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Around one-third of the Yarkon's golden jackals population found dead, one day after Earth Day. [Read More]
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Organisers of an initial Israeli phase of the next Giro d'Italia cycling contest said on Sunday that they do not fear the event will be boycotted. "We are happy to say that, for the moment, there is full participation by all the teams, and we anticipate no problems," Daniel Benaim, a Giro official, told a news conference in Tel Aviv. The first three stages of this year's competition will take place in Israel next month, marking the first time the event has started outside Europe. "Thousands of the world's cyclists" were gathering for what is the "second most important"... [Read More]
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Smart cities, digital cities, virtual cities, connected cities. Are these just trendy buzzwords? Perhaps. But these types of cities are supported by infrastructure that is…... [Read More]
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Netanyahu spoke at a festive cabinet meeting held at the Independence Hall on Rothschild Street in Tel Aviv, where the state was declared in 1948 by the first prime minister David Ben Gurion. [Read More]
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Fathers of fighters in the iconic brigade also participate in aerial demonstrations off coasts of Tel Aviv, Haifa and Tiberias... [Read More]
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Two thousand and eighteen will undoubtedly be a pivotal year for the State of Israel. In the coming weeks, President Donald Trump - the first American president to not only recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, but also relocate the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to... [Read More]
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This week at the Tel Aviv airport: The organizer of the Porny Days festival talks about her effort to 'inject broader meaning into porn'... [Read More]
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A row erupted Friday between Romania's government and President Klaus Iohannis over a proposal to move the country's embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. The foreign ministry announced that "a process of analysis and evaluation with the aim of transferring the embassy has been launched". Prime Minister Viorica Dancila of the left-wing Social Democratic Party confirmed Friday the government had adopted a memorandum on moving the embassy but added that other steps needed to be taken before a final decision. In December US President Donald Trump sparked global controversy by announcing that the United States would move... [Read More]
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Appoints senior executive Meir Deutsch, formerly of William Hill Online... [Read More]
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Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday that Israel is delighted with President Trump's decision to relocate the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv. [Read More]
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The Romanian government will follow the United States and transfer its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, the ruling Social Democrat Party (PSD) leader said Thursday . "The decision has been taken (...), the procedures are beginning," Liviu Dragnea told Antena 3 television ahead of any official government announcement. According to Dragnea, PSD Prime Minister Viorica Dancila's government agreed Wednesday on "the start of procedures with a view to the transfer of the embassy to Jerusalem." The government spokesman refused to comment when questioned by AFP, although rumours of an intended move from Tel Aviv leaked out last December. President... [Read More]
Far-right Israelis have tried to prevent thousands of Jews and Arabs from jointly attending an alternative memorial service in honor of fallen victims on both sides of the protracted Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Around 8,000 Palestinians and Israelis assembled at Tel Aviv's HaYarkon Park on Tuesday evening to take part in a joint alternative Memorial Day vigil to honor the fallen family members on both sides of the decades-long feud. [Read More]
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I have been in a coup d'état in Caracas, a block away from a crowded bus that burst into flames after a bomb exploded in Spain's Basque region, quarantined for almost a week in a bunker near the Lebanon border, and in a Tel-Aviv restaurant hours before a Palestinian shooter sprayed bullets there ind... [Read More]
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A U.N. council's decision to accredit an organization highlighting Iran's alleged human rights violations has drawn rare praise from one of the most prominent U.N. critics in the global rights community. In a Wednesday phone interview with VOA Persian, Hillel Neuer, executive director of the Geneva-based group UN Watch, welcomed the United Nation's accreditation of the Iran Human Rights Documentation Center (IHRDC). The 54-member U.N. Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) granted the status to IHRDC, an American organization, Tuesday by a vote of 22 to 7, with 17 abstentions. A subordinate U.N. body, the 19-member NGO Committee,... [Read More]
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University of St. Thomas student Valerie Brukhis was named a Fulbright Scholar. After graduating in May, Brukhis will hold an internship with the United States Mission to the United Nations in New York, and will then leave in October for Tel Aviv, Israel. [Read More]
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The high-end Tel Aviv food scene has finally come to New York. [Read More]
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A coworking space for tech professionals and start-up companies is opening next week in Bnei Berak, the haredi suburb east of Tel Aviv. It may not be the first of its kind serving the ultra-Orthodox population in Israel, but it's definitely a rarity. KamaTech, a program that aims to help integr... [Read More]
Veteran political strategist Moti Morel, who helped Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu win an election that appeared unwinnable in 1996, died at 66 Tuesday in an accident between a truck and the electric bike he was riding in Tel Aviv. [Read More]
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An Israeli court on Monday ruled that Jewish visitors to Jerusalem's Temple Mount compound may chant "Am Yisrael Chai". [Read More]
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Tehran's foreign ministry has warned: "Tel Aviv will be punished for its aggressive action." [Read More]
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