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13 Israeli Restaurants Makes Top 1,000 List

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Every season is foodie season, yet the culinary industry is in full peak. The annual top 1,000 restaurants release of La Liste just launched, and Israel has landed thirteen of those spots. The top three countries to claim the most spots are Japan with 130, France with 115, and the United States with 89. However,…

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Record-breaking Rainfall Leads to Heartbreaking Deaths

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Only days after 2020 swooped in, biblical rain, or perhaps an extreme result of climate change, graced the lands of Israel. Within only a few hours, certain spots received 3.5 inches of rain, more than half of what the month of January typically averages. The country saw various degrees of flooding, which resulted in blocked…

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Israeli Tourism Increases by 11% in 2019

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Over 4.55 million visitors landed in Israel from January through November in 2019. This marks the third consecutive year that Israel has experienced a record-breaking increase in tourism. The top five countries with incoming visitors are the United States, France, Russia, Germany, and England. There was also a 51% increase from incoming visitors from China.…

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Hundreds of Species Added to Protected List

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For the first time in a decade, the Environmental Protection Authority in Israel updated its list of protected species. The update was required based on Israel’s 1995 agreement with the UN Convention to Biological Diversity. According to the website the agreement recognizes that “biological resources are vital to humanity’s economic and social development, that biological…

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Eilat Bans Single Use Disposables

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As of Wednesday evening, beachgoers in Eilat, Israel can receive a fine of up to NIS 730, or just over $200, for bringing disposables to the Red Sea shores. The new regulation makes Eilat the first official local council to boldly protect its environment against further human harm. Anyone entering the beach with plastic goods,…

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