Central bank leaves interest rate untouched | TASE closes in the red again
Mayor Avraham Rosenthal agreed to refund families for the cost of public transportation after the Education ministry intervened, but still refuses to arrange school buses.
Issue affects coconut-lychee beverages sold by Aroma Israel, which operates outside of Tel Aviv.
The government is planning for the Valley train line, which will run from Haifa to Beit She'an, to link up with the Jordanian railway network in the future.
A lawsuit asserts that programs bringing students from developing countries to Israel for hands-on training are a tool to recruit field laborers.
Defense Minister criticizes media coverage of military trials, saying that 'convictions are made by a court of law and not by the media.'
Zehava Galon calls on opposition lawmakers to renounce their support for the bill, saying it will give undue influence to Israelis who don't live in the country.
The Islamic Republic carries out more executions per capita than any other country. Nearly 1,000 prisoner were put to death in 2015, most of them for drug trafficking.
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After some success in using substance to treat epileptics, researchers to check effect of cannabis oils on individuals with severe behavioral problems.
In terms of the flesh and the spirit, by means of his inimitable lyrics and music, the legendary rockstar opened the horizons of Israeli music. It's time to update the image we've associated with him all these years.
What to do, where to eat and how to get around the north of Israel.