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economy


Thu: Teva, banks lead market up

The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange managed another positive week, with heavyweights Teva, Bank Hapoalim and Bank Leumi all rising today. ...

start-ups


defense


President Reuven Rivlin visits Gaza border

President Rivlin reviewed military operations in the Southern Command, and thanked the soldiers for their 'sophistication and power.'...

agriculture


Over 2,000-year-old silver coins unearthed in Israeli city

June 7, 2016, 4:54 PM (IDT) A cache of silver coins from the 2nd century B.C.E. was unearthed recently at the site of an ancient agricultural estate in the city of Modi'in, Israel's Antiquities Authority said Tuesday.     The 16 silver pieces were discovered within a rock crevice during preparations for construction of a new neighborhood. The coins, ranging from 135 B.C.E. to 126 B.C.E., bear the image of King Antiochus VII who ruled the area during the period. Bronze coins with the names of several other Hasmonean kings were also found at the site of the est read more

Meet Israel’s newest pioneers settling the Negev desert

Three years ago, 20 young families left central Israel for a new life in the northern Negev Desert near the Gaza Strip. Their seed community...



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