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GetTaxi Driver Describes Getting Ambushed By Uber In Latest Allegation Of Ruthless Tactics

Eli has been a professional taxi driver in Tel Aviv for 17 years, and he's been professionally employed by GetTaxi for the past few. The on-demand car service was founded there in 2010 and currently employs 3,500 drivers like Eli. But...Show More Summary

'Junk' blood tests may offer life-saving information

Tel Aviv — Some 30 percent of all positive hospital blood culture samples are discarded every day because they're "contaminated" — they reflect the presence of skin germs instead of specific disease-causing bacteria. read more

AP ANALYSIS: A grim stalemate at war's end in Gaza

2 days agoNews : The Newsroom

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — The third Gaza War in six years appears to have ended in another sort of tie, with both Israel and Hamas claiming the upper hand. Their questionable achievements have come at a big price, especially to long-suffering Palestinians in Gaza.

Maccabi Tel Aviv Coach Oscar Garcia resigns over security concerns stemming from Gaza conflict

The ongoing conflict in Gaza has caused unspeakable damage to the communities of the region and the world at large. Now, the war between Israel and Hamas is taking its toll on Maccabi Tel Aviv’s soccer team. Citing security concerns, Coach Oscar Garcia has announced his resignation, the Associated Press reports. Per the Guardian: Garcia’s resignation […]

Maccabi Tel Aviv coach quits for safety reasons

3 days agoNews : The Newsroom

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Maccabi Tel Aviv coach Oscar Garcia has quit his job, with the club saying Tuesday it was because of the "current security situation" in Israel.

Uber Is Planning to Launch in Israel on Tuesday

Uber plans to launch its car-hailing service in Tel Aviv, Israel on Tuesday in its latest international expansion, the company said.

With another Uber driver robbed in LA, questions mount about safety of ride-sharing apps

Uber made headlines last week for announcing that it would soon launch in Tel Aviv, seemingly in disregard for the fact that Israel remains mired in a month-long (decades long, really) conflict in Gaza. But one doesn’t need to look nearly that far to find the company’s drivers dodging bullets. Show More Summary

You can steal data from a computer by touching it

Normally, breaking a PC's security involves either finding security exploits or launching brute force attacks, neither of which is necessarily quick or easy. However, a team at Tel Aviv University has come up with a potentially much simpler way to...

Just Touching a Laptop Can Reveal Secret Data

It's the most "current" news you'll read all day: The pattern of the electric currents that pass through your laptop computer can be used to determine your encryption keys, as a group of three Israeli researchers at Tel Aviv University have shown. Show More Summary

Witness ID's suicide bomber in 2003 attack

A documentary filmmaker who survived a suicide bombing in a Tel Aviv bar identified one of the alleged attackers for a Brooklyn jury deciding whether Arab Bank is liable for transferring millions of dollars to Hamas-controlled accou...

Israel Assassinates Top Hamas Commanders Amid Continued Rocket Fire

TEL AVIV - The Israel Air Force (IAF) assassinated two senior Hamas military commanders on Wednesday night in response to more than 200 rockets that have been fired at Israel since Hamas violated a temporary ceasefire and diplomatic negotiations in Cairo collapsed on Tuesday. Show More Summary

Egypt's Air Sinai halts Tel Aviv flights over security fears

Egypt's Air Sinai said it cancelled flights Thursday and Friday to Tel Aviv for security reasons, after a warning by Hamas's armed wing against foreign airliners flying to Israel. The Egyptian carrier operates four weekly flights to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion international airport. Show More Summary

Hamas warns foreign airlines not to fly into Tel Aviv

last weekNews : The Newsroom

A Hamas warning to foreign airlines to halt flights into Tel Aviv was to take effect Thursday as a six-week war with Israel spiralled into further bloodshed after truce talks collapsed. The warning came as Israeli warplanes carried out...Show More Summary


Hamas’s “military wing” warned foreign airlines on Wednesday against flying into Tel Aviv, threatening to step up its six-week conflict with Israel after firing more than 100 rockets on Israeli civilians and pulling out of peace talks. Show More Summary

Championship Clock Unexpectedly Ticking for 1st-Year Cavaliers Coach David Blatt

The ink might not have dried on the job-description portion of David Blatt 's contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers before a flurry of headline moves made that section obsolete. Whatever the former Maccabi Tel Aviv coach thought he was signing up for, it certainly wasn't this. Show More Summary

Hamas threatens to strike Tel Aviv, warns airliners against flying there

Hamas has denied that the head of its military wing was killed in an Israeli air strike, as it warned international airliners against flying into Tel Aviv amid a re-escalation of the Gaza conflict. Israel launched a targeted attack on...Show More Summary

Hamas Warns It Will Attack Israeli Airport Within Hours

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Following the deaths of his wife and child in an Israeli airstrike, Hamas leader Mohammed Deif has announced plans to attack Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, beginning on Thursday at 6:00AM local time (11:00PM EDT tonight). Reports across the web are saying rockets have already been fired at the airport, but are not confirmed. Read more...

Israel Under Siege: An Evangelical Diary (Day 2)

Today we traveled to Neot Kedumium, the Biblical Landscape Reserve in Israel, a 600-acre plot of land near Tel Aviv's Ben-Gurion Airport that has been reclaimed from desert to land that produces many kinds of trees, plants, grains, olives, and fruit mentioned in the Bible. Show More Summary

Hamas warns foreign airlines against flying into Tel Aviv

last weekNews : The Newsroom

Gaza City (Palestinian Territories) (AFP) - The armed wing of Hamas warned foreign airlines on Wednesday against flying into Tel Aviv, threatening to step up its six-week conflict with Israel after a 24-hour truce collapsed.

Gaza Truce Talks Over; Hamas Warns World To "Halt All International Flights To Israel"

With 123 rockets having been fired from Gaza today (and 61 IDF rockets in response)... BREAKING PHOTO: 2 Long Range Rockets fired from Gaza moments ago successfully intercepted over Tel Aviv. — Israel NewsShow More Summary

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