?? Drama in Dubai: Bravo has given the green light to production of “The Real Housewives of Dubai”, which will air next year.
?? Property hunter: Oracle founder Larry Ellison bought a 422-room resort for $ 345 million in Lake Tahoe.
âï¸ Scandal: Barclays chief executive Jes Staley has resigned amid pressure from regulators over his relationship with convicted sex and financial offender Jeffrey Epstein.
ð¨ð»ââï¸ Legal decision: A California judge has ruled against several major counties that accused four drug makers, including Israeli company Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., of fueling the opioid epidemic in the United States.
âï¸ Trial: A Houston-based engineering company is suing the state of Texas, claiming its 2017 anti-BDS law violates the First Amendment.
?? Look inside: A legal battle over the multi-million dollar fortune created by co-founders of online dating app Tinder, Sean Rad and Justin Mateen, threatens to expose the inner workers of Barry Diller’s sprawling media empire.
?? Watch out for the gap: Israel’s banking supervisor has sent out an amendment that would force lending institutions to set higher targets for female representation on boards of directors and asks banks to set time frames to meet their targets.
ðð½ââï¸ Apologies from the Archbishop: The Archbishop of Canterbury apologized for comments made to the BBC ahead of COP26 that the impact of climate change would be worse than the Holocaust.
?? Flight path: Israel relaxed its travel restrictions yesterday, allowing entry to visitors who have received a dose of the vaccine in the past six months and groups of tourists who test themselves for COVID-19 every 72 hours.
?? No access: Israeli Energy Minister Karine Elharrar, who suffers from muscular dystrophy and uses a wheelchair, was unable to access the first day of the COP26 events due to the lack of accessibility of the venue. The entrance was arranged for her today.
?? Climate commitment: Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett pledged to mobilize Israeli âinnovation and ingenuityâ to tackle climate change during a speech at the Glasgow Climate Change Summit on Monday.
?? Breaking down barriers: A new language exchange project in Jerusalem – modeled on the concept of speed-dating – seeks to connect Hebrew and Arabic speaking Israelis and Palestinians.
âï¸ Transition: The New York Times‘s Emma Goldberg, who has covered a variety of topics for the journal, has been named the Timesthe future of the working journalist.
ð¯ï¸ Remember : Neuropsychologist Muriel Lezak, whose work focused on the effects of brain damage, has died at the age of 94. Israel âIzzyâ Arbeiter, a Holocaust survivor who testified at the Nuremberg trials and played a key role in the creation of the Holocaust memorial in New England, died in 96. Dr. Aaron T. Beck, whose psychotherapy became the centerpiece of a scientific transformation in the treatment of depression, anxiety and many related mental disorders, has died at the age of 100.