 28 min ago
Invited to Williamsburg to speak about orthodoxy and biblical criticism, I discovered a world of incredible beauty – and searing pain

At his wish, Philip’s German relatives attend funeral despite family’s Nazi past

4 hours 59 min ago
While his mother saved a Jewish family, all 4 of Duke of Edinburgh's sisters married German aristocrats affiliated with Hitler's party; chilly ties after WWII were later patched up

Israeli firm inks NIS 5.4 billion flight training deal with Greece

5 hours 15 sec ago
Defense contractor Elbit Systems to provide training aircraft, simulators to Hellenic Air Force in largest-ever agreement between Athens and Jerusalem

German police raid call centers allegedly running Israel-linked investment scams

5 hours 18 min ago
Police have arrested 23 suspects in Kosovo, Bulgaria and Berlin who allegedly operated fraudulent forex, CFD and crypto websites

Magnitude 5.9 earthquake shakes southwestern Iran in area of nuclear site

7 hours 12 min ago
Temblor centered at port city of Bandar Genaveh, some 100 kilometers from Bushehr nuclear plant; one person said injured, as footage emerges of damaged houses

Albert Arie, one of the last remaining Egyptians with Jewish roots, dies at 90

7 hours 59 min ago
Former communist, anti-Zionist activist converted to Islam in the 1960s but remained committed to preserving Jewish-Egyptian heritage

After years of delays and strife, Jerusalem Tolerance Museum nears completion

8 hours 26 min ago
The Simon Wiesenthal Center's building, slated to be 4 times larger than Yad Vashem, is already an imposing presence as it readies to open next year. But is it also an imposition?

Israeli judokas land 1 silver medal, 2 bronze at European Championships

9 hours 20 min ago
Tohar Butbul wins second place in men's under-73kg category; Sagi Muki takes third in under-81kg and Gefen Primo also wins bronze in women's under-52Kg