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Project Better Place Plugs First Charge Spot to Electric Car

Better Place Israel, which is deploying the world’s first nationwide network for charging electric vehicles, demonstrated for the first time its charging spot plugged in and charging an electric car in Israel. The company unveiled its first plugged in parking lots as well as the charging spot design that will be used in deployments around the world.

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Peres Promotes The Red-Dead Canal

President Shimon Peres arrived in Petra, where he met with King Abdullah II ahead of the a global conference for Nobel Peace Laureates named 'Petra IV: Reaching for New Economic, Scientific and Educational Horizons.' Peres is also seeking to promote the joint Israeli-Jordanian-Palestinian water canal from the Red Sea to the Dead Sea.

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Valley of Peace - By Shimon Peres

The government of Israel adopted an important, precedential decision, designating the "Valley of Peace" plan as a "National Project" for all intents and purposes. The plan will be given preference in the government's list of priorities, and benefit from a shortening of bureaucratic processes and a comprehensive governmental effort towards putting it into action. These steps constitute the climax of an effort to change perceptions, overcome prejudice, and use modern methods in order to bring about real political change in the region.

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PERES GRAND DESIGN

The latest meeting of Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas comes against the backdrop of more Israeli goodwill gestures and Palestinian pledges to rein in the terrorists. But behind the latest headlines about the political give and take between the two leaders some serious behind the scenes economic understandings have been forged which also include Jordan. IsraCast says President Shimon Peres has been the driving force behind this independent track and a recent meeting of the Council of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem, Peres disclosed his grand design.

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