You might have figured out by now that we haven’t exactly caught the soccer thing yet, but we know sports a little bit.
The Palestinian soccer federation says Israeli authorities have denied travel permits to an official based in the Gaza strip to attend soccer governing body FIFA’s annual meeting in Brazil this week.
Mohammed Mohsein rolled out of bed at midnight, and braced by strong black coffee and cigarettes, joined three neighbors standing guard at the mosque in their northern Israeli village.
Israel is banking on Pope Francis’s star appeal to boost its tourism industry.
The U.S. Supreme Court asked the Obama administration for advice on sanctions imposed against Arab Bank Plc in a lawsuit by victims of overseas terrorist attacks.
National Mobile Telecommunications Co., the Kuwaiti phone company known as Wataniya, is ready to begin mobile-phone services in the Palestinian territories when it is allocated frequencies.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron finished a visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories with a pessimistic assessment of the likelihood of a Middle East peace agreement.
Israel could export recently discovered natural gas to Jordan and the Palestinian Territories, Israeli Energy Minister Uzi Landau said at a conference in Athens today.