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Protesters cry out as construction accidents peak

Socialist activists protested the deaths of 67 construction workers during 2020 in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Nazareth, and Sakhnin on Friday.

Police to set up roughly 200 roadblocks to enforce COVID-19 lockdown

The roadblocks are meant to prevent Israelis from taken advantage of the sunny weekend ahead and travel the country, in violation of the lockdown.

Just as my ancestors planted for me…Tu BiShvat 2021 with JNF-USA

Tu Bishvat became a day for planting trees, and in 1908, Jewish National Fund and the educational system officially adopted this practice.

Journalist attacked by haredi mob in Mea She'arim

When he left his car to retrieve the camera tripod, he was bombarded by stones and trash bags, as well as other objects. He has sustained multiple injuries.

Tourism expert to gov't: Israel is ignoring international travel protocols

"The rest of the world is adopting coronavirus travel standards that the Health Ministry has not even begun to examine," he said.

Syrian air defense systems respond to alleged Israeli airstrike - report

The attack is the first one attributed to Israel to take place under President Joe Biden's administration.

Settlers mark 30 days since Sandak's death, protest throughout West Bank

In one incident, a five-year-old Palestinian boy was injured after the vehicle he was in was stoned by settlers near the Givat Asaf junction.

Police raid Bnei Brak following attack on officers enforcing lockdown

The incident was condemned by many politicians, including by ultra-Orthodox MKs who called on extremist factions in the ultra-Orthodox community to cooperate with the police.

About two million Israelis live below the poverty line - report

Bituach Leumi (National Insurance) published a short and overdue report from past data on poverty and inequality in Israel.

Nurses are helping Israelis bend the rules to get COVID-19 vaccines

Israel’s vaccination success — accompanied by a spike in COVID cases — is partially due to the country’s universal health care system, its tech savvy and its small size.

Netanyahu's right-wing reign suffers three blows in one week

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's credibility as a right wing leader took a beating this week, even as his numbers remained high in the polls.

Due to COVID-19, Holocaust Remembrance Day observed online

There will be a number of online programs that will mark this day, which is held on the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
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