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Hundreds of Syrian Kurds flee ISIS-held areas near Aleppo (AP)
Britain's EU commissioner says he is resigning after Brexit vote (Reuters)
28 detained in Turkey over alleged financial links to Erdogan foe Gulen (Reuters)
Scotland's Sturgeon pushes for second independence referendum (Reuters)
Istanbul Gay Pride parade canceled after government ban (dpa)
Car bomb kills 4, wounds 14, near hospital in Benghazi, Libya (AP)
Man drowns on Kiryat Yam beach (Haaretz)
Far-right Slovakian party launches petition for referendum on EU membership (Reuters)
ECB official: City of London at risk of losing "EU passport" (Reuters)
Debris found in Tanzania to be examined for link to missing MH370 plane (Reuters)
European Central Bank official: New trade deal with UK must happen quickly (Reuters)
Diplomats from EU's six founding nations meet in Berlin to talk about Brexit (AP)
Abbas retracts claim that rabbis called for poisoning of Palestinian wells (Haaretz)
Pope prays at memorial in Armenian capital after denouncing "genocide" (AP)
Saudi police officer shot dead in kingdom's Shi'ite east (AP)
Which Israeli political party plans to raise your taxes?
Is it time for Tel Aviv to give up on its subway dreams?
They tried a private consortium, then nationalized the project, yet 22 years later nothing has happened. Time for a rethink?0 comments
Four reasons investors aren’t flocking to IsraelMore On This Topic
And one little hint: To create certainty for business, you have to create certainty for the common Israeli on the street.1 comments
- Bursting the bubble of Israel as a startup nation
- Israel’s high-tech boom is proving a double-edged sword
- Where’s the Israeli government when startup nation needs it?
- Africa Israel warns of quarterly loss on Russian assets
- Why won’t creditors foreclose on Israeli tycoon who owes $1.2 billion?
- When did businesspeople become the bad guys?
- The Ticker / ICL issues layoffs warning
- As prospect for negative interest rates grow, Israel’s banks face big challenges
- One year later, private power companies in Israel remain in legal limbo