Tamir Cohen, Shikun & Binui’s CEO, recently shared his thoughts with the Jerusalem Post about the company’s role in building the state of Israel.
The Iranian attacks were likely carried out as retaliation against cyberattacks that targeted ports, trains and gas stations in Iran.
The torpedoes are being developed for deployment on the Belgorod and Khabarovsk nuclear submarines.
The company’s technology converts food waste into bioplastics, which are both useful and biodegradable in industrial composters.
A high-intensity earthquake is expected to occur within the next 50 years between southern Lebanon and the Dead Sea along the Syrian-African Rift.
Yitzhak Aharonovich talks to the Jerusalem Post about his new role the chairman of Mekorot who helped turn a water sector in crisis into an enterprise that produces a surplus of water.
Mekorot has recently signed a series of agreements in Argentina, with the aim of building comprehensive master plans for the water sector which has suffered from climate change.
Dutch intelligence officials say that Russia is very eager to map out their energy infrastructure in order to be able to sabotage it.
The Old City of Jerusalem is now accessible for wheelchairs. The Temple Mount and Mughrabi Bridge, however, remain untouched.
The Tourism Ministry's Development Budget Committee approved a budget that includes the establishment of dozens of public tourism infrastructure projects.