Demonstrators En Masse in Tel Aviv Demand Netanyahu Steps Down

Knesset

Following police recommendations that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu be impeached on corruption allegations, nearly 2,000 left-wing demonstrators assembled in Tel Aviv demanding that the PM resign. Investigators have pronounced that they had amassed enough proof to charge Netanyahu with accepting bribes, and breach of trust for supposedly receiving gifts from well-off businessmen amounting to around $283,000 (1 million shekels). Netanyahu also faces charges of conspiring with a newspaper publisher to bestow political string-pulling in return for more supportive reporting. The PM is adamant that he is innocent, rejected the proclamation,…

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Tel Aviv Municipality reconsiders Kikar Atarim Plan

TLV

A local residents’ survey has surprised the municipality of Tel Aviv in its revelation that all are against existing plans to redevelop the TA Kikar Atarim location facing the city’s Marina and Gordon swimming pool. In response, the Tel Aviv Municipality has elected to review the proposed plan. The Municipality’s decision is not light as it postpones a proposal deliberated in the city’s building and planning commission back in October of 2015. The plan was already on its way to being paid for, hence this is a significant accomplishment for…

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WeWork to Hold Global Creativity Awards Event in Tel Aviv

tel aviv

American company WeWork, which provides services and workspace to over 20,000 forward-thinking companies in 160 physical locations and 53 cities worldwide, is launching its inaugural Creator Awards event with ceremonies in eight regions around the world, including one in Tel Aviv, Israel in October. Other ceremonies still coming up are in New York (November 16) and Mexico City (February 2018). Since launching the Awards in March 2017, the event has been held in Washington, DC; Detroit, Michigan; Austin, Texas; London and Berlin. The series of global events include more than…

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Tel Aviv Offers Red Carpet Package to Attract Global Tech Firms

TLV

By Ham-Let Tel Aviv, Israel’s hi-tech center, is seeking to attract a larger number of global companies to set up research and development (R&D) facilities in the city center. In fact, to-date, Tel Aviv has attracted some 73 international R&D centers — a 5th of all Israel’s R&D centers, with companies like Renault, Google, Visa, and Bosch having set up local research facilities. According to a report by Tel Aviv Global, the city’s worldwide economic development unit, and IVC Research Center that follows the high-tech industry, this has not only…

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