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‘Unorthodox’ Star First Israeli Nominated for Golden Globe

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Shira Haas, star of Netflix’s “Unorthodox,” was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television, announced the Hollywood Foreign Press. The nomination makes history as Haas is the first Israeli TV actress nominated for a Golden Globe, one of the most prestigious honors…

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Delivery Drones Trial the Skies in Israel

in Economy & Innovation

Five delivery drone companies have been chosen by the Israeli government in an attempt to unite the skies. As delivery drones become more accessible, they also become more dangerous. Given the rising number of companies and technologies, there is a strong need to create one regulated grid to ensure the drones don’t crash into each…

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Third Lockdown Ends As Israel Continues to Fight Coronavirus

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After over a month in national lockdown, Israeli officials declared an economic reopening as of Sunday, February 7. Officials are meeting to determine how to effectively open Israel once again despite the still rising coronavirus cases. The airport remains closed, though officials have been said to be in travel agreement with Greece. Some outdoor and…

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Tel Aviv Named the 6th Healthiest City to Live

in Health & Science/Life, Culture & Sports

Tel Aviv was recently named the sixth healthiest city in the world to live in, based on an annual Money.co.uk report. Known for its rampant vegan culture, 300 days of sunshine, hundreds of outdoor gyms, and unlimited wellness opportunities speak to why. The report itself was based on factors such as food prices, life expectancy,…

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Kosovo and Sudan Normalize Ties with Israel

in Economy & Innovation

The latest countries in agreement with Israel through the US-mediated Abrahamic Accords are Sudan and Kosovo. Despite the unlikely ties, agreements were recently signed with both countries, after the United Arab Emirates pioneered normalizing ties with Israel. So far Bahrain has also followed suit. Due to the latest coronavirus lockdown and the closing of Ben…

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