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telemarketing  photo: Shutterstock Don't call us: Ministers approve anti-telemarketing bill

The bill protects telephones of customers against unwanted marketing.

Baidu autonomous test vehicle  photo: PR Israeli autotech and US-China trade wars

China's growing investment in Israel's autotech industry serves its strategic interests.

Benjamin Netanyahu  photo: Eyal Izhar Netanyahu: No ceasefire unless incendiary attacks stop

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel had dealt Hamas the harshest blow since Operation Protective Edge in 2014.

Shalev Hulio and Omri Lavie  photo: Eyal Izhar NSO: Cyber weapon co sale to Verint in jeopardy?

Verint was reportedly about to buy NSO at a $1 billion valuation.

Prince William and Netta Barzilai  photo: Ben Kalmer The prince and the son-in-law

The visits of Prince William and Jared Kushner revealed two very different ways of seeing Israel.

Dennis Ross photo: Flash 90 Dennis Ross: The US peace plan is serious

The veteran US Middle East negotiator says President Trump's envoys Jared Kushner and Jason Greenblatt consulted him and others and prepared thoroughly.

Nuclear reactor near Berne Photo: Reuters Bringing peace to the Middle East with nuclear reactors

ACU Strategic Partners wants to build nuclear reactors in Arab countries and make Israel responsible for guarding them.

Prof. Luigi Zingales  photo: Eyal Izhar "Google and Facebook have excessive power over business"

Influential economist Luigi Zingales talks to "Globes" about digital monopolies, praises Netanyahu's grasp of economics, and reflects on the future of Europe.

Tel Aviv bike path photo: Meirav Modan Taking Israel's cyclists for a ride

Local authorities in Israel constantly proclaim grandiose plans for bicycle paths, and then fail to carry them out.

Miri Regev Photo: Flash 90 Yonatan Zindel Eurovision final may be switched from Jerusalem

Miri Regev has no regrets about the Israel Argentina game's cancelation and says she would rather the Eurovision final will be held abroad, if it cannot be in Jerusalem.

Roman Abramovich Roman Abramovich: Britain's loss is Israel's gain

Much of the investment and philanthropy Abramovich had planned for the UK is now likely to be spent in Israel.

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