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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ISRAEL-PATROL
RTS36A5R
March 16, 2020
Health Ministry inspectors speak with a woman who is in self quarantine as a precaution against coronavirus...
Hadera, Israel
Health Ministry inspectors speak with a woman who is in self quarantine as a precaution against coronavirus...
Health Ministry inspectors speak with a woman who is in self quarantine as a precaution against coronavirus spread in Hadera, Israel March 16, 2020 REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ISRAEL-PATROL
RTS36A5N
March 16, 2020
Israeli Health Ministry inspectors put on protective gear before they go up to the apartment of a person...
Hadera, Israel
Israeli Health Ministry inspectors put on protective gear before they go up to the apartment of a person...
Israeli Health Ministry inspectors put on protective gear before they go up to the apartment of a person in self quarantine as a precaution against coronavirus spread in Hadera, Israel March 16, 2020 REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ISRAEL-PATROL
RTS36A5D
March 16, 2020
An Israeli police officer helps a Health Ministry inspector put on protective gear before they go up...
Hadera, Israel
An Israeli police officer helps a Health Ministry inspector put on protective gear before they go up...
An Israeli police officer helps a Health Ministry inspector put on protective gear before they go up to the apartment of a person in self quarantine as a precaution against coronavirus spread in Hadera, Israel March 16, 2020 REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-HACKERS/
RTS2NE0J
August 22, 2019
A man is reflected in a monitor as he takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training...
Hadera, Israel
A man is reflected in a monitor as he takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training...
A man is reflected in a monitor as he takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, at their training center in Hadera, Israel July 8, 2019. Picture taken July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-HACKERS/
RTS2NDQG
August 22, 2019
Graffiti is seen near the logo of Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric...
Hadera, Israel
Graffiti is seen near the logo of Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric...
Graffiti is seen near the logo of Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, at their training center in Hadera, Israel July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-HACKERS/
RTS2NDP4
August 22, 2019
A man takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel...
Hadera, Israel
A man takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel...
A man takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, at their training center in Hadera, Israel July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-HACKERS/
RTS2NDP2
August 22, 2019
People take part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel...
Hadera, Israel
People take part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel...
People take part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, at their training center in Hadera, Israel July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-HACKERS/
RTS2NDP1
August 22, 2019
Ofir Hason, CEO of Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation,...
Hadera, Israel
Ofir Hason, CEO of Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation,...
Ofir Hason, CEO of Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, looks on during an interview with Reuters at their training center in Hadera, Israel July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-HACKERS/
RTS2NDOW
August 22, 2019
A man takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel...
Hadera, Israel
A man takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel...
A man takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, at their training center in Hadera, Israel July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-HACKERS/
RTS2NDOV
August 22, 2019
The logo of Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, is...
Hadera, Israel
The logo of Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, is...
The logo of Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, is seen at their training center in Hadera, Israel July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-HACKERS/
RTS2NDOU
August 22, 2019
The logo of Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, is...
Hadera, Israel
The logo of Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, is...
The logo of Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, is seen at their training center in Hadera, Israel July 8, 2019. Picture taken July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-HACKERS/
RTS2NDOS
August 22, 2019
A man is reflected in a monitor as he takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training...
Hadera, Israel
A man is reflected in a monitor as he takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training...
A man is reflected in a monitor as he takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, at their training center in Hadera, Israel July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-HACKERS/
RTS2NDOQ
August 22, 2019
A Guy Fawkes mask made popular by the movie "V for Vendetta", hangs on a wall in an office at Cybergym,...
Hadera, Israel
A Guy Fawkes mask made popular by the movie "V for Vendetta", hangs on a wall in an office at Cybergym,...
A Guy Fawkes mask made popular by the movie "V for Vendetta", hangs on a wall in an office at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, in Hadera, Israel July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-HACKERS/
RTS2NDOP
August 22, 2019
A man takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel...
Hadera, Israel
A man takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel...
A man takes part in a training session at Cybergym, a cyber-warfare training facility backed by the Israel Electric Corporation, at their training center in Hadera, Israel July 8, 2019. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-SHAKERS/
RTX6J6WQ
December 19, 2018
Part of Eitan Bar-on's collection of 37,000 pairs of salt and pepper shakers, are displayed in a shack...
Hadera, Israel
Part of Eitan Bar-on's collection of 37,000 pairs of salt and pepper shakers, are displayed in a shack...
