Arab Israeli Conflict
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According to a report in Lebanon, Israeli Air Force planes circled low in the south of the country and there were "sonic booms" over Tyre.
The images, taken by ImageSat International (ISI), showed the complete destruction of the 60x15 meter storehouse which supposedly held Fajr-5 missiles at an Iranian base.
This is what the aftermath of the recent IAF strikes on Gaza looks like.
By MICHAEL ZEFF
During the first week of the escalation of the pilots’ strike, representatives from both sides fought fiercely over public opinion.
On Tuesday night, Channel 2 News published a list of terms that the management and pilots have agreed upon in their Monday negotiations round.
Histadrut chairman Avi Nissenkorn: The Finance Ministry proposed that over sixties pay NIS 40,000 for coverage.
By GLOBES/SHAY NIV
The Histadrut on Monday released a list of 256 local authorities that would be on strike, and said that trash collection and parking inspectors would not operate.
By NIV ELIS
The workers, who earn about NIS 32 to NIS 33 per hour, say they fear they will soon become the drivers with the lowest hourly salaries in Israel’s public transportation sector.
By SHARON UDASIN
Strike would shutter schools, buses, airport authority and government services.
Public sector wages have not increased in three years.
The Histadrut labor federation and Eli Gabai, the head of the health workers union in the federation, provided a specific reason for the strike.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
The general strike will include paramedical workers employed by the Health Ministry, Clalit Health Services, Meuhedet Health Services, the Hadassah Medical Organization, and more.
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