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Heavy Rain Predicted, But Not Enough to Break Drought

"The government is trying to find water in other places. But the quality of the water will be very poor. So for now, the vegetables are fine, but the earth is losing its minerals and soil structure."

World’s Smallest and Sweetest Tomatoes Heading for a Supermarket Near You

“We missed the sweet taste that tomatoes once had, the taste of our childhood. That is why we decided that our goal is to create the world’s sweetest tomato."

Reports: Tony Blair Met with Kushner on Becoming Trump’s Mid-East Advisor

In May 2008, Blair announced a new plan for peace and based mostly on the Peace Valley plan, an effort to promote economic cooperation among Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority.

Netanyahu to Cabinet: ‘Working Overtime’ in Search of Amona Solution

Netanyahu also told his ministers about new progress in the Israel-Jordan-PA Red Sea–Dead Sea Canal.

ISIS Fighters in Syria May Be Felled By Lesions (Not Legions)

ISIS fighters in Syria may ultimately be felled by a skin disease likely to be wracking thousands of its ranks.

Ancient Leviathan Fossils Found in Arava Valley

Archaeologists and scientists have found remains of what may have been an ancient Leviathan in the Arava Valley, not far from the Dead Sea.

‘Race against Time’ To Contain Oil Spill Disaster in Eilat

This is the season to pray for rain, but precipitation in the Arava would worsen the disaster by gushing the oil to Eilat.

Huge Oil Spill near Eilat an Ecological Disaster

Firefighters have stopped the flow of thousands of gallons of oil.

New Solar Energy Fields Launched in Negev and North of Eilat

“Here comes the sun, and I say/It's all right” – The Beatles.

Pete Seeger Leaves Behind Complicated Legacy on Israel

Legendary folk singer and political activist Pete Seeger, who died on Monday in New York City at the age of 94, left behind a...

Proof of ‘Solomon’s Copper Mines’ Found in Israel

The Timna Valley copper mines in southern Israel are considered to date back to ancient Egypt, but Tel Aviv University archaeologists now reveal they actually are from the period of King Solomon.

Arava Solar Power Company Secures $204 Million Finances for Solar Projects

Israel's Arava Power Company has closed on financing for eight solar power projects worth $204 million. Arava, based in Kibbutz Ketura in southern Israel, will...

Israel’s First Massive Solar Farms Receive Licenses

Israel’s scorching-hot desert will soon be home to massive solar energy farms, bringing Israel closer to its goal of reliance on renewable energy. The Public Utility Authority on Monday issued nine licenses to establish Israel’s first large-scale solar energy farms.

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