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U.S. official: Volkswagen will leave Iranian market

Multi-national companies like Volkswagen and BASF and have understood that forfeiting the powerhouse US market in exchange for the tiny Iranian market would decimate their growth.

Is China intruding in Israel's defense industry?

Ephraim Halevy, the former head of Mossad, Israel’s secret service agency, has voiced concerns over the risks that China’s growing presence in Israel pose to national security.

Will Iraqi territory be used to fire rockets on Israel from Iran?

Iraq’s desire not to alienate the US and avoid a superfluous confrontation with Israel would not be the decisive factor.

Is Israel’s era of freely operating in Syria over?

Israel has largely had free reign over the skies of Syria in which to carry out strikes on targets deemed a threat to the Jewish state.

Russian, U.S. officers to gather in Israel for war wounded panel

The October conference will be the first of its kind in Israel.

Maritime accelerator puts down anchor in Haifa

Ocean of opportunity awaits Israeli start-ups riding the wave of tech-driven revolution in global shipping.

Trump is not an unindicted co-conspirator

Unlike president Richard Nixon, who had been named an unindicted co-conspirator in an indictment handed down by a grand jury, President Trump has not been accused by a grand jury indictment of anything thus far.

Israeli delegation to present findings in Moscow over downed Russian plane

Benjamin Netanyahu said Syrian forces were to blame and offered Russia "all necessary information" to investigate.

The Yom Kippur War is still an open wound

It’s true that unfortunately, Israel has been forced to fight in a number of wars since the autumn of 1973, yet not one of them has endangered the existence of the State of Israel like the Yom Kippur War did, and neither has any other war remained so deeply ingrained in the national consciousness.

Satellite images show results of Israel’s strike in Syria

15 Russians were killed when Syria fired a missile at an Israeli plane and hit a Russian plane.

Two Palestinians reportedly killed during Gaza riots on Yom Kippur
צילום: AFP
Gaza's Health Ministry says 2 dead and 46 wounded following violent clashes that erupted along southern border on holiest day of Jewish calendar; IDF reports 20 Palestinians breached security fence, leaving explosives near the border; incendiary balloons start fire in Eshkol.

Palestinian attempts to stab worshiper, cops on Yom Kippur

צילום: דוברות המשטרה
Hour after Yom Kippur begins, policeman stationed in Jerusalem’s Old City shoots dead a 26-year-old terrorist from Qalandiya who charges at Jewish man on holiest day of Jewish calendar with a screwdriver, before running at a group of policemen.

Netanyahu tells Putin Syria is to blame for downing of Russian plane

צילום: (ImageSat International (ISI
Following Russian president's admission that shooting down of its plane was a result of a 'chain of tragic circumstances,' the prime minister holds Assad forces responsible for tragic incident and says Israel will provide 'all necessary information' to help investigation.

IDF sorry for loss of Russian life in Syria attack

צילום: shutterstock
While IDF accepts responsibility for attack on Latakia after initially remaining silent, army says it holds Syria and Iran responsible for forcing Israel to launch strike that triggered Syrian air defense systems and downed a Russian plane, killing all 15 people on board.

Beefed up security forces, extra medics on alert as Israel marks Yom Kippur

צילום: EPA
Taking extra precaution against possible terror attacks, Israel closes Erez and Kerem Shalom crossings in Gaza and imposes a closure around the West Bank until several hours after conclusion of 25-hour fast; medical teams placed on highest alert as fasting population prepares to go thirsty under Israel's blazing sun.

Eisenkot praises Ari Fuld as a 'devoted warrior'

צילום:  עמית שעל
During a ceremony honoring the fallen soldiers of the Paratroopers Brigade, IDF chief commends Fuld's efforts to prevent harm to others even after he was wounded; ‘he prevented a much bigger attack.’

Russia blasts Israel's 'deliberate provocation' after Syria attack

צילום: shutterstock
Moscow says Israel deliberately created a 'dangerous situation' by giving one minute's notice before allegedly launching an attack on coastal city of Latakia, which triggered Syrian air defense systems that downed a Russian military plane, killing all 15 people on board; vows 'appropriate response.'

Gush Etzion terrorist's bag was searched before attack, but pockets weren't

Guards who grew suspicious of 16-year-old Khalil Jabarin who murdered Ari Fuld, prevented him from entering a shopping mall, but one guard, after checking his bag, failed to search his pockets where the knife was concealed.

Ultra-Orthodox complaint sees Ethiopian J’lem restaurant shut on Shabbat

צילום: איליה ליפצקר
Municipality issues apology for 'human error' to restaurant after inspectors arrive to shut it down in capital on weekend despite having permission to continue operations.

Report: Syria accidentally downs Russian plane following alleged IAF strike

US official says Assad's forces accidentally shot down reconnaissance plane during botched retaliation against alleged Israeli airstrikes on Syrian targets in Latakia; Russian defense ministry says one if its military aircraft with 15 people on board disappeared from radar screens while Israeli and French forces were mounting aerial attacks on targets in Syria.

