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Israeli Flag-Waving at Kurdish Rallies Angers Iraqis, Turks

Kurdish reaction to Israel’s endorsement of their struggle for independence has been flag-wavingly exuberant, but others in the Mideast are less enthusiastic. Israeli flags have been displayed alongside Kurdish flags…

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Troubled Teva Hires CEO with Turnaround Experience

Teva Pharmaceuticals chose a new CEO on Monday, a Danish executive who was lauded for among other things his “turnaround experience,” Globes reported. After thrashing about for six months in…

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Islamic State Spreads Poison Among Lone Wolves

Islamic State has expanded its global terror activities to include promotion of “lone wolf” attacks using poison in crowded malls, according to an Israeli think tank. International Institute for Counter…

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Heart Implant Does Well in First Tryout at Rambam

A Canadian man recently became the first person to undergo therapeutic surgery for congestive heart failure, at Rambam Medical Center in Haifa, The Jerusalem Post reported. Robert McClaken, 72, who…

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Ancient Coin Find From … 2016?

An Israeli coin expert has said that a coin believed to be 2,000 years old found by a child in Chalamish last week was not the real thing, The Times…

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Skoda Enters Smart Car Tech Race in Israel

Skoda Auto has laid plans for acquiring smart car technology in Israel to integrate into its own systems, Globes reported on Thursday. The Digilab division of Skoda Auto, a subsidiary…

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