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  • Israel Boycott Pressure: Two Foreign Investors Withdraw Port Bids Concerns are growing within Israel over the evolution of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement after two prominent international port operators withdrew their names from the bid to construct private ports in Haifa and Ashdod. Royal Boskalis Westminster, a Dutch port operator, and Italy's Condote de Agua withdrew before the bid submission deadline passed on Monday. According to ... 1 year ago
  • Cellcom Israel Schedules Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2013 Results Release for March 6, 2014 NETANYA, Israel, February 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Cellcom Israel Ltd. (NYSE: CEL) (TASE: CEL) (hereinafter: the "Company"), announced today that it will be releasing its financial results for ... 1 year ago
  • Israel's Netanyahu calls boycotters 'anti-Semites' JERUSALEM (AP) ' It is time Israel fought back against those who boycott the Jewish state, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday, dubbing them "anti-Semites." 1 year ago
  • Israel admits Gaza patients after dispute over 'Palestine' logo Israel on Thursday allowed the entry of some 35 Palestinian medical patients from the Gaza Strip after initially barring them because "State of Palestine" had appeared on the letterhead of their application. A Palestinian official said Israel relented and permitted their entry without any change to the logo. An Israeli official said the letterhead had been changed to the "Palestinian Authority ... 1 year ago
  • Israel Desalination Shows California Not to Fear Drought Six decades of providing water in a country that's 60 percent desert have made Israel a technological leader in the field, a model that points the way for drought-stricken California. Desalination of sea water, reuse of treated sewage for agriculture, software creating an early-warning system for leaks, computerized drip irrigation and careful accounting of every drop have become the norm in ... 1 year ago
  • Israel, Palestinians compromise over Gaza patient treatment Gaza City (Palestinian Territories) (AFP) - Israel and the Palestinians have compromised in a dispute that saw medical patients from Gaza denied entry to Israel for treatment because their travel documents said "State of Palestine," officials said Wednesday. Until recently, official stationery has used the term "Palestinian territories," but that changed in December, a year after the ... 1 year ago
  • Israel bars Gaza patients over 'Palestine' letterhead Israel has denied entry permits to some 50 Palestinian medical patients from the Gaza Strip because the words "State of Palestine" appears on the letterhead of their application, officials said on Wednesday. Israel does not recognize a Palestinian state, whose creation it says should stem from peace negotiations. It voted against a U.N. General Assembly resolution in 2012 that gave de facto ... 1 year ago
  • Israel accepted as Pacific Alliance observer state Israel has been accepted as an observer state to the Pacific Alliance, a trade bloc grouping four of Latin America's fastest-growing economies, officials said Tuesday. The move, which was approved late Monday at a Pacific Alliance summit in Cartagena, will see Israel joining the United States and Canada as an observer state to the body, which includes Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru. Israel's ... 1 year ago
  • Israel FM slams 'warmongering' Iran's missile tests Israel's foreign minister said Tuesday that Iran's claim to have tested two new missiles proved it was still a "warmongering" state despite its recent diplomatic overtures to the West. Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman's remarks came on the eve of an official visit to France, which is taking part in talks on Iran's controversial nuclear programme set to resume next week in Vienna. "France has ... 1 year ago
  • Israel approves 550 Jerusalem settler homes Israel expedited Wednesday plans for more than 550 new settler homes in east Jerusalem, in a move exacerbating tensions between Israel and the Palestinians as they hold US-backed peace talks. The city council said it had granted private contractors permits to build in three settlement neighbourhoods of annexed east Jerusalem -- 386 units in Har Homa, 136 in Neve Yaakov and 36 in Pisgat Zeev. A ... 1 year ago

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