Israel

New Israeli-Made Vehicle Authorized for Sale

For the first time since the 1960s, an Israeli-made vehicle will be offered for sale locally, and eventually for export. The Transportation Ministry on Wednesday authorized for sale and manufacture…

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Argentina Blacklist Sets Sights on Hezbollah

Argentina has announced the creation of an an official terror blacklist, a step aimed at Hezbollah, which was linked to two devastating bombings against Jewish and Israeli targets. The move…

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Evacuations at Technion as Fire Threatens

The Technion was added to the list of fire-threatened areas as firefighters continued to battle numerous blazes across the country as of late Wednesday afternoon. At least part of Haifa’s…

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IDF Breaks Up Alleged Hamas Money Laundering Network

Israel busted a money smuggling operation between the Gaza Strip and Yehudah and Shomron that brought large sums of money into the terrorist group’s coffers, the IDF said Wednesday. The…

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Rivlin Visits DMZ Between South and North Korea

President Reuven Rivlin on Wednesday toured the demilitarized zone separating South and North Korea, in a first-ever visit by an Israeli president to the most fortified border in the world.…

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Report: Meretz, Labor Moving Towards United Run

The chances for a joint election run between Labor and Meretz is “very high,” insiders from both parties told Yediot Acharonot Wednesday. After a meeting between Labor head Amir Peretz…

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Shaked Shows Vote-Getting Strength in Latest Poll

The big winner in the latest election poll on Tuesday night was former Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, who would lead a hypothetical united right-wing list to 12 Knesset seats. However,…

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