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Jerusalem Light Rail red and green lines Photo: JTMT Spanish co CAF's workers oppose Jerusalem light railway bid

CAF is part of one of six different consortia competing for the bid to build and operate the new Green Line and extend and operate the Red Line.

Itzik Shmuli, Labor primaries  photo: Shlomi Yosef Labor members turn out in numbers for party primaries

Following an unexpectedly high turnout, Itzik Shmuli, Stav Shaffir and Shelly Yachimovich top Labor's list, with Eitan Cabel pushed down to an unrealistic twelfth spot.

Israel Railways Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Millions squandered on unrealistic projects

Israel's government has spent NIS 120 million planning railways to Eilat and Kiryat Shmona - projects that have been frozen indefinitely.

Erez Kreiner Photo: Eyal Izhar "Many countries want to influence Israel's elections"

Former head of the Israel National Information Security Agency Erez Krainer tells "Globes" about the risk of foreign countries influencing the election results.

Shaul David Judelman, Khaled Abu-Awwad  photo: Brett Kline Rooting for peace

Who would fund an unlikely partnership of Jewish settlers and their Palestinian neighbors in the West Bank?

US and China presidents Photo: Reuters Damir Sagolj Israeli high-tech cos caught in US-China crossfire

Israel is fostering economic relations with China, but the US-China trade war could do major to Israeli high-tech.

Ayelet Shaked and Naftali Bennett  photo: Amir Meiri Right split bad news for Netanyahu

Freed from rabbinic shackles, Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked are going for the Likud's traditional base.

Ben & Jerry's Resist flavor Photo: PR Ben & Jerry's political flavor doesn't suit all Israelis

Some Israelis want to boycott Ben & Jerry's for supporting left-wing US groups, while abroad BDS activists urge boycotting the ice cream because the brand operates in Israel.

Cabinet meeting Photo: Alex Kolomoisky, Yediot Ahronot What do elections mean for Israel's main players

"Globes" editor-in-chief Naama Sikuler explains who has gained by having the elections brought forward to April.

Reuven Rivlin  photo: Tamar Matsafi President Rivlin: Arabs, haredim must share in Israeli dream

"Even 120 MKs can't change the principle of equality."

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