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December 2018

Mensch Film Festival Comes to Israel

in Life, Culture & Sports

Three German-speaking countries’ embassies in Israel have teamed up to create a unique film festival titled “Mensch!” In German, the word means human being, and in Yiddish, it means a person who acts with honor and integrity. Germany, Austria and Switzerland have joined forces during the week of December 16 to 24 to showcase films…

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Migraine Cure from Israeli Company

in Health & Science

For the millions of people who suffer from migraines, relief could be on its way. A new device is en route to enter the market. Neurolief is an Israeli based company which hopes to solve the issue of the common migraine, and replace tough painkillers. Co-founders Shmuel Shany and Amit Dar started Neurolief in 2013,…

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The Tel Aviv Bike Path is Blossoming

in Tourism & Nature

For an urban hub like Tel Aviv, bike paths are a hot topic. Given the consistent increase in congestion and traffic, local residents tend to use bicycles, not solely to enjoy the ride, but to get from point A to B. The relationship between cyclists, drivers and even pedestrians has been rocky. With poorly set…

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Pre-1948 Israel Photo Archives Exposed

in Life, Culture & Sports

From our team to yours, we wish you a Happy Hanukkah. May all your lights shine ever so bright! About 28,000 images of Israel before it became a state were released on Wikimedia Commons. The pictures, taken between 1900 and 1946, were found in the archives of institutions such as the Jewish National Fund, the…

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Peace is in the Pipeline?

in Economy & Innovation

Israel, Greece, Cyprus and Italy have agreed to build an East Mediterranean gas pipeline. The $7 billion-dollar project will lay a pipeline from Israel to Europe to supply gas to the European countries. The new project will allow for Israel to expand their energy distribution and will also minimize the need and influence from Arab…

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