Part of Eitan Bar-on's collection of 37,000 pairs of salt and pepper shakers, are displayed in a shack at his backyard of his home in Hadera, Israel December 12, 2018. Picture taken December 12, 2018. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ISRAEL-SHAKERS/
RTX6J6WO
December 19, 2018
Eitan Bar-on looks at a pair of salt and pepper shakers, part of his collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers,...
Hadera, Israel
Eitan Bar-on looks at a pair of salt and pepper shakers, part of his collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers,...
Eitan Bar-on looks at a pair of salt and pepper shakers, part of his collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, in a shack at the backyard of his home in Hadera, Israel December 12, 2018. Picture taken December 12, 2018. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ISRAEL-SHAKERS/
RTX6J6WM
December 19, 2018
Eitan Bar-on holds a pair of salt and pepper shakers, part of his collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers,...
Hadera, Israel
Eitan Bar-on holds a pair of salt and pepper shakers, part of his collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers,...
Eitan Bar-on holds a pair of salt and pepper shakers, part of his collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, at a shack in the backyard of his home in Hadera, Israel December 12, 2018. Picture taken December 12, 2018. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ISRAEL-SHAKERS/
RTX6J6VO
December 19, 2018
Eitan Bar-on stands next his collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, displayed in a shack at the backyard...
Hadera, Israel
Eitan Bar-on stands next his collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, displayed in a shack at the backyard...
Eitan Bar-on stands next his collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, displayed in a shack at the backyard of his home in Hadera, Israel December 12, 2018. Picture taken December 12, 2018. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ISRAEL-SHAKERS/
RTX6J6VI
December 19, 2018
Pairs of salt and pepper shakers, part of Eitan Bar-on's collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, are seen...
Hadera, Israel
Pairs of salt and pepper shakers, part of Eitan Bar-on's collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, are seen...
Pairs of salt and pepper shakers, part of Eitan Bar-on's collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, are seen on display in a shack at the backyard of his home in Hadera, Israel December 12, 2018. Picture taken December 12, 2018. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ISRAEL-SHAKERS/
RTX6J6VH
December 19, 2018
Pairs of salt and pepper shakers, part of Eitan Bar-on's collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, are seen...
Hadera, Israel
Pairs of salt and pepper shakers, part of Eitan Bar-on's collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, are seen...
Pairs of salt and pepper shakers, part of Eitan Bar-on's collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, are seen on display in a shack at the backyard of his home in Hadera, Israel December 12, 2018. Picture taken December 12, 2018. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ISRAEL-SHAKERS/
RTX6J6VF
December 19, 2018
Pairs of salt and pepper shakers, part of Eitan Bar-on's collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, are seen...
Hadera, Israel
Pairs of salt and pepper shakers, part of Eitan Bar-on's collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, are seen...
Pairs of salt and pepper shakers, part of Eitan Bar-on's collection of 37,000 pairs of shakers, are seen on display in a shack at the backyard of his home in Hadera, Israel December 12, 2018. Picture taken December 12, 2018. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS4030
October 11, 2015
An Israeli policeman stands next to the car used by an Arab citizen of Israel to attack and injure four...
GAN SHMUEL, Israel
An Israeli policeman stands next to the car used by an Arab citizen of Israel to attack and injure four...
An Israeli policeman stands next to the car used by an Arab citizen of Israel to attack and injure four Israelis in Gan Shmuel near the central israeli town of Hadera, October 11, 2015. An Arab citizen of Israel stabbed four people at a bus stop in northern Israel on Sunday as security forces confronted a surge of attacks against Israelis in the Jewish state and in the occupied West Bank. Four Israelis and 23 Palestinians have died in 12 days of bloodshed fuelled in part by Muslim anger over increasing Jewish access to the al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem. Violence, including a series of stabbings, has spread from the holy city and the Israeli-occupied West Bank to Israel's interior and Hamas-ruled Gaza. REUTERS/Baz Ratner TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS402W
October 11, 2015
Israeli police patrol near the scene of an attack by an Arab citizen of Israel that injured four Israelis...
GAN SHMUEL, Israel
Israeli police patrol near the scene of an attack by an Arab citizen of Israel that injured four Israelis...
