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Sunday, June 10, 2018
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Israeli startup says it can slash telecom costs with fuel cell energy
GenCell's technology aims to replace diesel generators at telecom base stations with a low-cost solution using hydrogen produced from ammonia
Shipping magnate Ofer at top of Abramovich-less rich list
Ranking of wealthiest Israelis finalized before Chelsea-owning Russian-Jewish billionaire immigrated, catapulting him to top of roster
Are Tel Avivians actually vegan, or do they just really like vegetables?
The heart of the Vegan Nation has more vegan restaurant patrons than actual vegans, and the jury's still out whether it's a trend or a way of life that's here to stay
After protests, Jordan’s poor have little hope of change
Despite shelving of tax hike in wake of demonstrations, hard-hit residents of Amman fear nothing will improve
'We're guessing here... It's like a hello from the past'
King who? Rare sculpted head of mystery biblical ruler found in northern Israel
Ilan Ben Zion
Is the monarch represented by the exquisitely preserved 3,000 year-old statue Ben Hadad or Hazael of Damascus, Ahab or Jehu of Israel, or Ithobaal of Tyre?
After Bourdain and Spade, a reminder: Our brains can f&ck with us
Know why most therapy sessions are 50 minutes long? Because that way there's a 10 minute window for one patient to leave before the other patient comes. Or at least that's what my therapist told me when I used to be that patient -- back when I rode in circles on my purple bicycle around the kibbutz -- little blonde hamster in a spinning wheel that never ended until I made it stop myself.L Actually I didn't stop. I crashed. I wasn't sleeping, I wasn't eating. I was spinning round and round. And...
Secretive firm boasts of covert skills, legality, discretion
Israeli firm under FBI scrutiny in Trump probe allegedly targeted BDS activists
According to a lawsuit against the company, a Psy-Group operative registered outlawbds.com, a website that reportedly named and shamed supporters of the anti-Israel boycott effort
Prolonged stress affects sperm quality, says study of Israelis during Gaza wars
Sperm moved more slowly in nearly four out of 10 samples taken from men during and just after military confrontations between Israel and Hamas in 2012, 2014
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