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TEL AVIV BEACH LIFE
Israelis enjoy the beach in Tel Aviv as temperatures rise to 40 degrees Celsius (more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit) in some parts of the countr…
Eighty-two percent of the country’s 101 official beaches have been returned to usable condition, says Israel’s Environmental Protection ministry.
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Israel’s largest environmental disaster brings out thousands of volunteers to clean beaches and brings renewed call for prevention and monitoring.
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Citing the incident’s international dimensions, Israel’s Environmental Protection Agency, which requested the ban, told the court that publicizing details at this stage could jeopardize the investigation.
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(JTA) — Israel closed its Mediterannean beaches to deal with what its officials say may be the worst oil spill in the country’s history.
Tons of poisonous black tar have washed up along Israel's entire Mediterranean coastline since Friday. The source of the pollution, likely an oil spill, is currently under investigation.
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A closed beach on the Red Sea in the resort city of Eilat, on May 13, 2020.
Israelis on the beach in Tel Aviv during a nationwide lockdown, in Tel Aviv. October 15, 2020.