Israel, The 11th Happiest Country in the WorldThe World Happiness Report 2013 reveals fascinating trends in data judging just how happy countries really are.
$100,000 Offered for Sydney Israeli Consulate 1982 Bombing InfoA $100,000 reward has been offered for information regarding perpetrators of 1982 bombings of Israeli Consulate in Sydney.
Canada Deports El-Al Attacker After 26 YearsAfter 26 year legal battle, the Canadian government has deported a Palestinian terrorist convicted of attacking El Al plane in Athens.
Israeli Athlete Again Subjected to Anti-Semitic AbuseBritish Chelsea football club has called on police to investigate another incident of anti-Semitic abuse directed at Israeli midfielder.
Father of Terror Victim: 'My Son Was a Tzaddik'Baruch Borovsky, father of Evyatar Borovsky, who was killed in terrorist attack this morning at the Tapuach junction, speaks about his son.
Israeli Gymnast Takes Gold in European ChampionshipIsraeli gymnast Alexander Shatilov won the gold medal in the men's floor at the 2013 European Gymnastics Championship in Moscow.
Russian Senator Resigns Over Israeli Citizenship AccusationsA Russian senator resigned after being accused of holding Israeli citizenship.
Israeli Windsurfer Wins Fourth World ChampionshipIsraeli windsurfer Lee Korzits won the RS-X windsurfing World Championships in Buzios, Brazil for the fourth time.
British MP Galloway Storms Out Of Debate With Israeli StudentBritish lawmaker George Galloway stormed out of a debate at Oxford University after learning that his opponent was Israeli.
Investigator Removed from Bulgaria Bombing ProbeBulgarian officials removed an investigator from a probe into an attack that killed five Israelis, after she revealed sensitive information
Israeli Imprisoned in Yemen, Accused of SpyingAn Israeli accused of spying for Israel has been imprisoned for the last several weeks in Yemen, the country’s media reported Wednesday.
US Recruits Israeli App Know-How After 'Sandy'U.S. government recruited assistance of Israeli-developed app to deal with gasoline shortages on East Coast in aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Israeli Filmmaker in Hiding After Film Sparks Deadly ProtestsA filmmaker went into hiding after his movie, which provides a negative view of Islam, sparked protests against U.S. diplomatic missions.
Haniyeh's Brother-in-Law Treated at Israeli HospitalThe brother-in-law of Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh received emergency medical treatment at the Rabin Medical Center in Israel.
Israeli Runner: They Stole My Shoes and Stole the RaceAfter failing to move up to the men's 400m track semifinals at the Olympics, Israeli sprinter Donald Sanford blamed his loss on stolen shoes
Olympics' Rogge Refuses to Answer 'Anti-Israeli' QuestionIOC President Jacques Rogge refused to say whether he denied 'Minute for Munich' request because the athletes were Israeli.
Jewish, Israeli Students Attacked at Toulouse UniversityPresident of French Jewish student organization called on the University of Toulouse to combat anti-Semitism after anti-Semitic protests.
U.K. Ousts Israeli Expert from Conflict Resolution WorkshopA workshop on conflict resolution was cancelled due to protests of trade union members, who objected to an Israeli expert leading the class.
Olympic Committee Refuses to Commemorate Munich MassacreOlympic Committee rejects request for official commemoration of Israeli athletes murdered in '72 Olympics.
Iranian Terror Cell to Attack Jewish, Western Targets in TurkeyIntelligence report: 'Unit 400' of al-Quds Brigade planning to carry out attacks in Turkey against Jewish, Israeli and Western targets.