Fragments of ancient pottery vessels used to prepare beer – dating 5,000 years ago- shows the city-that-never-sleeps hosted great parties even in the Bronze Age.
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Israeli victim Eyal Baum’s family requested that a ZAKA delegation assist in the recovery operation to bring his remains home for a full Jewish burial in Israel.
10-hour inner tube nightmare in Dead Sea comes to happy end as Israelis aid accidental castaways with dry clothes, food and phone call to worried parents; help in return to Jordan.
New system to measure Saturn’s rotation period can be applied to other planets as well.
Tikkun Olam Makers seek to solve unmet social challenges in disadvantaged communities and nations, fulfilling the traditional Jewish value of repairing the world.
SPCA and Peres Center for Peace bring 45 Israeli and Palestinian girls together at Tel Aviv animal shelter along with Egyptian, Swiss and US diplomats.
Volunteers clean up forests, spruce up neighborhoods, run activities for special needs communities, and distribute food during this year’s ninth annual initiative.
5,000 people from 50 countries are in Tel Aviv for Cybertech 2015 International Conference & Exhibition.
The Israeli specialty pharmaceutical company is focused on using its PatchPump drug delivery system to administer medicines for orphan diseases.
27-year-old Gahan Jr. met Israeli wife during his father’s 2009 concert tour in Tel Aviv.