Imports of loose tobacco, which are taxed at a much lower rate than cigarettes, rose last year as Israelis increasingly opt to roll their own.
Delek Drilling to dual-list shares abroad after Avner merger; Fruatarm posts 10% rise in quarterly profit, vows to cut costs in 2017; Shares closed mixed as dollar and euro resume their losses on the shekel.
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Police condemn incident as severe and unbefitting of an officer, saying the cop has been suspended.
Ambassador Bashar Jaafari says Syrian use of anti-aircraft missiles against Israeli fighter jets also sends another message to Jerusalem.
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The apartment featured in Yasmin Davis' enigmatic video work carries on a coordinated dialogue with the gallery-apartment in which it is being displayed.
The ban, which applies to nine airlines based in Muslim-majority countries, does not affect Pakistan International Airlines, which in an apparent dig at Royal Jordanian reminded customers that they can bring their tablet computers on board the Pakistani carrier's flights.
17-year-old lovers on their way back from an anniversary trip to Berlin talk about staying together against the odds; a slightly older couple talk about packing up their life to move Down Under.
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After tense hearing, Judge Eitan Orenstein tells sides to try to work out arrangement on Eliezer Fishman's $1.1 billion in debts.