Israeli police patrol near the scene of an attack by an Arab citizen of Israel that injured four Israelis in Gan Shmuel near the central israeli town of Hadera, October 11, 2015. An Arab citizen of Israel stabbed four people at a bus stop in northern Israel on Sunday as security forces confronted a surge of attacks against Israelis in the Jewish state and in the occupied West Bank. Four Israelis and 23 Palestinians have died in 12 days of bloodshed fuelled in part by Muslim anger over increasing Jewish access to the al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem. Violence, including a series of stabbings, has spread from the holy city and the Israeli-occupied West Bank to Israel's interior and Hamas-ruled Gaza. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-NATGAS/TANKER
RTX181TV
January 31, 2014
An officer looks at a screen displaying an image of a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas, from a control...
Hadera, Israel
An officer looks at a screen displaying an image of a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas, from the...
An officer looks at a screen displaying an image of a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas, from a control room of the tanker, in the Mediterranean, some 10 km (6 miles) from the coastal Israeli city of Hadera January 22, 2014. Permanently anchored in the choppy waters of the eastern Mediterranean, the tanker Excellence is in a constant state of alert, waiting for the emergency phone call that Israel needs fuel. The gas, imported and stored in liquid form on the tanker, can be "regassified" and pumped through a special buoy into an underwater pipeline, providing the Israeli Electric Corp its auxiliary supplies. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-NATGAS/TANKER
RTX181TU
January 31, 2014
An officer points as he stands on a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean, some...
Hadera, Israel
An officer points as he stands on a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean, some...
An officer points as he stands on a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean, some 10 km (6 miles) from the coastal Israeli city of Hadera January 22, 2014. Permanently anchored in the choppy waters of the eastern Mediterranean, the tanker Excellence is in a constant state of alert, waiting for the emergency phone call that Israel needs fuel. The gas, imported and stored in liquid form on the tanker, can be "regassified" and pumped through a special buoy into an underwater pipeline, providing the Israeli Electric Corp its auxiliary supplies. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-NATGAS/TANKER
RTX181TT
January 31, 2014
An engineer walks in the engine room below deck on a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean,...
Hadera, Israel
An engineer walks in the engine room below deck on a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean,...
An engineer walks in the engine room below deck on a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean, some 10 km (6 miles) from the coastal Israeli city of Hadera January 22, 2014. Permanently anchored in the choppy waters of the eastern Mediterranean, the tanker Excellence is in a constant state of alert, waiting for the emergency phone call that Israel needs fuel. The gas, imported and stored in liquid form on the tanker, can be "regassified" and pumped through a special buoy into an underwater pipeline, providing the Israeli Electric Corp its auxiliary supplies. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-NATGAS/TANKER
RTX181TS
January 31, 2014
A private security boat (L) circles near a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean,...
Hadera, Israel
A private security boat circles near a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean, some...
A private security boat (L) circles near a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean, some 10 km (6 miles) from the coastal Israeli city of Hadera January 22, 2014. Permanently anchored in the choppy waters of the eastern Mediterranean, the tanker Excellence is in a constant state of alert, waiting for the emergency phone call that Israel needs fuel. The gas, imported and stored in liquid form on the tanker, can be "regassified" and pumped through a special buoy into an underwater pipeline, providing the Israeli Electric Corp its auxiliary supplies. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-NATGAS/TANKER
RTX181TI
January 31, 2014
Smokestacks at an Israel Electric Corp power station are seen from the Mediterranean, some 10 kilometers...
Hadera, Israel
Smokestacks at an Israel Electric Corp power station are seen from the Mediterranean, some 10 kilometers...
Smokestacks at an Israel Electric Corp power station are seen from the Mediterranean, some 10 kilometers from the coastal Israeli city of Hadera January 22, 2014. Permanently anchored in the choppy waters of the eastern Mediterranean, a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas Excellence is in a constant state of alert, waiting for the emergency phone call that Israel needs fuel. The gas, imported and stored in liquid form on the tanker, can be "regassified" and pumped through a special buoy into an underwater pipeline, providing the Israeli Electric Corp its auxiliary supplies. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-NATGAS/TANKER
RTX181TH
January 31, 2014
Pipes carrying liquefied natural gas are seen on a tanker in the Mediterranean, some 10 kilometers from...
Hadera, Israel
Pipes carrying liquefied natural gas are seen on a tanker in the Mediterranean, some 10 kilometers from...
