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Netanyahu, Modi to Collaborate Against Terrorism

"PM Netanyahu and I agreed to do much more together to protect our strategic interests, and combat growing radicalization, including in cyberspace.”

Israel’s Water-Gen, India’s SUN Group Sign MOU on Day 1

The MOU was signed at a special event held by the Israel Association of Industrialists in Tel Aviv.

Watch Netanyahu, Modi as Delegations Move Quickly on Day 1 of Historic Visit

The Danziger Farm named a variety of white chrysanthemum after Prime Minister Netanyahu and India's Prime Minister Modi.

India’s PM Narendra Modi Arrives in Israel

The visit of India's head of state, who is seen as the "rock star of global diplomacy," marks 25 years of diplomatic relations between Israel and India.

Amazon Coming to Tel Aviv’s Azrieli Sarona Tower

Amazon is to receive 11 floors -- a bit more than 15 percent of the total building space at the tower.

Tamar Gas Field Estimates Increase by 13%

“The Tamar reservoir has made the Israeli economy self-sufficient in energy, but the natural gas revolution in Israel is only beginning."

Japan’s Bank Apologizes for Praising Hitler

Public figures in Japan, a German ally in World War II, occasionally cause controversy when they express favorable comments about economic or other aspects of the Nazi regime.

Congress Adding $705 Million Aid to Israel Thumbing Nose at Obama Limits

The new awarded funds appear to contradict an agreement between the Obama White House and Israel, which complemented last year's package of $38 billion in military assistance over the next decade.

US Dollar Falls Below 3.5 Against Israeli Shekel

Since the beginning of this year, the dollar has dropped nine percent against the shekel.

Elbit’s Unmanned Seagull™ Demonstrated Operational Capabilities in Belgian North Sea

Elbit Systems displayed Seagull’s quick mission ready capabilities in an unfamiliar setup, installing a mobile Command and Control unit onboard a Belgian Pollux Patrol Boat and completing all tasks in just a few hours.

Russia Planning Free Trade Zone with India, Egypt, Iran, Israel

'Regarding India and Egypt, I think we will start talks this year, probably closer to the year-end. Negotiations with Israel have already started.'

Israel, New York Collaborate on Roosevelt Island Hi-Tech Center

The campus results from a collaboration between Haifa's Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and New York’s Cornell University.

Israeli Finds Way to Block Ransomware Attacks

Amit Serfer sees his solution as an inoculation against the invading virus.

Israeli Prof. Berta Levavi-Sivan Gives World Bigger Fish

In Europe, aquaculture accounts for about 20% of fish production and directly employs some 85,000 people.

Netanyahu: Israel Beating ‘Dozens’ of Cyberattacks a Month

Identifying as Israeli is a distinct advantage in today’s cybertech industry.

Israel Aerospace Industries in Project to Turn Boeing 737 into Freighter

Bedek and Tianjin expect the new partnership will be up and running quickly so that the first Converted B737-700 Aircraft is certified and delivered to their launching customer.

Bank of Israel: Gemachim Need Not Report Up to $50 Million to IRS

The pressure applied by Knesset Finance Committee Chairman MK Moshe Gafni has worked, and The Bank of Israel has instructed the banks on granting exemptions to Gemachim from reporting to the US authorities to comply with the FATCA agreement.

Coalition Social Democrats Threaten to Kill Israel’s $652 Million Drone Sale to Germany

The SPD's objections come down to the Israeli drones' ability to carry out targeted killings.

Modi First Indian PM to Visit Israel

“In 70 years of Israel's existence no Indian prime minister has ever visited."

Report: Netanyahu, Liberman Won’t Release Judea, Samaria Construction Tenders Before 2018

Despite repeated requests by the settlers, Netanyahu refused to promise that tenders would be released in the next construction beat in September, because of his agreement with the Trump Administration. New construction plans are approved four times a year.

Delek Drilling LP Sells Rights in Tamar Gas Field

The “floatation” is worth about $1.2 billion, the biggest ever to be offered on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE).

Civil Rights Groups Praise Decision Banning Gender Separation on El Al

"When the only contact people have with the Orthodox Jewish world is negative and aggressive, it reflects badly on all of us," a hareidi-religious businesswoman said.

Meet Elbit’s SkyStriker, a Dangerous Loiterer

The system delivers high reliability to dismounted soldiers allowing them to engage and abort missions up to two seconds to impact.

Israel Continues to Reduce Gaza’s Electricity Supply, Egypt Helping Just a Little

We should note that in order for everything to start getting better, the Gaza Strip Hamas government needs to announce that it has abandoned its plans to push the Jews of Israel into the sea, and agree to the effective demilitarization of Gaza.

Jerusalem Launches Millennials Discount Package: Jerusalem for Under $45 a Day

Discounts for young travelers ages 20 to 40 include museums, hotels, restaurants and shows.

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