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Wednesday, August 15, 2018
First Israeli patient gets startup’s knee cartilage-regrowing implant
By Shoshanna Solomon
Procedure is part of global clinical trial for technology developed by Israel's CartiHeal, which hopes to bring relief to millions of sufferers of knee pain
Trump restricts delivery of F-35s to Turkey, deepening rift with NATO ally
By TOI staff and AFP
Transfer of fighter jets halted over Ankara's interest in Russian air defense system amid diplomatic crisis sparked by detained American pastor
Europe is going bananas over this Israeli guy’s avocados
By Cnaan Liphshiz
The secret of The Avocado Show chain of restaurants is spectacular dishes that millennials want to share on social media
Israel approves construction of housing for Bedouin, disabled populations
From the web
Why Israel stopped all attempts by Chinese firms to buy local insurers
Calcalist: Outgoing capital markets watchdog Dorit Salinger says in interview she is not biased against China, but against bids by foreign firms that are government owned
Pinchas Landau
Trump could have saved Erdogan from himself. He kicked him instead.
Most people only became aware of the dire situation of the Turkish lira (TRY) late last week, when the “collapse” and “crisis” made headlines in the general media and came to totally dominate the financial media. That’s understandable from a news point of view, because what happened to the TRY on Thursday and, most especially, its spectacular implosion on Friday – when it moved from a (record-low) close on Thursday of 5.55 to the dollar to 6.62, before closing at 6.51 – was truly extraordinary. Add to that the cack-handed contribution...
No Israeli athletes allowed, but Moovit app chosen for Asian Games in Indonesia
By Shoshanna Solomon
Israeli startup's mobile guide to public transportation will help millions of fans get to sports competitions at event where Palestine is welcomed but Israel banned since 1981
Hackers are targeting your old fax machines, Israeli cybersecurity firm warns
Check Point: Security flaws in 45 million business fax machines worldwide could be used as a backdoor into otherwise protected networks
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