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Jerusalem Municipality to Collect $200 Million from Church Properties

"Let the state will indemnify us and return the money earmarked for the development of the city, or we will collect it as required by law."

Israel Offering Financial Assistance to Entrepreneurs for Hotel Construction

"We are working to expand hotel room supply by offering financial assistance to entrepreneurs and approving grants for hotel construction."

Introducing the New ‘Super Bullet’ by Israel Military Industries

The new super-bullet gives combat soldiers improved capabilities while enhancing firepower equivalent to that of an FN MAG machine gun.

Unemployment Rate in December 2017 Lowest Since 1970s

The unemployment rate for the entire year of 2017 was 4.2 percent, compared to 4.8 percent in 2016.

Cyber Threats ‘Outrunning Our Strategic Imagination,’ Former CIA Chief Tells Tel Aviv Conference

"The huge arena is constantly advancing; the request for partners and allies is tremendous. Israel is a small country in all aspects, but it is a cyber superpower."

Irish Senate Mulls Bill Criminalizing Trade With Post-1967 Israeli Communities

If enacted, the law could create a serious dilemma for leading U.S. firms with Irish subsidies who will have to face a choice between violating Irish law or violating the U.S. Export Administration Regulations.

CyberTech TLV 2018 Opens in Tel Aviv

CyberTech TLV is the most important conference in the industry outside the United States.

New Scanner at Allenby Crossing Due to Increase in Palestinian Authority Commercial Traffic

"The project that we are dedicating today is an example of small things leading to a big change. We have many plans for continued economic cooperation with the Palestinian Authority."

‘Let’s Make a Deal’ in Davos: Israel, Croatia Agree on $500M Sale of Used...

"The two leaders [also] agreed to expand economic, security, water, agricultural, academic and tourism cooperation."

Israel, International Donors to Supply Power, Water & Help Clean Up Gaza

It is expected the southern Gaza desalination plant will supply half a million residents with some 20,000 cubic meters of water per day.

Israeli Startup Aims to Market Lab-Produced Chicken Within Three Years

SuperMeat meat is produced by growing cells that have been extracted from a ‘real’ chicken and cultivated in the lab.

Palestinian Authority’s Abbas Purchases High-End Private Plane

The new luxury aircraft is reportedly being paid for out of Palestinian Authority government funds.

Gaza Merchants on Strike Protesting Imminent Collapse

The protesters were not able to correlate between the Hamas policy of annihilating the Jewish State and its attacks using thousands of missiles against Israeli civilians – and the Israeli siege.

Israeli Startups Post Record Fifth Year of Growth

Israeli VC funds invested $814 million in 2017, the highest sum since 2013, and an increase of 25 percent from $651 million in 2016.

Bank of Israel Buys US Dollars to Stabilize Trade With Strong Shekel

On Tuesday, the Bank of Israel tried to slow things down a bit by purchasing more than $400 million, not for the first time.

Bibi Coming Home with $500 Million Indian Military Deal Restored

According to reports, it was the Indian military which pushed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to restore the deal, because the local industry could not compete with the Israeli advanced technology.

Transportation Minister Takes Media for ‘Fast, Free Ride’

Katz gave his word that the line would open on time on the eve of Passover the year, even though it probably would not be able to run the entire length of the route.

UNRWA Cutting Services in 13 Jordanian Camps as US Withholds Contributions

UNRWA's labor union rejected the agency's diminishing its role "in preserving the identity of the Palestinian refugee and his right to return to his homeland."

FDA Approves Teva Leukemia Treatment

The medication is approved for treatment of recently-diagnosed low-risk adults with acute promyelocytic leukemia (APL).

Israel Fines Teva $22 Million for Corruption

Last Friday, Moody’s Investors Service downgraded Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. to junk rating, citing the company’s debt load.

Arkia Gets OK for Israel – Thailand Flight

The authorization will create new competition for Israel’s national carrier, El Al Airlines.

Israeli Researchers Can Detect Drone Camera Illicitly Capturing Video

“This could have significant impact for the military and for consumers because a victim can now legally prove that a neighbor was invading their privacy."

Netanyahu Government Approves $116 Billion Budget for 2019 Boosting Social Welfare

It is probably a hopeful, even inspiring sign, that Israel's education budget for 2019 is nearly on a par with its security budget.

Report: Indian Army Pushing to Keep Israeli $550 Million Deal

The Indian military wants to buy 8,000 Rafael Spike missiles, as well as 300 launchers, as part of PM Modi's plan to gain the upper hand in his country's unending border disputes with its volatile neighbor Pakistan.

Gal Gadot New Face of Chinese Technology Giant Huawei and Revlon

Huawei gave the former IDF combat instructor the title of Chief Experience Officer.

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