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Jamaica Wants Economic Cooperation With Israel

Jamaica's PM Holness says his people live in a "zone of peace" and offered condolences on the terror attack in Jerusalem.

Michigan Becomes 16th State to Officially Outlaw BDS

Michigan passes a law barring the state from contracts with those who boycott a strategic partner of the United States.

New Israel Strategy to Deal With Smart Phone Theft

Israeli police and government officials have come up with a way to prevent cell phone thieves from using their ill-gotten gains.

Leket Israel: Millions of Tons of Food Wasted in Israel Annually

Leket Israel says food rescue would narrow the food insecurity gap by 73% of what it costs to the economy.

With Obama’s Approval, Russia Selling 130 Tons of Uranium to Iran

The agreements had been kept secret for almost a year, and were publicized only because the Trump administration indicated it was planning to go public with them.

Obama Admin, European Allies Make Secret Gift of Uranium to Iran

The P5+1 Iran Deal partners have given a green light to send a secret shipment of more than 100 tons of natural uranium to Iran as a "thank you" gift.

Young Professional Olim Prefer Tel Aviv

Immigration to Tel Aviv has come to be characterized by youth: approximately 9,500 of the new immigrants are between the ages of 18 and 35, joining a third of Tel Aviv's population that is of the same age group.

Elbit Flight Vision System to Comply with FAA ‘Zero Visibility Landing’ Regulations

The FAA recently published a new ruling to provide dispatch and landing priority along with low visibility landing credit at ‘zero visibility’ conditions.

Moroccan King Restores Jewish Names of Marrakech Ghetto

Established at the site of the sultan's stables, the Mellah was segregated for Jewish dwelling in 1558 by the Saadi dynasty which ruled Morocco from 1549 to 1659.

Commuters’ Paradise — Not — in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Commuters who depend on Egged buses and Israel Railway trains in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv were watching the news for strike updates.

Elbit Systems Meets Major Milestone in Military Flight Training Program

Elbit Systems has reached a significant project milestone with the delivery of its first training aircraft.

Chinese Pharma Investing $20 Million in Israeli Smart Shirt Startup

The hWear shirt works with HealthWatch’s MasterCaution line of products, which use mobile and cloud technology for monitoring and reporting critical health information.

Haifa Port Fined Nearly NIS 2.2 Billion Over Environmental Violations

The port of Haifa received a wallop in a series of fines from the Environmental Ministry over pollution violations.

Proper Response to UN Hostility: Dutch Israel Lovers Visit Hebron, Gush Etzion

'Our answer to the great darkness emanating from the UN is to increase the light.'

MDA TO Cut Services in Judea, Samaria, Northern Border

Magen David Adom plans to cut services in Judea, Samaria and the northern border region.

Ukrain’s Deputy Speaker: Mend Ties with Israel by Moving Embassy to Jerusalem

Our advice to all the foreign missions in Israel is to beat the crowds and start moving their own embassies to the capital, while the rates are relatively reasonable.

Hush, Hush Startup Nation: Netanyahu Awards Intelligence-Operational Achievements

The prize is awarded once every two years for high-level planning, flawless operation, and outcomes that significantly contribute to the field of preventative action and state security.

NIS 15 Billion Allocated — With A Plan — To Develop Northern Israel

There have been many plans announced to develop northern Israel, but this time the government is putting money and a time frame behind the proclamation.

Russia ‘Wanted to Delay the Vote’ at UN Security Council

Russia says it "had several issues with the wording, and ... wanted to delay the vote" on the UN Security Council resolution against Israel.

Gush Etzion Residents Boycott Arab Destroyer of Netiv Ha’avot

The Netiv HaAvot neighborhood of Elazar was built in 2001 on land which was later claimed–with the urging and support of Peace Now–by the Mussa family of al-Khader, near Bethlehem.

Bank of Israel Keeps Interest Rate Unchanged for January 2017

The financial front in Israel is generally looking good, and the Bank of Israel wants to keep it that way, so no changes in January.

Azerbaijan Successfully Test-fires Israeli-Produced Barak-8 Missile System

Azerbaijan has successfully test-fired the newly developed, Israeli-produced Barak 8 long-range surface-to-air missile purchased from the Jewish State.

Knesset Passes NIS 907 Billion Budget for 2017-2018

The national budget for years 2017 and 2018 was approved by the Knesset in a vote of 60-48. Defense, as usual, is the biggest expense, at NIS 70 billion per year.

One More Jewish Billionaire Can’t Hurt: Carl Icahn Trump’s Next Regulations Czar

Icahn, who believes the Environmental Protection Agency hurts business, has played a central role in selecting the next chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Expert: 67% Drop in 2016 Israeli Exits, But the Future Looks Promising

'On its face it appears that it has been a drought year in terms of exists and that we've hit a crisis of sorts, but the truth is not nearly so dramatic.'

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