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August 2017

Argentina Air route is taking off

in Tourism & Nature

Argentina and Israel are working together to create a new and direct pathway in the sky. The presidents of the two national airlines, El Al and Aerolineas Argentinas, met to finalize their agreement, meaning that flights between Buenos Aires and Tel Aviv can take off as soon as mid-September. The direct flight will be the…

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From Homeless to Hero

in Life, Culture & Sports

When Mariuma Ben Yosef ran away from home at 14 years old, she discovered how it felt to live on the streets, dig in the trash for food, and sleep on benches. In Boston for two years, she also found out just how unprotected she felt as a homeless youth, on a constant maze of…

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Unemployment Rate in Israel Lowest Ever

in Economy & Innovation

Working steadily to push Israel’s unemployment rates below 4% is Moshe Kahlon, Finance Minister, who saw a drop from 4.3% to 4.1% just one month ago, from June to July. While around 20% of the population lives below the poverty line, the economy seems to be fulfilling what it can – creating more jobs to…

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Sleep Study Blames the Blue Screen

in Uncategorized

Sleep is one the most important physiological functions of our body. When people don’t get enough sleep, the body and brain is affected on a long-term basis, causing a decline in concentration, can weaken the immune system, cause depression and much more. While everybody is different, the average person needs 7 to 8 hours of…

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Weizmann Institute Named Best International Researcher

in Health & Science

The Nature Index ranked the world’s top 200 research centers, and Israel’s Weizmann Institute of Science landed sixth on the list, and the first international best after the top five listed in the United States. The number one school listed is Scripps Research Institute in San Diego. The institutions were ranked according to the impact…

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