Tel Aviv


Tel Aviv Bike-Sharing Program Shows Loss

Introduced with great fanfare three years ago, the Tel-Ofen bike-sharing program in Tel Aviv suffered a dip in the number of riders in 2017 – leading to an operating loss…

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Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Sale Prospects Look Good

A number of foreign stock exchanges and other financial bodies have been taking an active interest in acquiring the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE), Globes reported on Tuesday, citing industry…

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Tel Aviv Graffiti Calls for ‘Death to Bibi’

Police on Sunday were investigating graffiti that was scrawled on a sidewalk in Tel Aviv calling for the murder of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. The graffiti read “death to Bibi,”…

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Uruguay Insists Tel Aviv Is Israel’s Capital

The furor over the status of Yerushalayim has now made itself felt in relations between Israel and Uruguay, as Montevideo rejected criticism of its reference to Tel Aviv as the…

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Explosion in Yaffo Kills 3, Collapses Building

An explosion in Yaffo late Monday night killed three people and led to the collapse of a building. Four others were lightly hurt in the explosion at a construction materials store.…

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Sarona Market Terrorists Convicted of Four Murders

Three Arab terrorists who perpetrated the terror attack at Sarona Market in Tel Aviv in June 2016 were convicted Monday on four counts of murder. Convicted were Khaled and Muhammad…

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Disabled Block Main Tel Aviv Highway

After close to four days of no traffic and no commuting, Israelis woke up Sunday to near-gridlock in central Tel Aviv, as disabled Israelis demanding that the government provide them…

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New Contest Seeks to Bring Shade to Too-Sunny Tel Aviv

After a dramatic decision by the local Tel Aviv planning council that requires planners to ensure that new neighborhoods have sufficient shade, the Tel Aviv municipality is running a contest…

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