Israel

Histadrut Head Nissenkorn Joins Gantz’s List

The inclusion of Histadrut chief Avi Nissenkorn into his Resilience Party is another sign of the leftist leanings of Benny Gantz, the Likud said in a statement. “After Gantz went…

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Netanyahu Names Yisrael Katz as Interim Foreign Minister

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Sunday named Yisrael Katz interim foreign minister, until the elections. Katz currently also serves as Transportation and Intelligence Minister. His nomination as foreign minister is…

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Israeli Officer Injured in Gaza Rioting

More than 11,000 Gaza Arabs rioted along the border fence Friday . afternoon, throwing rocks and firebombs. Israeli security forces responded with anti-riot measures, firing rubber bullets and tear gas…

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Lime Electric Scooters Now Riding Through Tel Aviv

Yet a third U.S.-based motorized scooter company is setting up shop in Israel. Lime began operating in Tel Aviv last week, deploying 500 electric scooters that users can pick up…

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Netanyahu: Warsaw Conference Broke Taboo

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has hailed the participation of Arab delegations alongside Israel in the Warsaw Mideast conference as the “breaking of a taboo.” “Four out of five Arab foreign…

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Golan Druze Mark Anniversary of Israeli Annexation

Carrying Syrian flags and pictures of President Bashar al-Assad, hundreds of Arab Druze who live on the Israeli Golan Heights gathered on Thursday to mark the annexation of the territory…

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Netanyahu Expected to Name Foreign Minister on Sunday

With elections coming in less than two months, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is expected to appoint a replacement as foreign minister on Sunday. The announcement Thursday was made by the…

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Court Approves Class-Action Suit Over Mouthwash

Attorneys have filed a NIS 30 million class-action lawsuit against the Israeli representatives of Proctor and Gamble, makers of Oral B mouthwash. According to the lawsuit, the Israeli company conspired…

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