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Forensic evidence leads police to a nearby Palestinian village.
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
By PEGGY CIDOR
The high-speed train connecting Jerusalem and Tel Aviv is set to transform the demographics and character of the Holy City – offering both increased opportunity and threats to its traditional nature.
By GOL KALEV
By TAMAR BEERI
Train workers monitor tracks as some of them expand in the extreme heat wave.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Israel Railways interim CEO Uri Sharir ordered on Monday the establishment of an investigation committee to assess the incident.
By EYTAN HALON
Should workers take strike action after the conclusion of the negotiation period, they must give 48 hours' notice to the labor court and railways management.
Netanyahu said he would establish a team next week to prevent strike action affecting critical services and to "enable freedom of movement for all Israeli citizens."
The trains have been a dysfunctional form of public transportation in Israel for the past few weeks with numerous cases of extreme delays and cancellations.
Originally due to open in 2008, Israel’s flagship infrastructure project has been plagued by repeated lengthy delays and soaring costs.
On Tuesday, it became clear that some in Blue and White saw Nissenkorn’s presence as an electoral burden.
By LAHAV HARKOV
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