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                  Tunisia Jews consider leaving the country because of instability, Jewish Agency ready with plan to help community
                  Tunisia Jews consider leaving the country because of instability, Jewish Agency ready with plan to help community
                  20.01.2011, Repatriation

                  Twenty Tunisian Jews left the country for Israel because of the instability following the popular uprising which ousted Tunisia’s President Ben Ali, and dozens of others are also considering the move, reports said.

                  Emigrating Ethiopian Falash Mura arrive in Israel
                  Emigrating Ethiopian Falash Mura arrive in Israel
                  18.01.2011, Repatriation

                  A group of 175 Ethiopians who claim Jewish heritage landed in Israel on Monday, seeking to become citizens of the Jewish state, a government agency in charge of helping new immigrants said.

                  2010 marked by a 16% increase in the number of new immigrants to Israel
                  2010 marked by a 16% increase in the number of new immigrants to Israel
                  03.01.2011, Repatriation

                  More than 19,000 ‘olim’ or new immigrants chose to make their home in Israel in 2010, a 16% increase in comparison with 2009, according to figures from the Jewish Agency and the Israeli ministry of immigrant absorption.

                  8,000 more Falash Mura to come to Israel
                  8,000 more Falash Mura to come to Israel
                  15.11.2010, Repatriation

                  Israel's Cabinet approved a plan to bring about 8,000 more Ethiopians to Israel over the next four years.

                  1,000 new immigrants arrived in Israel, including 550 from France
                  1,000 new immigrants arrived in Israel, including 550 from France
                  09.08.2010, Repatriation
                  The Jewish Agency for Israel brought 1,000 new immigrants from 17 countries to Israel last week, including 550 new olim from France, more than 100 from the United Kingdom, 60 from South Africa and 170 from South America.
                  Baron Edouard de Rotschild, shareholder of French daily Libération, moves to Israel
                  Baron Edouard de Rotschild, shareholder of French daily Libération, moves to Israel
                  04.08.2010, Repatriation
                  Baron Edouard de Rothschild, a French businessman who is the main shareholder of the left-wing French newspaper Libration, has decided to move to Israel.
                  Kyrgyzstan violence spurs aliyah
                  Kyrgyzstan violence spurs aliyah
                  23.06.2010, Repatriation
                  Riots in April led to the ouster of the country's president and thousands have been killed as ethnic tensions flared between Uzbeks and Kyrgyz this month.
                  Recession fuels rise in Russian aliyah
                  Recession fuels rise in Russian aliyah
                  04.06.2010, Repatriation

                  Years after Russian immigration to Israel dipped and then plateaued, the global economic downturn appears to be sending it higher again.

                  Shake-up at top of Jewish Agency continues
                  Shake-up at top of Jewish Agency continues
                  02.03.2010, Repatriation

                  The Jewish Agency for Israel continued the shake-up of its top professionals with the naming of a new director-general.

                  Scores of Falash Mura coming to Israel
                  Scores of Falash Mura coming to Israel
                  19.01.2010, Repatriation

                  Some 150 Ethiopians claiming Jewish links began arriving in Israel this week, the first groups to immigrate in more than a year.

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