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Israel delivers booster shots of vaccine to people over 60

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli health authorities began administering coronavirus booster shots Friday to people over 60 who’ve already received both does of a vaccine, in a bid to combat a recent spike in cases. The decision was announced Thursday by the Israeli prime minister, Naftali Bennet, making Israel the first country to offer a third dose of a Western vaccine to its citizens on a wide scale.

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Israel delivers booster shots of vaccine to people over 60

Israeli health provider to offer 3rd COVID shot to elderly

JERUSALEM (AP) - A leading Israeli health provider on Thursday said it would soon begin offering a third, booster COVID-19 shot to patients over the age of 60 who have already been vaccinated against the coronavirus. Maccabi, one of Israel's four publicly funded health maintenance organizations, said its members could already register and the vaccinations would start on Sunday.

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Israeli health provider to offer 3rd COVID shot to elderly

Theatre503 to eliminate artist hire fees as it unveils new season

More on this topic Musical Theatre Academy staves off closure following funding campaignFinborough and Lawrence Batley among theatres sharing £70k upgrade fundDelfont Mackintosh Theatres introduces Covid certification schemeMark Rylance and Mackenzie Crook reunite for Jerusalem run Production News Mark Rylance and Mackenzie Crook reunite for Jerusalem runNew Diorama 'heartbroken' to cancel Civilisation shows after positive Covid caseManchester's Home announces return to live theatre with 30-show season

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Theatre503 to eliminate artist hire fees as it unveils new season

Israel to offer 3rd COVID booster shot to older citizens

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s prime minister on Thursday announced that the country would offer a coronavirus booster to people over 60 who have already been vaccinated. The announcement by Naftali Bennett makes Israel the first country to offer a third dose of the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine to its citizens on a wide scale.

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Israel to offer 3rd COVID booster shot to older citizens

Mark Rylance and Mackenzie Crook reunite for Jerusalem run

More on this topic Musical Theatre Academy staves off closure following funding campaignFinborough and Lawrence Batley among theatres sharing £70k upgrade fundDelfont Mackintosh Theatres introduces Covid certification schemeTheatre503 to eliminate artist hire fees as it unveils new season Production News Theatre503 to eliminate artist hire fees as it unveils new seasonNew Diorama 'heartbroken' to cancel Civilisation shows after positive Covid caseManchester's Home announces return to live theatre with 30-show season

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Mark Rylance and Mackenzie Crook reunite for Jerusalem run

Here in Jerusalem, we Palestinians are still fighting for our homes

The world has looked away, but in Sheikh Jarrah the effort to dispossess us has not slowed down Wed 28 Jul 2021 09.57 EDT A few months ago, the world’s attention was on Sheikh Jarrah, my neighbourhood in occupied Jerusalem. For decades, Israeli settlers, backed by their state, have been trying to displace us from our homes and colonise our neighbourhood.

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Here in Jerusalem, we Palestinians are still fighting for our homes

Shakespeare’s Globe charges theatre critics for tickets – 25 years ago in The Stage

More on this topic Mark Rylance and Mackenzie Crook reunite for Jerusalem runTerence Rattigan: The rise, fall and rise again of a 20th-century greatChanging spaces: how theatre critic Fiona Mountford swapped the stalls for the stageJoseph and the Amazing Technicolor DreamcoatMark Rylance and Mackenzie Crook reunite for Jerusalem runPost-pandemic, theatres must stop penalising single-ticket buyersTerence Rattigan: The rise, fall and rise again of a 20th-century greatChanging spaces: how theatre critic Fiona Mountford swapped the stalls for the stageJoseph and the Amazing Technicolor DreamcoatNew Diorama 'heartbroken' to cancel Civilisation shows after positive Covid caseCoronavirus: Matthew Bourne productions to be broadcast on TVDrama school racism: Students call out top schools and reveal stories of abuseCoronavirus: Italia Conti to close junior school following internal review'Rejected': Phantom’s longest-running cast member on not being asked backIndoor live performance to resume from August 1Coronavirus: Theatre workers being asked to pay back furlough contributions

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Shakespeare’s Globe charges theatre critics for tickets – 25 years ago in The Stage

Human Rights Watch: Israeli war crimes apparent in Gaza war

Human Rights Watch has accused the Israeli military of carrying attacks that “apparently amount to war crimes” during an 11-day war against the Hamas militant group in May Human Rights Watch on Tuesday accused the Israeli military of carrying attacks that “apparently amount to war crimes” during an 11-day war against the Hamas militant group in May.

