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Tuesday, September 12, 2017
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Teva offloads contraceptive brand for $1.1 billion
With new CEO set to step in, Teva is selling assets to reduce its $30 billion debt and refocus pharma giant on central nervous system and respiratory drugs
Israeli-designed breast pump promises to suckle where others just suck
Husband and wife team launch crowdfunding campaign for Anabella, which aims to solve problems moms face when pumping breast milk
'These people were eyewitnesses of the Second Temple'
A 2,000-year-old murder leads to an illicit burial in the heart of the West Bank
When archaeologists said 7 women and a youth found in caves were slain by Romans during the Great Revolt, settlers secretly stepped in to illegally pay their last respects
Turkey signs deal to buy Russian S-400 air defense systems
Facing NATO opposition to purchase, Erdogan says defense decisions are a matter of national sovereignty
'A future war will be more complex than the last one'
Simulating war with Hezbollah, IDF looks to avoid past mistakes
Judah Ari Gross
After war games with mock terrorist ‘killing sprees’ in Israeli communities and a counterattack in southern Lebanon, army bringing to a close its largest drill in 19 years
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Traffic site aims to help Israelis avoid congestion and accidents
Traffic Zebra looks to help drivers stay safe on the road by avoiding congestion and plans to soon include traffic and accident updates for Israel
Troubled Teva appoints new CEO in bid for direction
Kåre Schultz, former chief executive at H. Lundbeck A/S, to steer Israeli drugmaker to divest assets, cut debt and restore investor confidence
Is Israel becoming a mafia state?
The other day, I was sitting at a picnic with several friends when someone referred to Vladimir Putin’s Russia as a “mafia state.” A Russian-born woman objected: “That is really offensive. Russia is a country of 140 million people. It is wrong to say they are all mafia.” “I am not referring to the people,” said the first speaker. “The majority...
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