Local לוד Meẖoz HaMe news, ישראל
In Lod, the body of a man was found who was shot
A 50-year-old man was found dead at the scene by paramedics Magen David Adom.
The police said they have begun an investigation into the alleged murder, which may be part of a conflict between the families.
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January in Israel is the height of the persimmon season
Persimmon is a genus of subtropical and tropical deciduous or evergreen trees and shrubs of the Ebony family. Trees can live up to five hundred years. In many species, the fruits are edible, some tropical species are a source of valuable wood - ebony.
Israel unveils new reconnaissance aircraft
The aircraft will be part of the existing fleet of onboard early warning and electronic reconnaissance platforms, all of which are based on Gulfstream bizjet aircraft.
In addition to identifying targets, including those on the move, the Oron is likely to serve as a communications hub linking the various Israel Defense Forces units in any large-scale operation.
The third blockade began in Israel on Sunday in order to reduce the incidence of coronavirus
City streets are full of people, many shops have half closed their shutters, but they continue to trade. The number of cars on the roads has decreased by 20 percent. Schools operate in yellow and green cities.
Such a "blockade" almost annoys no one, but it will not lead to a decrease in new cases of coronavirus too quickly. Rather, the stake is on vaccination, but it is not yet known how and when it will work.
Children begin to vaccinate in Israel after 16 years
From today, vaccination of the entire population begins in Israel, except for the excluded categories - children under 16 years of age and allergy sufferers.
From 4 February, all health insurance customers aged 16 and over will be able to schedule a queue for COVID-19 vaccinations through the usual queuing mechanism.
So far 3.2 million Israelis have received the first dose of the vaccine, and 1.8 million have received the second.
In the age group 70-90, about 80% of the population is fully vaccinated, at the age of 60-69 - 64% of Israelis, at the age of 50-59 - 35%.