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Human Rights Watch: Israeli war crimes apparent in Gaza war

Israeli government wants more Ultra-Orthodox men to work, but faces pushback

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's new government is looking to take advantage of a rare political opportunity to push more ultra-Orthodox Jewish men into the workforce to boost the economy, a measure that could pit powerful religious leaders against politicians. By 2065, Israel's "haredi" community is expected to make up 32% of Israel's population, up from 12% now, according to official estimates.

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Israeli government wants more Ultra-Orthodox men to work, but faces pushback

Israel Fin Min sees 5.1% economic growth, 7% budget deficit in 2021

(Reuters) - Israel's Finance Ministry said on Sunday the 2021-2022 budget will be based on a 5.1% economic growth estimate this year and a 4.7% forecast next year. The budget draft is slated to be presented to the cabinet next week. Final parliamentary approval is expected in November.

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Israel Fin Min sees 5.1% economic growth, 7% budget deficit in 2021

A foodie tour of Jerusalem, from the soil to the sea

Lauren Keith lets her nose guide her through Jerusalem’s organic farms, natural wines and Sabbath dinners Despite being located in the place long known as the land of milk and honey, Jerusalem still seems to fly under the international foodie’s radar. But this storied city, perhaps the world’s original travel destination, has quietly been undergoing a food revolution that’s elevating Middle Eastern cuisine.

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A foodie tour of Jerusalem, from the soil to the sea

Hungary Launches Probe As Global Spyware Scandal Reverberates

Hungarian prosecutors have launched a probe into the alleged unlawful surveillance of critics of Prime Minister Viktor Orban as governments around the world continue to scramble to deal with the fallout from a scandal over the misuse of Israeli-made spyware. A global-media consortium recently reported that spyware made by the Israel-based NSO Group may have been used to hack the smartphones of more than a dozen current or former world leaders, as well as hundreds of other officials, journalists, and rights activists worldwide.

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Hungary Launches Probe As Global Spyware Scandal Reverberates

Republican senator calls for sales of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream to be blocked in his state

In a meltdown of his own, Sen James Lankford calls on legislators to boycott ice cream over it’s opposition to Israeli occupation of West Bank and east Jerusalem An outraged Oklahoma Republican senator has called on legislators to “block the sale of all Ben & Jerry’s” in his state after the brand announced that it would not renew an operating licence in Israel.

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Republican senator calls for sales of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream to be blocked in his state

'We're not woke', says Unilever boss

Alan Jope seeks to distance consumer goods giant from Ben & Jerry's decision to stop selling ice cream in occupied Palestinian territories The boss of Unilever has insisted the consumer goods behemoth is not "woke", as he sought to distance it from a decision by its Ben & Jerry's brand to stop selling ice cream in occupied Palestinian territories.

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'We're not woke', says Unilever boss

Where to eat and drink in Dublin for 48-hour trip

There’s a lot to like about Dublin’s food scene. But you’ll just need to put up with the fold-out Ikea tables and chairs for little bit longer. While a few of the casual dining crowd have bitten the dust in recent years, there remains a deluge of quirky and interesting places to help make a trip south, aside from the high-profile Michelin-starred eateries which have helped put the city’s food credentials on the map.

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Where to eat and drink in Dublin for 48-hour trip

'Exciting findings' Archaeologist moved to tears by remarkable Biblical find in Israel

ARCHAEOLOGISTS were left on the verge of tears when excavations in the ancient city of Jerusalem exposed the remains of a fortified wall from the biblical First Temple period. The First Temple period (1200 to 586 BC) describes one of the most thrilling but enigmatic periods in the Holy Land's history.

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'Exciting findings' Archaeologist moved to tears by remarkable Biblical find in Israel

PM urges Israelis to get vaccinated as delta variant spreads

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s prime minister on Thursday called upon hundreds of thousands of citizens who have not yet been vaccinated against the coronavirus to get the shot. His appeal came as new infections climbed precipitously in recent weeks. Naftali Bennett’s televised address was the latest sign of concern in a country that has been among world leaders in vaccinating its people.

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PM urges Israelis to get vaccinated as delta variant spreads

Politics foil replacing hazardous bridge to Jerusalem site

Israeli experts say a rickety bridge allowing access to Jerusalem’s most sensitive holy site is at risk of collapse A rickety bridge allowing access to Jerusalem s most sensitive holy site is at risk of collapse, according to experts. But the flashpoint shrine's delicate position at ground-zero of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has prevented its repair for more than a decade.

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Politics foil replacing hazardous bridge to Jerusalem site