Israel bans entry of Sukkot-related plants over disease fears

The Agriculture Ministry said the ban on three of the four species is rooted in the need to prevent the spread of plant diseases and pests rather than any protectionist policy.

Israeli gymnast wins two gold medals, breaks world record

Israeli rhythmic gymnast Linoy Ashram clinched her second gold medal at the FIG World Challenge Cup 2018 in Minsk.

Israeli start-up uses army night vision technology to prevent car accidents

An Israeli startup, BrightWay Vision, has set out to change those statistics using night-vision technology.

Israeli spacecraft aims for historic moon landing by 2019

A non-profit group in Israel plans to land an unmanned spacecraft on the moon on February 13, 2019, joining just three countries to have made soft landings on the lunar surface.

Record 2.1 million tourists visit Israel in first six months of 2018

A record number of tourists visited Israel in the first half of 2018, according to statistics published on Monday by the country’s Tourism Ministry.

Israeli technology providing vital comunications link to cave-trapped Thai boys

Rescuers working to save a Thai youth soccer team trapped deep inside a flooded cave are using an Israeli technology to maintain communication with the 12 boys and their coach.

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