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                  Diamond smuggling scandal spotlights shadowy Israeli tycoon
                  Diamond smuggling scandal spotlights shadowy Israeli tycoon
                  05.12.2018, Israel

                  A shadowy Israeli billionaire who made his fortune in the insular world of diamonds has suddenly found his empire in jeopardy after close associates were busted in a massive smuggling ring and an employee mysteriously plummeted to her death from his high-rise Tel Aviv office building.

                  At least 108 people wounded in Israel in two days of rocket fire
                  At least 108 people wounded in Israel in two days of rocket fire
                  13.11.2018, Israel

                  Hospitals say dozens treated for shock after over 460 rockets and mortar shells fired at Israeli towns by Gazan terror groups

                  Israel reaches cease-fire with Palestinian terror groups after 2 days of rocket violence
                  Israel reaches cease-fire with Palestinian terror groups after 2 days of rocket violence
                  13.11.2018, Israel

                  Palestinian terror groups in Gaza reportedly have agreed to commit to a cease-fire of hostilities that have seen more than 400 rockets bombard southern Israel in a 25-hour period.

                  Netanyahu urges Jerusalemites to get out and vote for Elkin in last-minute plea
                  Netanyahu urges Jerusalemites to get out and vote for Elkin in last-minute plea
                  30.10.2018, Israel

                  In a recorded statement sent out in the final hour of the campaign, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls on Jerusalemites who have not voted to support Ze’ev Elkin.

                  Israel's minister Gilad Erdan: 'US expected recognition of Jerusalem as capital of Israel 'no game changer'
                  Israel's minister Gilad Erdan: 'US expected recognition of Jerusalem as capital of Israel 'no game changer'
                  06.12.2017, Israel

                  A US recognition that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital ''is very important for us but it is only representing what is happening on the ground.

                  Turkey treatens to cut ties with Israel over Jerusalem issue
                  Turkey treatens to cut ties with Israel over Jerusalem issue
                  05.12.2017, Israel

                  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Tuesday that Ankara would break diplomatic ties with Israel if the United States recognises Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

                  Likud and ultra-Orthodox parties strike compromise that will keep the coalition intact
                  Likud and ultra-Orthodox parties strike compromise that will keep the coalition intact
                  27.11.2017, Israel

                  A fraught day in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's bureau over the latest Sabbath crisis ended with the Likud and the ultra-Orthodox parties striking a compromise that will keep the coalition intact, Israel Hayom reported.

                  IsraeIi Minister to resign over Sabbath railway works
                  IsraeIi Minister to resign over Sabbath railway works
                  27.11.2017, Israel

                  Israeli Health Minister Yaakov Litzman has informed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu that he intends to resign Sunday in protest at railway works scheduled to take place over the Shabbath.

                  New banknotes presented by Bank of Israel
                  New banknotes presented by Bank of Israel
                  24.11.2017, Israel

                  Bank of Israel Governor Karnit Flug presented two new banknotes Wednesday to President Reuven Rivlin ahead of their circulation Thursday.

                  Israeli Defense Minister calls for additional military spending to face increased threats
                  Israeli Defense Minister calls for additional military spending to face increased threats
                  21.11.2017, Israel

                  Citing increased security threats, in particular the situation in Syria, Hezbollah’s acquirement of guided missiles and Iran’s military growth and expansionism, Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman has called for an additional NIS 4.8 billion in military spending over the next three years.

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