Recent report concluded that almost 90 percent of the fires in November 2016 were set deliberately, but a closer look at the facts casts doubt on those claims.
In unprecedented move, Israel also guarantees indemnity from suits filed overseas that accuse banks of involvement in financing terrorism.
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Details emerge after Haaretz investigation revealed Arnon Milchan and Australian billionaire James Packer tried to recruit Yossi Cohen as a partner in a cybersecurity firm they planned to set up.
Israeli government warns it had found high levels of lead in coffee made by many of the devices recently inspected, without specifying particular machines or cafe chains.
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