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Israel's lead peace negotiator tells business conference in Tel Aviv that continued conflict harms economy.
Erekat: Bill shows Israel's "indifference" to international law; Yesh Atid, Hatnua are likely to appeal vote on bill that would apply Israeli law to the area.
Party’s No. 9 learned ‘different’ political way at Columbia.
Minister Yael German says despite serious deficit she will insist that service to patients improve.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Governor of the western province of Papua New Guinea tells Health Minister German that local medicine lacks advanced technologies.
The dispute involves what the workers claim is foot-dragging in negotiations over the last 18 months on reaching a new collective agreement.
There is no high-quality and equitable medicine without additional investment, says medical official.
“It can’t be that management wants to go two years backwards and renege on agreements already reached with us,” a Histadrut official says.
Asher Elhayany, accused of making unapproved expenditures, calls ministry’s hearing ‘erroneous, improper, illegal.’
Knesset extends May 1 deadline which would have prevented the sale of prescription medication packages without translations.
Pharma-Israel: “serious shortage” of drugs expected when new Arabic and Russian language requirements take effect next month.
Health Minister German signs controversial regulations not requiring local fluoridation for drinking water; dentists say harmful.
Student Association demands that ministry push through amendment to legislation to change the situation.
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