Low education levels make it harder for them to find work in Israel’s tech-oriented economy, and robots could make things even worse
FIMI selling Ham-Let; Housing & Construction executive under house arrest; stocks little changed as energy stocks fall
A U.S. president who shames his country in public won’t hesitate to stick a knife in the back of its ally in the Middle East
Farmers can file for damage claims, other businesses are left out in the cold
Even for Israel – where ‘normal’ never is – there was something exceptionally peculiar in the prime minister’s response to the Trump-Putin meeting
Price makes startup fourth-largest Israeli exit ever
With the backing of his ideological partner, Hungary’s leader has used the refugee crisis to erode his country’s democracy. First of a three-part series
Delivering babies is highly profitable, spurring hospitals, such as Tel Aviv’s Ichilov, to compete for business
The group was eventually escorted off the premises by police after trip leaders complained, they say
Trump lambasted Obama and FBI agent Strzok on Twitter for their involvement in the ‘Rigged Witch Hunt’
‘Europe must not let itself be divided however sharp the verbal attacks and absurd the tweets may be’
Sharply lower valuation follows 3 hard years for Israel’s biggest food maker under control of China’s Bright Food
An OECD study sees growth exceeding the developed world’s average, living standards getting closer to America’s
Bannon joined Trump in upping the pressure on Prime Minister May to follow through with Brexit
It’s a mutant, say Chinese researchers
Sam Brownback, the former Governor of Kansas and the current U.S. Ambassador for International Religious Freedom, officially complained to the British ambassador in Washington D.C.
France has far from a perfect history when it comes to Jews, but the government has recognized this and fights antisemitism. Croatia’s government does neither
Accounts are connected to 12 Russian intelligence officers who were charged with hacking Democratic computer networks in 2016
A suicide bomber killed 128 people Friday, including a politician running for a provincial legislature; the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack
President has said he is avoiding the U.K. capital during his official visit as protests make him feel unwelcome
Trump says that May’s ‘soft’ blueprint for the U.K.’s future dealings with the EU would probably ‘kill’ any future trade deals with the U.S.
‘How Israel chooses to define itself is an internal issue for Israel to decide and we respect the internal debate which is ongoing,’ EU says
PM slams Emanuele Giaufret for ‘interfering with Israeli legislation,’ but a European diplomat accuses PM of hypocrisy
Yet Israel definitely deserves a higher “Best Countries” rating than Russia or India. Could stereotypes be influencing the scores?