MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS: After years of construction and billions in cost, the Tel Aviv Light Rail starts heading down the track.
The investigation into the incident was taken over by the Federal Criminal Police Office, Germany's central criminal investigation agency.
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Israel would help bring everyone together – courtesy of a railway that could eventually link the Jewish state with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Call it a (rail)road map for peace.
Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
Before taking on as ambitious a project as a fast train from Kiryat Shmona to Eilat, the government should prioritize upgrading existing infrastructure.
“Today we are launching the 'One Israel' project - connecting the entire country by high-speed train fromKiryat Shmona to Eilat,” Netanyahu said.
This change was implemented for app users only and is set to come into effect for Rav Kav users on August 1.
The judicial reform protesters announced that they will be targeting the train stations in Tuesday's major protest.
Trains traveling from Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Beit Shemesh, and a number of other locations were affected.