The Bank of Israel announces it will purchase $1.5 billion in 2017 to offset the effect of natural gas production.
The defense ministry underlines Israel's leadership in the field of cyber security exports.
According to the Israel Ministry of Defense, F-35 related cooperation between Lockheed Martin and Israeli defense companies has reached $993 million.
The GroundEye system displays a panoramic picture, gathering data from multiple sensors, to locate suspicious movements near the border -- cheaper and better than a wall.
Israelis will get 6 Sundays off a year.
The current order is believed to be more than $130 million for hundreds of Rafael's Trophy systems.
Israel gets an A+
In March 2000 the Israeli government was refused permission to purchase BGM-109 Tomahawk missiles.
The Volcani tour will conclude with new sensors to monitor milk quality and output in cows, and new wheat storage solutions that protect against pests.
A new railway line has opened up in northern Israel, from Haifa to Beit She'an. Maybe someday it will reach Jordan, PM Netanyahu says.
Rare documents on sale at Kedem Auction House reveal new depths to our greatest thinkers.
In 2015, the Israeli cyber sector reached $4 billion in total sales, representing 5% of that year's global sales in this sector.
Back in October, Mana organized a private auction to benefit the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign.
Chareau, whose wife Dollie Dyte Chareau was Jewish and whose mother came from a Sephardic family, fled to the United States in 1940.
Tel Aviv came up third for the second year in a row on an 8-point rating scale, ahead of NYC and LA.
According to Human Rights Watch, the Egyptian authorities demolished at least 3,255 residential, commercial, administrative, and community buildings along the border, forcibly evicting thousands of people.
"In Judaism buildings aren’t so important, they are places that we use… but we move, we move a lot."
It is a typically edifying poem of the sort that was often written in "poezie albums," exhorting the owner to do her best and be diligent at work.
Spacecom will receive $196 million for the loss of the Amos 6 satellite, but that doesn't cover the cost of lost revenue.
Nearly two million tourists have arrived in the Holy Land so far, and we haven't yet seen the winter holiday season.