Here are the headlines from ZION news:
- An Israeli tech company has developed an app that they say can alert parents when their children are being cyber attacked on their smartphones.
- Avi Gabbay has won the Israeli Labor party's primaries, and has become the leader of the center left opposition party. Gabbay narrowly defeated former Labor party leader and Defense Minister Amir Peretz by just over 1000 votes for leadership.
- Israel and the Palestinian Authority have reached a historic agreement on West Bank electrical infrastructure. The new Al Jalameh electrical sub-station near Jenin in the northwestern bank will provide at least 60 more megawatts of power to the area.
- Israel’s Intelligence and Transport Minister Yisrael Katz tackles humanitarian needs of the Gaza Strip with an idea of an artificial island just 3 miles off the coast of the enclave that would home to cargo and passenger ports, operation and management facilities, gas installations and a water desalination plant.
- The family of an Israeli soldier whose body is being held by Hamas in the Gaza Strip has now launched a new media campaign to push the government to put more pressure on Hamas.
- A fire has broken out for the second day in a row on a key Israeli army ammunition base, and investigators are suspecting arson.
- Likud party member Naphtali Bensimon spoke at the ILTV studio about what Israel is doing to integrate the growing population of immigrants and why Aliyah is on the decline in 2017.
- The Israeli Defense Force's civil administration has announced that it has arrested two Palestinians near the West Bank city of Bethlehem for antiquities thievery, as they were transporting columns from an ancient Byzantine church.
- Shipwreck Archaeologists have found three long barreled bronze 16th century cannons from a Venetian weapons manufacturer in a shipwrecked boat off the coast of Haifa.
- Artist Shay Avivi came to the ILTV studio to share his beautiful paintings of the holy land. "An Israeli Journey" is now being exhibited in northern Israeli gallery.
- The Central Bureau of Statistics reported that there was a 26% jump in tourist arrivals to Israel in the first half of 2017 compared to the same period last year. The biggest jump in tourism came from Russia, with a rise of 31 percent.
- Learn a new Hebrew word every day. Today’s word is "matos," which means "plane."
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