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A man wears a face mask for fear of the coronavirus as he takes the train to Haifa, on March 17, 202
Crisis management in the age of coronavirus

How to deal with the coronavirus crisis from the crisis management outlook

By OPHIR FALK
28/03/2020
Ministry of Agriculture presents solution to butter crisis

The Ministry of Agriculture's decision was made as a result of significant increases in butter imported from different countries.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
10/03/2020
Iranian women wear protective masks to prevent contracting coronavirus, as they walk in the street i
Iran’s theocracy is in denial about the coronavirus threat

Despite having the capability to counter the coronavirus threat, Iran's regime has not, preferring to brazen it out as a show of piety.

The first of Israel's El Al Airlines order of 16 Boeing 787 Dreamliner jets lands at Ben Gurion Inte
El Al CEO to staff: ‘Painful decisions may be required’

The email was sent shortly after El Al notified the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange that the company is in a financial crisis – not of its own making – because of the spread of the coronavirus.

Wildfires trap thousands on Australian beaches

The huge bushfires have destroyed more than 4 million hectares (10 million acres), with new blazes sparked into life almost daily by extremely hot and windy conditions.

By SONALI PAW , SWATI PANDEY
01/01/2020
A Turkish military helicopter flies over as Turkish and U.S. troops return from a joint U.S.-Turkey
Crisis Group: ISIS could stage comeback amid Syria crisis

Syria is not a vacuum and when ISIS makes progress in Syria it will affect Iraq. “ISIS continues its guerilla insurgency in rural areas,” the report notes.

Poor nations hosting most refugees worldwide, need more Western help - UN

"When you say Europe has a refugee emergency, or the United States, or Australia - no."

By REUTERS
20/06/2019
President Reuven Rivlin
Crises aside, Rivlin appears to be in exuberant mood - analysis

As things stand at the moment, the president is out of the picture until Election Day in just under 16 weeks.

Fixing Lebanon's ruinous electricity crisis

Ageing power plants run by the state use expensive fuel oil that, along with exhaust from diesel generators, adds to the smog lingering over cities in the nation of 6 million people.

By REUTERS
29/03/2019
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