Israel

Tnuva Fined NIS 25 Million Over Price Fixing

Tnuva, Israel’s largest dairy concern, is set to sign a settlement with the Justice Ministry’s Anti-Trust division, admitting that it sought to limit competition on some of its products that…

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Netanya Set to Grow to 350,000 Residents

Netanya, a city of 240,000 people, is set to grow substantially in the coming years, following the approval of a new city expansion plan. The goal is to expand the…

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Over 1,500 Daven at Kever Yehoshua

Some 1,500 people entered the tziyun of Yehoshua Bin-Nun in the Arab village of Kifl Haris overnight Thursday, the night of Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan. IDF soldiers accompanied the large crowd.…

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IDF Retaliates Against Syria

The IDF retaliated early Thursday evening for rocket fire that landed in the Israeli Golan Heights, hitting a Syrian military position, according to media reports. The stray projectile from fighting…

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London Says No to Palestinian Anti-Balfour Ads

The London municipality has refused permission for an ad campaign blaming the British for the “Palestinian disaster” on the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration being celebrated this year. The…

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Bus Driver Finds, Returns $10,000 to Owner

A bus driver in northern Israel discovered a wallet containing 10,000 dollars on his bus, located the owner and returned it, Arutz Sheva reported on Thursday night. A driver for…

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Barak Swipes at Netanyahu for F-35 Could-Have-Been

An extraordinary allegation made by former prime minister and defense minister Ehud Barak that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was to blame for the scuttling of a free batch of…

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Plan Afoot to Move Togo Summit to Yerushalayim

A 20-state Africa-Israel summit scheduled in Togo but cancelled last month may be held in Yerushalayim instead, The Jerusalem Post reported on Thursday. Preliminary discussions are under way between Israeli…

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