Latest Tiberias Stories

2007-07-13 06:15:49

By Younis, Johnny S Haddad, Sami; Matilsky, Moshe; Radin, Orit; Ben- Ami, Moshe Abstract To gain insight into the physiological significance of basal ovarian stromal blood flow and to assess whether its detection ability is related to ovarian reserve in infertility patients undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF)-embryo transfer (ET) treatment. Thirty two consecutive infertile women scheduled for IVF- ET treatment were prospectively evaluated. Basal ovarian hormonal, ovarian volume and...

2006-07-24 09:57:05

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Rockets fired by Hizbollah guerrillas in Lebanon landed in Haifa and across northern Israel on Monday, wounding several people, rescue services said. Three people were wounded in the northern Israeli town of Tiberias, where eight rockets landed, local police said. At least one person was wounded in the Israeli border village of Shlomi. Other rockets struck the Haifa suburbs, Acre, Safed, the Upper Galilee and the Druze village of Kisra, the Haaretz newspaper...

2006-07-15 15:21:59

By Allyn Fisher-Ilan JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Rockets fired by Hizbollah guerillas in Lebanon struck deeper into Israel than ever before on Saturday, hitting the Sea of Galilee town of Tiberias, and wounding 15 people across northern Israel. It was the fourth straight day of rocket barrages since fighting erupted after two soldiers were captured on a raid into Israel by Hizbollah militants, who also killed eight Israeli troops in ensuing clashes. Four Israelis, including a...

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