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Israeli Aircraft Flies Over Sudanese Air Space for First Time

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In its inaugural journey, an Israeli airplane flew over Sudan for the first time en route to Kinshasa in the Congo. In the past, Israeli aircrafts have been forbidden to fly over African countries, forced to land in Jordan or another country so that they are not logged as Israeli flights. However, after a recent…

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Products in Israel Cost 28% More than Global Average

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According to the Central Bureau of Statistics, inflation in 2019 has only increased by 0.6%, which falls extraordinarily below expectations, which were predicted to increase between 1-3%.  In fact, for the past six years, Israel has not met its expected inflation rates, frustrating banks, economists, and creating a data-driven mess for the Israeli economy. With…

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Beer Sheba is Next Israeli Tech Hub

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With seeds in education, roots in medicine, and growth in security, the newest technologies are beginning to blossom in Beer Sheba. Since David Ben Gurion shared his vision of a “desert in bloom,” it seems the fruit is finally ready to be picked. Beer Sheba is in a seemingly scarce location in the middle of…

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Tesla Enters Israeli Market

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After a few under the radar visits to Israel, Elon Musk has announced that Tesla will enter the Israeli market, bringing a fleet of his electric cars to Israel in January 2020. The “pop up” store will be at the Ramat Aviv mall, where cars will sell for around NIS 400,000 – 500,000. The fleet…

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Train from TLV – JLM Finally Takes Off

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Taking double the time and double the cost, the fast train between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem finally launched its first successful journey on Saturday evening, December 21. The project was birthed in 2001, was meant to be completed in 2008, yet has seen many road blocks and financial shortages throughout the years. The train, originally…

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