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BY Maayan Jaffe
November 26, 2013

There wasn’t a news site by last Sunday morning void of a story about the historic deal — or “mistake,” as Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was calling it — which was signed between Iran and the P5+1 (the United States, Russia, China, the United Kingdom and France plus Germany) late last Saturday night. But, CONTINUE »

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New hire has hopes for better, more strategic relations between Maryland, Israel
BY Maayan Jaffe
November 26, 2013

The Maryland/Israel Development Center has made a new hire. But you won’t see him too often at the MIDC office in the Department of Business and Economic Development in Baltimore City. That’s because his office is in Netanya, Israel. Ilan Friedman will now serve as the connector between Maryland and Israeli companies and the MIDC. CONTINUE »

BY Maayan Jaffe with JTA Wire Service
November 23, 2013

Iran and the major powers achieved an interim deal to freeze some nuclear activity in exchange for some sanctions relief. “We have reached an agreement,” Javad Zarif, the Iranian foreign minister leading talks in Geneva, said on his Twitter feed early Sunday morning. According to a White House statement sent to reporters later in the CONTINUE »

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Lockheed Martin to open major subsidiary in Israel
BY Maayan Jaffe
November 19, 2013

A crowd of 200 people poured into Howard County Community College on Tuesday, Nov. 19, for the Maryland/Israel Development Center’s Showcase of Innovation, a program celebrating Israeli companies with offices in Maryland and local companies doing business in and with the Jewish state. The cocktail hour and round-robin dialogues made for an interesting evening, as CONTINUE »

BY Tazpit News Agency
November 14, 2013

A new record for tourism in Israel was set this month as 339,000 tourists entered into the country during October 2013, a 12 percent increase from last year’s numbers; 551,000 people visited Israel during September and October, an increase of 3 percent. “Tourists continue to vote with their feet,” said Minister of Tourism Uzi Landau. CONTINUE »