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Maya Vishniyak, a 22-year-old murdered by her boyfriend, 21-year-old Amit Almog.
Psychiatrist finds Maya Vishniyak’s alleged murderer fit for trial

The hearing was punctuated by Vishniyak’s family confronting Almog, who appeared via videoconferencing, during court discussions, shouting at him, “Murderer, look at me!”

By MAARIV ONLINE
14/07/2020
Ramat Gan buys colorful water bowls for thirsty street cats

Israel is currently experiencing an intense heatwave and the city is adamant that “in Ramat Gan, nobody will be thirsty!”

21-year-old strangles girlfriend to death in his Ramat Gan home

The suspect was allegedly very confused throughout the entire police investigation with him, but confessed nonetheless to the murder. He allegedly also tried to kill his mother when she arrived.

17/05/2020
Ramat Gan residents ask mayor to build 'separation wall' near Haredi city

Ultra-Orthodox communities have seen high numbers of coronavirus patients, leading to controversial allegations toward Haredi Jews.

By LEON SVERDLOV
29/03/2020
Diamond
Ramat Gan hosts International Diamond Week

More than 300 diamond dealers, purchasing agents and executives from around the world were welcomed Monday by Ramat Gan Mayor Carmel Shama-Hacohen at the opening of International Diamond Week

Startup’s AI tech wrist-band predicts healthcare risks to elderly

Owlytics specializes in wearable-based analytics technology for the medical sector

Ramat Gan general view
Woman accuses neighbor of rape while she was passed out on sleeping pills

A 20-year-old man was arrested under suspicion of rape of his 26-year-old neighbor in Ramat Gan. He claimed it was consensual. His arrest has been extended.

By ALON HOCHMON/MAARIV
30/12/2019
Deadly car accident in Ramat Gan, Dec. 22, 2019
2 killed, 5 injured in fatal car accident in Ramat Gan

"When we arrived at the scene with a large number of forces, we saw the commercial vehicle that was trapped under the back part of the truck," said Magen David Adom paramedic Simcha Simandoiv.

Shabbat candles
Know Comment: ‘Buycott’ for Shabbat

A consumer campaign is necessary to preserve Shabbat as a national cultural-religious asset.

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