Articles in "Tel Aviv"

After Years of Delays, Express Tel Aviv-Jerusalem Train Expected to Commence Operations Next Week

More than a decade after its original deadline, the direct train between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv is ready and tickets for the train ride ...

Israeli Doctors Save Life of 11-Year-Old Boy From Bethlehem

11-year-old Gamal Allaham of Bethlehem, who suffered from a benign tumor in the hypothalamus that caused him uncontrollable fits of ...

Tel Aviv Ranked 7th Best Destination For Foodies in 2020

Tel Aviv's vibrant culinary scene has received another accolade after it was ranked the 7th best destination in the world for culinary ...

In First, Tel Aviv Area Municipalities Instate Public Transportation on Shabbat, Despite Criticism

The municipalities of Tel Aviv, Givatayim, Kiryat Ono and Ramat Hasharon on Monday announced they will launch public transportation on ...

Arab who Stabbed Gay Brother Still at Large

An Arab man who stabbed and severely wounded his teenage brother on Friday afternoon outside an LGBT youth hostel in Tel Aviv is still at ...

Tel Aviv: Man Killed in Criminal-Related Blast

A man was killed in Tel Aviv on Tuesday when the car he was driving exploded and went up in flames. The driver, 23 from Ashkelon, was ...

WATCH: In a First, Israel Hosts International Physics Olympiad

Teams from 78 countries across the world converged on Tel Aviv this week to participate in the 50th International Physics Olympiad ...

The Netherlands Wins Tel Aviv’s Eurovision; Israel Comes in only 23rd

Duncan Laurence from Holland won the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv on Saturday with his song "Arcade," a culmination of a ...

WATCH: Eurovision Contestants Hit The Orange Carpet in Tel Aviv

Representatives of some 50 countries participating in the Eurovision Song Contest strode down the Orange Carpet in Tel Aviv on Sunday and ...

Tel Aviv Ranked Top City in the Middle East

Tel Aviv was ranked as the best city in the Middle East and the 21st best in the world by the Time Out Magazine. The magazine surveyed ...