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  • Fin24.com | Elon Musk’s team in talks with Thai officials to help with cave rescue

    Representatives for Elon Musk are in talks with Thai authorities about aiding in the rescue of a boys’ soccer team stuck in a cave, said a spokesperson for the billionaire. Musk’s companies could help by trying to locate the boys’ precise location using Space Exploration Technologies Corp. or Boring Co. technology, pumping water or providing heavy-duty battery packs known as Tesla Inc. […]

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  • Fin24.com | VBS ‘paid bribes to PIC, Prasa officials‘

    The “epic” scale of the alleged fraud perpetrated at VBS Mutual Bank is detailed in an explosive new affidavit by VBS curator Anoosh Rooplal, including the wanton creation of millions in fake deposits and bribes paid to politicians and “senior officials” of the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) and the Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) to get them to deposit […]

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  • Environmentalism starts at home

    Life would feel better if you could wave a magic wand and make the household clutter disappear. But reorganizing takes time and effort – although not as much as you’d think. If it seems like an overwhelming task, there are professional organizers who make an entire business of coming to your home and helping you get rid of things you […]

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  • U.S. hedge fund giant considering to buy Israeli utility Bezeq

    Highland Capital Partners – a $14 billion US private equity firm – is looking to purchase Israeli telecom utility Bezeq’s controlled shares, according to market sources, who first leaked the news to The Jerusalem Post. Based in Dallas, Texas, the giant hedge fund would be buying up roughly 26% of Bezeq’s shares, worth an estimated NIS 1.2 billion – all […]

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  • Israel says Irish bill to prohibit settlement products is ‘immoral’

    The passage of a bill in the Irish parliament next week prohibiting “the import and sales of goods, services and natural resources” from the settlements would be “catastrophic” for Israeli-Irish ties, senior sources in Jerusalem said on Wednesday. Israel is working quietly and behind the scenes to try to thwart the passage of the legislation, The Jerusalem Post has learned. […]

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  • Foreign children in Israeli jails: ‘Mom, why are we here?‘

    You could hear the absurdity from the first moment that we stepped into Givon Prison. The strong buzz of the blue steel door opening, and immediately after stepping inside, a loud screeching sound, iron striking iron when the door closed behind us. Sounds of prison, causing even those that have never been behind bars to tremble. Suddenly, however, one sound […]

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  • Trial of Israeli ex-minister for spying for Iran opens today

    The trial of , who was arrested for spying for Iran, opened on Thursday, though behind closeddoors due to a gag order still on much of the details. Segev, who appeared in the Jerusalem District Court, is expected to plead not guilty initially, though the prosecution believes that there may eventually be a plea deal. Be the first to know […]

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