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High Court appears to demand quick resolution of justice minister vacancy

The position has been empty since the start of April when Benny Gantz's three-month term as acting justice minister expired.

After coronavirus, what are Israel's biggest economic challenges?

JPost One-on-One weekly 'Zoomcast': Business correspondent Zev Stub and Prof. Dan Ben-David, President of Shoresh Institution for Socioeconomic Research

Coronavirus: Israel looks to re-route AstraZeneca vaccines

A day after Netanyahu told Israelis to get ready to be jabbed again in six months, Prof. Nachman Ash reaffirms that there are no certainties on when the next shot will be needed.

UK affirms ICC support after opposing war crimes suits against Israel

"We absolutely respect the independence of the International Criminal Court, and we do expect it to comply with its own mandate."

Earth Day: China's Ant Group, Israel's KKL-JNF sign MoU

The preliminary MoU will see the two organizations collaborate to tackle environmental issues and encourage sustainability.

Vote on KKL W.Bank land purchases postponed after Right loses majority

The World Confederation of United Zionists retracted its support for the measure due to a lack of consensus over the controversial motion.

After day of debates, Channel 12 report on Meshi-Zahav will air

The network was in the midst of preparing an investigative program for the Thursday night news about the sexual assault allegations facing Meshi-Zahav when the news broke of his attempted suicide.

Israeli wrestler wins bronze medal at European championships

Mitch Finesilver is currently Israel’s most decorated wrestler, competing in the international freestyle arena.

Rivlin receives credentials from new ambassadors from China, Japan

But both Cai Run of China and Koichi Mizushima of Japan each represent countries that are very important to Israel in terms of trade and investment.

IAI to Provide Z-MAG all-terrain vehicle to IDF’s maneuvering units

IAI is building an assembly line for the Z vehicles to be housed at ELTA’s Land Division in Beersheba and is investing NIS 100 million in the project, according to the company.

Israelis think recycling electronics is important- but don't know how

According to the survey, 76% of respondents said they would recycle if there were more recycling facilities in their city. However, only 26% said that actually do so themselves.

Tesla opens Tel Aviv pop-up shop

The company said that the shop in the Ramat Aviv Mall was "an opportunity for future owners to see the Model 3 up close and meet with Tesla staff." The pop-up exhibit will run for the next 3 months.

Earth Day: Israeli developments protecting the environment

Earlier this week, Israel announced the launch of its new 30-year environmental plan which aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050.

For Earth Day, Israeli agritech company gears up to fight climate change

The agricultural tech company is hoping to use their network across 100 countries and social media following to demonstrate how small acts can total up to make a big difference.

Coronavirus in Israel: 111 infected, out of 47,085 tests performed

Also the number of serious patients continue to drop, reaching 166. For several days in January and February they were as many as 1,200.
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