Pipes carrying liquefied natural gas are seen on a tanker in the Mediterranean, some 10 kilometers from the coastal Israeli city of Hadera January 22, 2014. Permanently anchored in the choppy waters of the eastern Mediterranean, the tanker Excellence is in a constant state of alert, waiting for the emergency phone call that Israel needs fuel. The gas, imported and stored in liquid form on the tanker, can be "regassified" and pumped through a special buoy into an underwater pipeline, providing the Israeli Electric Corp its auxiliary supplies. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-NATGAS/TANKER
RTX181TG
January 31, 2014
A Reuters journalist and employees of Israeli Electric Corp are lifted onto a tanker carrying liquefied...
Hadera, Israel
A Reuters journalist and employees of Israeli Electric Corp are lifted onto a tanker carrying liquefied...
A Reuters journalist and employees of Israeli Electric Corp are lifted onto a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas, in the Mediterranean, some 10 kilometers from the coastal Israeli city of Hadera January 22, 2014. Permanently anchored in the choppy waters of the eastern Mediterranean, the tanker Excellence is in a constant state of alert, waiting for the emergency phone call that Israel needs fuel. The gas, imported and stored in liquid form on the tanker, can be "regassified" and pumped through a special buoy into an underwater pipeline, providing the Israeli Electric Corp its auxiliary supplies. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-NATGAS/TANKER
RTX181TF
January 31, 2014
An officer uses binoculars as he stands on a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean,...
Hadera, Israel
An officer uses binoculars as he stands on a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean,...
An officer uses binoculars as he stands on a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas in the Mediterranean, some 10 kilometers from the coastal Israeli city of Hadera January 22, 2014. Permanently anchored in the choppy waters of the eastern Mediterranean, the tanker Excellence is in a constant state of alert, waiting for the emergency phone call that Israel needs fuel. The gas, imported and stored in liquid form on the tanker, can be "regassified" and pumped through a special buoy into an underwater pipeline, providing the Israeli Electric Corp its auxiliary supplies. Picture taken January 22, 2014. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
ISRAELELECTRIC-DEBT/
RTXYY8Z
April 24, 2013
A general view of Israel Electric Corp's Orot Rabin coal-fired power station is seen on the Mediterranean...
Hadera, Israel
A general view of Israel Electric Corp's power station in seen on the Mediterranean coast near Hadera...
A general view of Israel Electric Corp's Orot Rabin coal-fired power station is seen on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera April 24, 2013. Cash-strapped Israel Electric Corp (IEC) plans to raise about 9 billion shekels ($2.5 billion) in 2013 through loans and bonds to refinance old debt and invest in new development, Chief Executive Eli Glickman said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
ISRAELELECTRIC-DEBT/
RTXYY77
April 24, 2013
A crane unloads coal from a ship at Israel Electric Corp's (IEC) Orot Rabin coal-fired power station...
Hadera, Israel
A crane unloads coal from a ship at Israel Electric Corp's power station near Hadera
A crane unloads coal from a ship at Israel Electric Corp's (IEC) Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera April 24, 2013. Cash-strapped IEC plans to raise about 9 billion shekels ($2.5 billion) in 2013 through loans and bonds to refinance old debt and invest in new development, Chief Executive Eli Glickman said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
ISRAELELECTRIC-DEBT/
RTXYY5V
April 24, 2013
An Israel Electric Corp (IEC) employee works at the Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean...
Hadera, Israel
An Israel Electric Corp employee works at the Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean...
An Israel Electric Corp (IEC) employee works at the Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera April 24, 2013. Cash-strapped IEC plans to raise about 9 billion shekels ($2.5 billion) in 2013 through loans and bonds to refinance old debt and invest in new development, Chief Executive Eli Glickman said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
ISRAELELECTRIC-DEBT/
RTXYY5C
April 24, 2013
A general view of a coal stockpile at Israel Electric Corp (IEC)'s Orot Rabin coal-fired power station...
Hadera, Israel
A general view of a coal stockpile at Israel Electric Corp's Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the...
A general view of a coal stockpile at Israel Electric Corp (IEC)'s Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera April 24, 2013. Cash-strapped IEC plans to raise about 9 billion shekels ($2.5 billion) in 2013 through loans and bonds to refinance old debt and invest in new development, Chief Executive Eli Glickman said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
ISRAELELECTRIC-DEBT/
RTXYY4U
April 24, 2013
Israel Electric Corp (IEC) Chief Executive Eli Glickman stands in the control room of Orot Rabin coal-fired...
