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Ilana Messika, TPS
Ilana Messika, TPS

A maritime scientist studies the coral reefs in the Gulf of Eilat. (EPFL)

Eilat’s resistance to global warming could re-seed other reefs

EILAT (TPS) — Coral reefs in the Gulf of Eilat, on Israel’s southern coast at the northern tip of the Red Sea, are particularly resistant to global warming and could...

Aerial view of the work in the Caesarea harbor. (Griffin Aerial Photography)

Israel Antiquities Authority to overhaul Caesarea

The Edmond de Rothschild Foundation and Caesarea Development Corporation announced on April 26 the allocation of more than 100 million shekels (around $27.5 million) to...

Graves and gates on the Mount of Olives Cemetery in Jerusalem.

Mt. of Olives to get visitor center

The Jerusalem municipality has announced plans to build a visitor center at the Mount of Olives, the oldest Jewish cemetery in the world, which overlooks the Temple...

The pendant found at Sobibór is engraved with the words mazel tov and the date July 3, 1929. (Ashernet)

Pendant found at Sobibór, possibly tied to Anne Frank

A multinational team of archaeologists has unearthed a trove of personal items at the site of the Sobibór death camp, including a pendant which could be tied to Anne...

Elon Azaria pictured during an earlier phase in his trial in Jaffa military court, Aug. 28, 2016. (Hillel Maeir/TPS)

IDF sergeant Azaria convicted of manslaughter

IDF Sgt. Elor Azaria was convicted of manslaughter Wednesday, Jan. 4, for the shooting death of a Palestinian terrorist in Hebron last March. Azaria was caught on video...