Israel Aerospace Industries CEO Nimrod Sheffer. Photo: Kfir Ziv

IAI Reports Income of Over $4 Billion in 2019

The company's income grew by $426 million in 2019 and its profits increased to $90 million, the highest level in a decade. IAI CEO: The business transformation that the company has undergone during the last few years is bearing fruit  

The Hezbollah drone intercepted by the IDF. Photo: IDF Spokesperson's Unit

IDF intercepts Hezbollah drone

The IDF announced it brought down the drone, which flew from Lebanon into Israeli airspace and is believed to have been operated by the Lebanese terror organization

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US, Israeli Emergency Management Bodies Set Up Mechanism to Fight Coronavirus

The emergency management authorities of Israel and the US held their first joint talks along with representatives of Israel's Health Ministry, Israel's National Security Council, the US Department of Homeland Security and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The two sides decided to establish joint working groups and mechanisms to exchange information

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IDF Opens Coronavirus Testing Lab

The lab is capable of analyzing hundreds of samples collected each day by mobile teams as part of the struggle against the spread of the contagious virus. The IDF set up the lab at a facility usually used to identify the DNA of fallen IDF troops

Photo: MOD

Israeli Defense Firms in Shadow of Coronavirus

Israel's defense companies are preparing to prevent damage to production of weaponry, which is mostly for the IDF. From protective measures to emergency plans: This is how the companies are dealing with the Coronavirus crisis.  

Rockets being fired from Gaza towards Israel. Archive photo: AP

IDF Strikes Islamic Jihad Targets

Following a barrage of dozens of rockets fired at Israel, the IDF retaliated with strikes against the terrorist organization south of Damascus and across the Gaza Strip

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How the US and Germany Fooled the World for Decades

The American and German intelligence communities used Crypto AG, a Swiss company that made encryption toold, to spy on more than 100 countries. Intelligence gathered through this joint operation is said to have influenced the Israel-Egypt peace talks, the Falklands War, and the Iran-Iraq war, among others
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