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Cross-country 'volcano' marathon in Golan Heights set to take place

The running track is covered by layers of basalt due to volcanoes that that were active 100,000 years ago.

BACK TO NORMAL? Israelis flock to the Mamilla Mall in Jerusalem during Passover this week.

After coronavirus, Israel's malls and markets come back to life

Israel's coronavirus infection and fatality numbers have now been steadily declining for several weeks in the wake of the country's aggressive vaccination campaigns.

BACK TO NORMAL? Israelis flock to the Mamilla Mall in Jerusalem during Passover this week.

After year of coronavirus 'hibernation,' Israel's cities wake up

NATIONAL AFFAIRS: “When the shuk is full, the heart is full,” a vendor in Mahaneh Yehuda told a television reporter.


COVID lockdowns worsened condition of Parkinson's patients

One patient stated that she experienced difficulty sleeping, nightmares, difficulty walking, fixation and motor stiffness and gained weight during the lockdowns.

The Netflix logo is seen on their office in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, US July 16, 2018.

Which countries binge Netflix most? Results may surprise you

Israel falls somewhere in between, coming in 32nd on the list, with 41 days spent on Netflix by the average Israeli binger.

Fuel prices spike as Israel emerges from the coronavirus pandemic

The Energy Ministry announced a maximum price per liter.

A healthcare worker hands over doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to a doctor at Messe Wi

Gov’t cancels meeting to approve NIS 3.5 billion worth of vaccines

Likud: "Gantz endangering safety and health of all Israeli citizens."

Coronavirus: Will Israel's nightlife return to normal post-lockdown?

The image of half-naked strangers rubbing up against each other in smoky air under the spell of house or trance music seems like something once only seen in movies.


Taiwan’s Jewish community prepares for Passover party — no masks required

The seder will be a lot like the community’s Purim party: packed, unmasked and with shared food.


Andres Abt, first Jewish mayor of district in Montevideo, dies at 47

Abt was raised in an intermarried family in Montevideo and it was his non-Jewish mother who encouraged him to embrace his Judaism.

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