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Intel Unveils $5 Billion Investment Plan in Israel

The hightech giant Intel has unveiled a $5 billion plan for expanding production in Israel between 2018 and 2020, Globes reported on Wednesday. Senior Intel executives met with Israel’s Minister…

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Teva Tumbles on New Guidance, But CEO Optimistic

The share price Teva Pharmaceuticals tumbled after it published guidance for 2018. The troubled drug giant said it expects the coming year’s revenue to be $18.3 billion to $18.8 billion…

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Abbas Spokesman Blames David Friedman for Rift

The Palestinians are blaming the diplomatic rift with the U.S. on Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, whom they accuse of being biased for Israel, according to media reports Thursday. Palestinian…

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Rocket Fired From Gaza Falls in Israel

At midnight on Monday the code red sirens sounded in Sdot Negev and Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Councils as a result of a rocket fired from Gaza. The explosion of the…

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Harav Shlomo Zalman Ulman, Zt”l

The Torah world was deeply saddened by the news of the passing of Harav Shlomo Zalman Ulman, zt”l, 91, in Bnei Brak’s Mayanei Yeshua Hospital on Wednesday night. Rav Ulman…

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Not-For-Profit Generics Threaten Teva Sales

A new, nonprofit, generic-drug company, representing some 450 hospitals in the U.S., poses a potential threat to Teva Pharmaceuticals, which has for years dominated the generic sector, Globes reported on…

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Second Time in a Week Abbas Slams Trump

Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday once again delivered a vociferous anti-American speech, saying that the announcement by President Donald Trump that the U.S. recognizes Yerushalayim as Israel’s capital…

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German Police Arrest Iranians Monitoring Israeli Targets

Ten Iranians have been arrested in searches conducted by German Police’s Special Forces in Berlin, Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia, German media source, FOCUS, reported at midday on Tuesday. German…

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Turtle Bay’s Knot of Knaves

Had last week’s United Nations General Assembly vote been about whether the United States, or any nation, has a right to recognize some newly established African or South American country,…

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