Japan Nuclear Plant Approved to Restart

Japan approves the restart of a nuclear power station for the first time since the Fukushima meltdown.

‘Survey Monkey’ CEO David Goldberg Passes Away at 47

'Survey Monkey' CEO David Goldberg, husband of Facebook exec Sheryl Sandberg, dies suddenly Friday night at age 47.

Fact Sheet: How Much Foreign Funding ‘Breaking the Silence’ Gets and from Whom

There have been cases of "double dipping," whereby the same government provides funding through multiple channels to Breaking the Silence.

Fashion Women from Abroad Visit Israel To Discover Blooming Design Industry

The women met young Israeli designers and visited diverse fashion venues and workshops.

TEVA Shares Skyrocket After FDA Approves US Subsidiary’s Generic EpiPen

The generic EpiPen, an epinephrine auto-injector, is to be marketed in 0.3 mg and 0.15 mg strengths, according to the statement by the FDA.

Israeli Manufacturers Warn New APC to Cost Thousands of Jobs if Made in USA...

US President-elect Trump is already retrieving jobs for America, while Israeli leaders may be outsourcing jobs in the nation's defense industry.

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.

US, Israel, Conclude New MOU on 2019 – 2028 Security Package

The new MOU will be signed in a ceremony at the Department of State in Washington on Wednesday, at 2 PM local time.

A First: IAI National Strategic SIGINT Center Fuses Data Integration from All Sensors

The Center provides unparalleled operational benefits such as increased SIGINT mission availability using ad-hoc sensors on various platforms, as well as a dramatic increase of SIGINT 'Probability Of Intercept' (POI) and accuracy.

Undisclosed Asian Customer Buying ELTA Fire-Control Radars for $55 Million

In 2017, the Philippine Air Force (PAF) purchased South Korean-made FA-50PH “Fighting Eagle” jet fighters equipped with the Elta EL/M-2032 fire control radar.

Russia’s War on Ukraine Impacts Israel: Kiev Bans Food Exports Till 2023

Israel is a major importer of Ukrainian wheat and other grains – as well as other items.

Health Minister Threatens to End Medical Care for Syrian Refugees Without Funding

"Starting March 5... until this issue is resolved, no more Syrian refugees will be transferred to government hospitals unless in mortal danger."

Foreign Ministry’s Civil Servants to Sabotage Trump’s Visit

The back story of this wildcat strike is the fact that the Histadrut, Israel's umbrella organization of trade unions, is in the midst of an election campaign.

Tamar Gas Field Resumes Flow of Energy to Israeli Customers

A crack in one of the pipes in the ventilation system disabled the natural gas pipeline for six days.

US SuperTanker Arrives as List of PyroTerror Arrests Grows

The US Supertanker aerial firefighter arrives in Israel as the list of captured pyroterrorists grows, with fires starting to slow down.

Israel Railways CEO Boaz Tzafrir Steps Down

Israel Railways CEO Boaz Tzafrir has stepped down after leading the railroad from debt into net profit.

Jerusalem Deputy Mayor: I Killed Housing for Arabs as Punishment for Terror Attack

"They say we should use carrots and sticks, well we're fresh out of carrots, only sticks are left."

July 4th Special: 11 Jews Who Changed America

In making our selection we looked for true pioneers, people who arrived when a certain situation was at point A, and due to their investment over a lifetime, things moved on to B or even higher in the alphabet.

World’s Largest Car Parts Manufacturer to Open R&D Center in Israel

Denso said its Israel R&D satellite will focus on innovative technologies in cyber security, telecommunications, artificial intelligence (AI), sensing and software.

Israel, Philippines Sign $19.7M Contract

The armored vehicles will be provided by Israel's Elbit Systems defense contractor.

Netanyahu Announces ‘Economic Safety Net’ as Israel’s Public Sector Put on ‘Emergency Footing’;

Up to 80 percent of Israel’s public-sector workers and 70 percent of its private-sector office workers to go on leave until after Passover.

Finance Minister Liberman (Finally) Authorizes Aid Package for Businesses Hurt by COVID

Businesses that prove annual revenue losses of at least 35% in January-February 2022 compared to the same months in 2019 will be eligible to receive up to $185,000.

TEVA Wins FDA Application Acceptance for Fremanezumab

The newly-developed migraine medication is intended to prevent the horrific attacks that can sideline sufferers from several hours to several days at a time.

European Union to Open Iran Office

The European Union wasted no time establishing a presence in Tehran.

Report: Damascus Mired in Poverty, Armed Robberies

More than 93% of Syrians live in poverty and deprivation, including about 60% who live in extreme poverty.

Tel Aviv–Jerusalem High-Speed Train Passes First Test Ahead of April 2018 Opening

The new, high-speed railway has been criticized by the political left and the Palestinian Authority for passing through about 4 miles of Judea and Samaria, most of it through tunnels.

Best Israel Commercial Ever – But Is It Too Controversial? [video]

A witty Hebrew-language Honda commercial plays on the Israeli funny bone but may be too controversial for the market.

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.

Netanyahu: Elon Musk in Talks to Build Transportation Tunnels in Israel

Musk's Boring Co. tunneling firm could improve development in Israel’s transportation network.

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