Tel Aviv may have more start-ups per capita than any other city in the world. Many foreign firms also do R&D in Israel, because the business and science ecosystems are so nurturing. Technology for self-driving vehicles is one focus among many.
The "Fridays for Future" protests have reinvigorated the debate on climate change around the world. An exhibition in Tel Aviv now shows how cities can use innovative technologies to limit the effects of global warming.
After two days of fighting between Israel and Gaza militants, Egypt has reportedly mediated a cease-fire. It's a relief for the residents of southern Israel and the Gaza Strip, though many doubt the truce will last.
"Dare to dream" is the motto of this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. For some it's a big party, others are determined to boycott it. Sarah Hofmann reports from Israel.
With roughly half a million people, France is home to the world's third-largest Jewish community, after Israel and the US. Nevertheless, many Jews no longer feel at ease in France in the face of increasing harassment.
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