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# Tel Aviv

This year
Robbie Keane appointed manager of Israel's Maccabi Tel Aviv FC
The Republic of Ireland legend will join the side on a two-year contract as their head coach.
Tens of thousands protest in Israel against Netanyahu's planned judicial reforms
The mass protest comes just ahead of Israel’s landmark 75th anniversary celebration.
One tourist killed and seven injured in suspected car ramming attack in Tel Aviv
In a separate incident, two British-Israeli women were shot dead near a settlement in the occupied West Bank.
One of three people injured now dead after Palestinian gunman opened fire in Tel Aviv
The shooting came hours after an Israeli military raid killed three Palestinian militants in the occupied West Bank.
Last year
Benjamin Netanyahu poised to return as Israel's PM despite corruption charges
Projected election results showed a majority government was within reach for the veteran right-winger.
Nine arrested in Israel after plane crash photos shared with other passengers on flight
The incident happened shortly before the AnadoluJet passenger plane had been readying for take-off for Istanbul from Tel Aviv.
Gun attacks kill at least five people near Tel Aviv
The attacks came after a shooting on Sunday that killed two Israeli police officers in the northern city of Hadera.
All time
Messi bags injury-time penalty after Barca star clashes with Cavani in entertaining draw
Argentina faced their South American rivals Uruguay in Tel Aviv last night.
Israel's Netanyahu calls on main opposition leader to form a unity government
Netanyahu said he preferred to form a right-wing coalition but the results showed that would not be possible.
Irish Eurovision viewing figures were noticeably down compared to the last few years
A total of 284,700 people watched Saturday’s final.
The Netherlands' Duncan Laurence wins Eurovision as UK finishes in last place
Eurovision fans are already blaming the Brexit factor for the UK’s dire showing.
Disappointment as Ireland fails to qualify for Eurovision final in Tel Aviv
Sarah McTernan represented her country in this evening’s semi-final.
'Hugely embarrassing': Emails to RTÉ show pushback against calls for Eurovision boycott
RTÉ received almost three times as many emails objecting to a boycott as emails calling for one between January and April.
Iceland's BDSM band among ten acts to qualify after first Eurovision semi final
Ireland will perform at the second semi-final this Thursday.
Everything you need to know about this year's Eurovision Song Contest
This year’s competition is being held – controversially – in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Eurovision winner says people calling for Israel boycott are 'spreading darkness'
There have been widespread calls for a boycott of this year’s event both in Ireland and abroad.
Israel vows to respond 'with force' after seven injured by rocket fired from Gaza Strip
The property was located in around 20km north of Tel Aviv.
Israeli ambassador praises RTÉ's 'strong position' on Eurovision boycott calls
His comments come in the wake of renewed calls for RTÉ to sit out this year’s contest.
This Co Clare singer will represent Ireland in the Eurovision in Israel
Sarah McTernan came third in The Voice of Ireland in 2015.
Ever dreamed of performing at the Eurovision? RTÉ makes call-out for 2019 songs
Next year’s competition is being held in Israel.
RTÉ won't sanction employees who refuse to travel to Israel for Eurovision
Campaigners have called for next year’s contest to be boycotted.
Trump announces he recognises Jerusalem as Israeli capital
The status of Jerusalem is a central issue in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with both sides claiming the city as their capital.
Israelis have toppled a huge golden statue of Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv
Locals queued for selfies with the work, erected as a dig at some Israelis’ idolatry of ‘King Bibi’.
Israel freezes Ramadan family visit permits for Palestinians after shooting
About 83,000 people will be impacted by the decision.
Four people have been killed in Tel Aviv after two gunmen opened fire
The gunmen were later detained.
Palestinian attacker kills US tourist in stabbing spree along Tel Aviv's waterfront
It comes amid a cycle of violence that’s left 184 Palestinians and 28 Israelis dead.
Police continue manhunt for Tel Aviv shooting suspect
After the attack, hundreds of police had been seen scouring the area and entering buildings to search for suspects as police helicopters buzzed overhead.
Two dead and five injured after gunman opens fire in Israel
Police units are searching Tel Aviv for the suspect.
Thief returns stolen Roman artefacts because they brought 20 years of bad luck
The man had taken artefacts from the ancient city of Gamla in the Golan Heights in Israel.
Plane makes emergency landing after wheel part falls off
The Israeli passenger plane en route to Prague was forced to turn back.
Palestianian 11-year-old shot dead in West Bank as Israel refuses to return to peace talks
“Israel will not engage in negotiations under fire,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.
Futuristic: this city is getting its own network of sky cars
The skyTran network will consist of two-person, “jet-like” sky cars which will be suspended from elevated magnetic tracks and will be trialled in Tel Aviv.
Vital organs of former Israeli PM Ariel Sharon are failing says Tel Aviv hospital
Sharon has been in a coma for nearly eight years but his condition worsened yesterday.
Tel Aviv police arrest suspects over deadly 2009 attack on gay youth centre
Two people were killed when a gunman opened fire on a group of young gay people outside a youth centre in Tel Aviv five years ago.
Israel says no more prisoners being held incognito after Prisoner X
Mossad agent Ben Zygier was identified by Australian media as Prisoner X, who was found hanged in his isolation cell in an Israeli prison.
Indoor trees and a slide: the perfect office?
Google offices never fail to impress but the ‘wild design’ is a new one on us…
Watch council workers paint 'disabled' space around a car... then tow it
The driver got a €270 fine for parking in a disabled spot, in Tel Aviv.
Blast on a bus in Israeli city of Tel Aviv wounds over a dozen
Police said the blast took place on a street which runs just behind the Kiriya, Israel’s sprawling defence ministry.
Tel Aviv: Man attacks security guards at US embassy
The suspect is believed to have approached the embassy at 9am GMT with a knife and an axe.
Israel set for January election after dissolution of Knesset
A date has been set for an early general election after coalition partners reached a deadlock over of austerity measures for the country’s upcoming budget.