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The Syrian Civil War Is Keeping Lovers Apart

The Syrian Civil War Is Keeping Lovers Apart

By on Nov 1, 2014 in Israel

Aine Pennello

In the hilltop town of Majdal Shams, Israel, bridegroom Asad Khlone waits for his fiancée. Because she lives in war-torn Syria-Israel’s sworn enemy, now rife with Islamic State terrorists-Khlone must get special permission from the Israeli government to bring her over the country’s threshold. The only son of elderly...

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In Israel, water where there was none

In Israel, water where there was none

By on Nov 17, 2013 in Israel

Erin Ailworth

Necessity and ingenuity made Israelis leaders in water technology. Now, seeing vast global potential, they are teaming up with Mass. innovators View Photo Gallery View Graphic View Video YATIR FOREST, Israel — On the chalky lower slopes of the Hebron Hills, in the midst of the scorched Israeli desert,...

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Hire shows Mass. is committed to water tech sector

Hire shows Mass. is committed to water tech sector

By on Jun 22, 2013 in Israel

Erin Ailworth

Plunging into the chilling waters of Lake Austin on sweltering Texas summer days. Water skiing with his father. Watching lake levels rise and fall near his family’s vacation home. These are memories that bubble up when Michael Murphy explains how he ended up at the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center...

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State seeks to build water tech cluster

By on Jun 20, 2013 in Israel

Erin Ailworth

With dozens of water technology companies already operating in Massachusetts, political and industry leaders on Wednesday detailed a plan for building the low-profile sector into a global leader producing innovative products and services needed to satisfy the growing demand for water worldwide. The proposal calls for the creation of...

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