Israel goes wild after winning Eurovision Song Contest

Thousands of Israelis took to the streets early on Sunday to celebrate their country’s victory in the Eurovision Song Contest.

Israel’s Ethiopian community mourns those who died en route to Jerusalem

During May 24-25, 1991, in yet another covert operation, Israel airlifted more than 14,000 Jews from Ethiopia and brought them on 35 non-stop flights to Israel.

As Israel celebrates 70th birthday, population grows to 8.842 million

Ahead of Israel's 70th Independence Day, the population of Israel has increased more than tenfold from 806,000 at the country’s establishment in 1948 to approximately 8.842 million today, according to data the Central Bureau of Statistics.

Israel remembers 23,646 soldiers and 3,134 terror victims

Nationwide ceremonies took place for Yom Hazikaron, Israel's Memorial Day. 71 new names were added over the past year to the roster of 23,646 who died defending Israel.

Israel, Greece and Cyprus advance talks on gas pipeline to Europe

The leaders of Israel, Greece and Cyprus on Wednesday discussed a proposed joint project for a natural gas pipeline to western Europe.

Israeli hospital treats Syrians suffering from emotional trauma

The Galilee Medical Centre in northern Israel has treated more than 2,300 Syrians over the past five years, almost half of whom were women and children; this, as part of the Israeli army's Operation Good Neighbour, which grants wounded Syrians access to Israeli health facilities.

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EJC expresses shock at proposed Roma registry in Italy

EJC expresses its profound shock and concern at the proposal of Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini to order a census of the country’s Roma population and to deport those not holding Italian citizenship.