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Israel-Jordan border Jordan bars tourists from bringing in Jewish items

Tourists who bought souvenirs in Israel are not being allowed to bring them into Jordan for security reasons.

Haifa's new port Photo: Eyal Izhar Haifa port construction continues despite US opposition

A source told "Globes" that the US pressure over the Chinese construction company is not motivated by any real security need.

agreement  photo: Shutterstock No ministers or officials in Israel's Bahrain delegation

Israel is sending a business delegation to the US-sponsored peace workshop, while the Palestinians are staying home.

Ambassador David Friedman, PM Benjamin Netanyahu, Golan Regional Council Chairman Haim Rokah photo: Netanyahu: President Trump tore away the mask of hypocrisy

The prime minister and US Ambassador David Friedman unveiled a sign marking a new Golan Heights settlement named in honor of Donald Trump.

Stanley Fischer Photo: Eyal Izhar Fischer: Powell hiked rate because Trump said he shouldn't

Speaking at the IDC Herzliya, Prof. Stanley Fischer said that if re-elected in 2020, President Trump won't reappoint Jerome Powell as Fed Chair.

Jordan's King Abdullah Photo: Reuters Jordan's King Abdullah to attend Bahrain peace workshop

Jordan's participation sends a message to Jordanian and Palestinian businesspeople, who are now also likely to attend.

Tyler Cowen  photo: Eyal Izhar "The trade war will harm Israel"

Leading economist Tyler Cowen says the US-China trade war was unavoidable, and Israel can only wait out the storm.

Ofer Golan  photo: Cadit Levy "First win, then do damage control"

Likud campaign manager Ofer Golan takes "Globes" behind the scenes of the aggressive and controversial election ploys that brought Benjamin Netanyahu victory.

Jared Kushner and Donald Trump Photo: Reuters US to pitch peace plan at Bahrain workshop

The US is hoping to talk about economics, and postpone politics and security until later - a formula that has failed in the past.

Explosion in Gaza Photo: Reuters Waiting for Qatar's dollars

Hamas has launched the latest round of rocket fire on Israel because Qatar has not delivered funds. Will the brinkmanship lead to a further escalation?

Gal Lusky Photo: Ilya Melnikov Israel's humanitarian heroine

From Syria to Pakistan, Israeli Flying Aid founder Gal Lusky tells "Lady Globes" why she risks her life to help victims of war in countries that are enemies of Israel.

Trump, Netanyahu and Abu Mazen Collage: Tali Bogdanovsky Trump plan: Economics first, diplomatic solutions later

The little that is known about President Trump's 'Deal of the Century' suggests that it includes much on economic aid to the West Bank, ignores Gaza, and stops short of a sovereign Palestinian state.

Tel Aviv traffic jam  photo: Eyal Izhar The new government's economic challenges

Transport, energy and healthcare are three areas where big decisions loom, and determination will be needed to carry them out.

Benjamin and Sara Netanyahu Photo: Shlomi Yosef Netanyahu will have easy time forming coalition

Without Bennett and Feiglin, coalition building will be relatively straightforward, with the religious parties easy to satisfy.

Guy Rosen  photo: PR "We delete a million phony accounts a day"

Facebook VP product management Guy Rosen talks to "Globes" about the effort to keep election campaigning clean, but admits: "The problem is unsolvable."

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