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150 pounds of kosher food airlifted to Wilmington, N.C. hours before Yom Kippur
A truck full of kosher food sent from Raleigh after the hurricane first hit had been turned away by authorities because of dangerous road condition

Bert and Ernie a ‘loving couple,’ says ‘Sesame Street’ writer
Mark Saltzman backtracks after saying he based the pair's dynamic on his own long-term relationship with film editor Arnold Glassman

New film reveals register used by French police to target Jews during Holocaust
Documentary shows how top Vichy officials and law enforcement were willing collaborators in the rounding up and deportation of tens of thousands

Abbas to hold meeting with ministers, diplomats in New York
Palestinian leader with meet with group of 30 officials on September 26, a day before he addresses the UN General Assembly

Palestinians say teen shot dead by Israeli fire in Gaza clashes
IDF does not comment on incident, which comes a day after two Gazans were reportedly killed along the border

Our former rabbi victimized women. Here's how we made our synagogue safer.
Kesher Israel reacted swiftly and decisively to the illegal actions by its longtime rabbi Barry Freundel

Syria’s Assad blames Israel for downing of Russian plane
Putin accepts Israeli offer of access to detailed information on incident during which Syrian air defenses shot down the aircraft

Hezbollah chief warns Israel to stop Syria airstrikes
Nasrallah vows his group will remain in country, denies Jewish state's attacks are aimed at curbing weapons transfers

Filmmaker Loridan-Ivens, Auschwitz companion of Simone Veil, dies at 90
Loridan-Ivens was taken to the Nazi camp when she was just 15, where she met Veil who was to become a lifelong friend

Iran film for Oscars stirs debate on home front
Conservatives propose an alternative nomination to 'No Date, No Signature' -- of movie funded by Revolutionary Guards on 'battle against jihadists in Syria'

Nasrallah: Israeli attacks in Syria must stop
Hezbollah leader claims Israel tried to prevent Syrian army from achieving ballistic capabilities.

UN chief welcomes North Korea-South Korea summit
Antonio Guterres welcomes outcome of the summit between leaders of North and South Korea, says it is time for action.

Assad blames Israel for downing of Russian plane
Syrian President writes Putin, says Russian plane was downed over Syria due to Israeli "arrogance".

Britain will participate in Eurovision in Israel
BBC announces it will participate as planned, despite call by artists to boycott the event.

Mass protest in Gaza over UNRWA job cuts
Thousands protest UNRWA layoffs and cutback in work hours, after US ends funding for the agency.

IDF delegation heads to Moscow
Israeli military officials head to Russia in bid to prove IDF not to blame for downing of Russian aircraft over Syria.

Entire building where terrorist lived to be demolished
IDF to demolish entire building in which terrorist who murdered soldier Ronen Lubarsky lived. Defense minister: 'No compromise with terror.'

Abbas plans NY meeting following closure of PLO office
Palestinian Authority leader calls on diplomats to join meeting in NY to confront 'radical shift' in US approach to Mideast under Trump.

Satellite imagery reveals results of air strike in Syria
As a result of IDF attack on Latakia, during which Russian plane was downed, a large weapons storehouse was completely destroyed.

New book reveals depth of French collaboration with Nazis
'The State Against the Jews' reveals French authorities were willing collaborators in hunting down, deporting Jews to concentration camps.

Israeli insurtech co Setoo raises $9.3m
Setoo is disrupting the insurance market by enabling e-businesses to create and sell great protection tailored to the consumers' needs.

"Economic enforcement is having an impact"
Israel Money Laundering head Adv. Shlomit Wagman-Ratner tells "Globes" that money is becoming more and more difficult to hide.

Mon: Israel Chemicals leads TASE higher
Israel Chemicals and Opko led the gains today while Teva gave up some of yesterday's big gains.

Delek Group sells more Phoenix shares
After a sale of 1% of insurance company Phoenix yesterday, Delek Group remains with 30.6%, close to the minimum for a controlling stake.

Minister praises Rami Levy's NIS 1 per month phone offer
Ayoob Kara welcomed Levy's contribution to lowering Israel's cost of living contradicting previous concerns that the new offer would disrupt the market.

Eurovision sends Tel Aviv hotel prices skyrocketing
Website Hotels Combined has found that the city's hotels are hiking prices for May 14-18.

Shekel weaker after low CPI figure
Lower than expected inflation is putting in doubt a Bank of Israel interest rate hike this year.

Dan Accadia Herzliya to become Israel's biggest hotel
The Tel Aviv District Planning and Building Commission has given final approval to expand the hotel to 1,350 rooms.

Investment home purchases hit new low
Only 13% of housing purchases in Israel in July were by investors.

Hapoalim to sell Tel Aviv Hayarkon branch
The property's value is assessed at NIS 70-90 million.

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