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Undisclosed Asian Customer Buying ELTA Fire-Control Radars for $55 Million

In 2017, the Philippine Air Force (PAF) purchased South Korean-made FA-50PH “Fighting Eagle” jet fighters equipped with the Elta EL/M-2032 fire control radar.

Saudi Jet Crashes near Jordan Killing Both Pilots

This model offers the latest cockpit and training system modifications to help Saudi pilots transition to the Eurofighter Typhoon combat jet.

Palestinian Authority Date Industry Growing Well, Says Israeli Military Liaison

At present, Palestinian Authority farmers in Judea and Samaria own and work groves totaling some 18,000 dunams, an exponential increase from the 2,500 dunams they had in 2005.

Medicinal Herb Festival Entices Hundreds to Jerusalem

Holistic medicine is a significant component of medical care in Israel.

Israeli Hotel Named Best Hotel in Africa, Middle East by Conde Naste Traveler Magazine

The other four Israeli winners were all located in Jerusalem: the King David, the Waldorf Astoria, the David Citadel, and the Mamilla Hotels.

Saudi Stocks Dive 7% over Trump’s Threat in Khashoggi Disappearance

"As of this moment, they deny it, and they deny it vehemently. Could it be them? Yes," Trump said.

Tehran U. Professor: Iran’s Situation Will Improve following Nov. 4 Sanctions

"After November 4, there won’t be a catastrophe, and as a result a state of peace will prevail."

IAI to Provide WindGuard Radar to US Army

The WindGuard is a combat-proven system installed on IDF Merkava and Namer tanks.

Israeli Frankincense Farmer Faces Hostility in Europe and Next Door

Location, Location, Location, in this case, adds a touch of frustration and sadness to what otherwise is yet another story of Israeli ingenuity offering amazing goods to the world.

Russia, Israel, to Finalize Work on Adoptions Despite Complications

In February 2014, Russia enacted regulations banning the adoption of Russian children by same-sex couples or by single people from countries where same-sex marriages are legal.

American-Israeli Professor Appointed Governor of Bank of Israel

Prime Minister Netanyahu has shown a clear preference for American trained economists.

Netanyahu to Welcome Intel’s International Management Execs

“The visit highlights our commitment to Israel and our belief that Israel is a catalyst in promoting the technology that will drive the coming era."

Bank of Israel Keeps Interest Rate Unchanged at 0.1%

GDP is expected to grow by 3.7 percent in 2018 and by 3.6 percent in 2019.

Israel Aerospace Industries Completes Autonomous Detection and Neutralization System

The system may operate in any terrain and has a precision operation system that generates a real image of the arena.

Tel Aviv Appeals to High Court Over Halt on Shabbat Bridge Construction

MK Uri Maklev argued that "just as you know how to close the streets for marathons and bicycle races and other such events, the same approach must be used in building such complex engineering infrastructures."

Yitzhak Ezer, Chairman of Israel’s Paz Oil, Resigns

Paz Oil is 61 percent owned by a conglomerate of Israeli financial institutions led by Clal Insurance, Meitav Dash, Phoenix Holdings, Harel Insurance, Menora Mivtachim and Migdal Insurance.

Israel-Egypt Pipeline to Bring Big Money to Both Countries

The deal, worth $518 million, provides a 39 percent stake and gives the partners exclusive rights to use and lease the pipeline that connects Israel with Egypt.

Israeli Scientists Have Bad News for Users of Artificial Sweeteners

The bacteria found in the digestive system (e.g. E. coli) had a toxic response when exposed to concentrations of only one mg./ml. of the artificial sweeteners.

Facebook Breach Affects Nearly 50M Users

“I Think this underscores the attack that our community and our service face,” Zuckerberg said, “and the need to keep on investing heavily in security and being more proactive about protecting our community.”

Report: India Halting Iranian Oil Imports Starting November

India is the world's second largest buyer of Iranian oil.

UK Exports to Israel Soar 75 Percent in First Half of 2018

More British companies are interested in the Israeli market.

World Bank Reports Gaza Economy in Collapse

The World Bank press release does not mention Hamas, possibly because the authors take it for granted that Hamas is the chief culprit in the demise of Gaza's economy, so there's no need to mention it.

Elbit Gets $173 Million Contract for Naval Weapon Stations to Unnamed Asia-Pacific Country

Under the contract, Elbit Systems will provide lightweight, fully stabilized dual-axis Naval RCWS to be installed onboard a wide range of vessels.

Israel’s All-Terrain EZRaiders Latest Law Enforcement Rage

Israel Police this year has been purchasing the four-wheel tactical electric vehicles to carry fighters and equipment in difficult terrain.

India Oil Firm Cancels Imports from Iran

The company is ending the relationship in order to keep its insurance coverage once new sanctions against Iran by the United States take effect.

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