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News and updates about Carmel

Oldest human fossil outside Africa found in Israel's north

Fossil found in northern Israel indicates humans may have left Africa earlier than previously thought.

Oldest human fossil outside Africa found in Israel's northplayer

Illegal EU-funded structures demolished

Civil Administration of Judea and Samaria demolishes illegal structures funded by European Union and built near fence of town of Carmel.

Illegal EU-funded structures demolished

Carmel Fire: Community is key to healing trauma

'We always lose something from every traumatic experience. But we also gain; we find new strength that we did not have before.'

After the Carmel Fire: Community is key to healing trauma

Revisiting the Carmel Fire; what have we learned?

Many people are still not aware of the damage of throwing a cigarette out the window, or forgetting to properly smother a campfire.

Five years on, revisiting the Carmel Fire; what have we learned?

IDF Places Iron Dome Battery in Carmel Region

The IDF placed an Iron Dome anti-missile battery in the Carmel region near Haifa.

IDF Places Iron Dome Battery in Carmel Region

Wildfire Near Alfei Menashe

Eight Alfei Menashe families evacuated from their homes Thursday afternoon due to brushfire.

Wildfire Causes Alfei Menashe Evacuation

'City of Gold' Covered with Soot

Jerusalem, usually graced by sunshine, snow or welcome winter rains, is covered with smelly soot from a huge forest fire set by an arsonist.

Jerusalem, City of Gold, Covered with Soot

Gov't Provides Quick Fire Help

The Prime Minister’s Office issues report on its post-Carmel fire activities, including help for the homeless and repair of damage.

Gov't Ministries Provide Quick Help for Fire Victims

Fire Claims Police Chief

Haifa Police Commander Ahuva Tomer, 52, died this morning from wounds she suffered in the line of duty during the catastrophic fire in the Carmel.

Haifa Police Commander Ahuva Tomer Dies of Fire Injuries

Experts: Let Carmel Renew Itself

The Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI) says tree-planting and human intervention should be kept to a minimum.

Nature Society: Let Carmel Renew Itself

'Cautious Optimism,' 41 Dead

Fire Chief Shimon Roma announces the worst may be over and "cautious optimism" is at hand but the fire still rages, total control will take time.

'Cautious Optimism' But Fires Still Rageplayer

42 Dead in Fire

Total upped to 42 dead in the worst blaze in Israel's history, many of them Israel Prisons Service cadets.

42 Dead in Fire, Most were on Prisons Service Bus player