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100 Startups Hackathon in Tel Aviv

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With a 25% decrease in private investments, the Israeli “Startup Nation” is in need of solutions in a post-COVID world. In a poll from Israel Innovation Authority, about 29% of startups have had to fire employees, which has caused many talented people to lose their jobs. In order to help solve the problem, a few…

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Israel Signs Peace Deal with UAE and Bahrain

in Economy & Innovation/Life, Culture & Sports

On September 15, in a historical moment at The White House, Israel signed a peace treaty with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. Only 29 days after the UAE deal was announced, Bahrain joined in. The small island situated close to the UAE and Saudi Arabia, only 200 meters away from Iranian borders, is already…

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Israel Locks Down as COVID Rates Rise

in Economy & Innovation/Health & Science

In an official announcement on Monday, Israeli officials chose to lock down the country effective September 18, as Rosh Hashanah kicks off the high holiday season. The lockdown is slated to last at least three weeks when Sukkot is over on October 11. While this lockdown will be looser than last, all non-essential businesses will…

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The 2020 School Year Kicks Off – Kind Of

in Economy & Innovation

The school year kicked off as normal on September 1, despite a number of concerns from teachers and parents about the lack of preparation for the coming year. The Israel Teachers’ Union has been set to strike since the beginning of the week, and are planning to do so today September 3, unless their demands…

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Israel Invests in Foreign Workers Despite High Unemployment

in Economy & Innovation

As citizens suffer from the highest unemployment rate in decades due to coronavirus, Israeli officials authorize hiring 30,000 foreign workers. The Ministries of Labor, Welfare, and Construction have each agreed to import workers, approving the increase of Palestinians from 64,000 workers to 80,000, doubling the migrant workers to over 32,000, and approving work for 700…

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