Hadera, Israel
Israel Electric Corp CEO Glickman stands in the control room of Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on...
Israel Electric Corp (IEC) Chief Executive Eli Glickman stands in the control room of Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera April 24, 2013. Cash-strapped IEC plans to raise about 9 billion shekels ($2.5 billion) in 2013 through loans and bonds to refinance old debt and invest in new development, Glickman said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
ISRAELELECTRIC-DEBT/
RTXYY37
April 24, 2013
Israel Electric Corp employees work at Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast...
Hadera, Israel
Israel Electric Corp. employees work at power station near Hadera
Israel Electric Corp employees work at Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera April 24, 2013. Cash-strapped Israel Electric Corp (IEC) plans to raise about 9 billion shekels ($2.5 billion) in 2013 through loans and bonds to refinance old debt and invest in new development, Chief Executive Eli Glickman said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-ELECTRIC/
RTR351IW
July 18, 2012
Children play on the beach as a power station in the coastal city of Hadera is seen in the background...
Hadera, Israel
Children play on the beach as a power station in Hadera is seen in the background
Children play on the beach as a power station in the coastal city of Hadera is seen in the background May 19, 2012. Israel Electric Corp (IEC), which is responsible for nearly every aspect of electricity from running power plants to connecting households, simply cannot keep up with growing demand.The state-owned utility just lost natural gas supplies from neighbouring Egypt and fuel costs are soaring. Reserves are low and capacity insufficient and the government, under pressure from massive cost-of-living protests, has limited how much it can charge the public for electricity consumption. Picture taken May 19, 2012. To match ISRAEL-ELECTRIC/
REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-ELECTRIC/
RTR351IQ
July 18, 2012
The logo of Israel Electric Corp is seen on a flag next to the Israeli national flag at a power station...
Hadera, Israel
The logo of Israel Electric Corp is seen on a flag next to the Israeli national flag at a power station...
The logo of Israel Electric Corp is seen on a flag next to the Israeli national flag at a power station in the coastal city of Hadera May 19, 2012. Israel Electric Corp (IEC), which is responsible for nearly every aspect of electricity from running power plants to connecting households, simply cannot keep up with growing demand.The state-owned utility just lost natural gas supplies from neighbouring Egypt and fuel costs are soaring. Reserves are low and capacity insufficient and the government, under pressure from massive cost-of-living protests, has limited how much it can charge the public for electricity consumption. Picture taken May 19, 2012. To match ISRAEL-ELECTRIC/
REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY LOGO)
ISRAEL-ELECTRIC/
RTR351IJ
July 18, 2012
A woman plays a bat and ball game on the beach as a power station in the coastal city of Hadera is seen...
Hadera, Israel
A woman plays a bat and ball game on the beach as a power station in Hadera is seen in the background...
A woman plays a bat and ball game on the beach as a power station in the coastal city of Hadera is seen in the background May 19, 2012. Israel Electric Corp (IEC), which is responsible for nearly every aspect of electricity from running power plants to connecting households, simply cannot keep up with growing demand.The state-owned utility just lost natural gas supplies from neighbouring Egypt and fuel costs are soaring. Reserves are low and capacity insufficient and the government, under pressure from massive cost-of-living protests, has limited how much it can charge the public for electricity consumption. Picture taken May 19, 2012. To match ISRAEL-ELECTRIC/
REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
IDE-DESALINATION/
RTR2U4RM
November 17, 2011
Visitors stand near a transportable desalination system at IDE Technologies, the world's largest reverse...
Hadera, Israel
Visitors stand near a transportable desalination system at IDE Technologies, the world's largest reverse...
Visitors stand near a transportable desalination system at IDE Technologies, the world's largest reverse osmosis desalination plant in the coastal city of Hadera November 17, 2011. Israel's IDE Technologies has unveiled a transportable desalination system that uses traditional reverse osmosis technology but without the need for chemicals, allowing cheaper and more eco-friendly production of drinking water. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
IDE-DESALINATION/
RTR2U4RJ
November 17, 2011
Visitors stand near a transportable desalination system at IDE Technologies, the world's largest reverse...
Hadera, Israel
Visitors stand near a transportable desalination system at IDE Technologies, the world's largest reverse...
Visitors stand near a transportable desalination system at IDE Technologies, the world's largest reverse osmosis desalination plant in the coastal city of Hadera November 17, 2011. Israel's IDE Technologies has unveiled a transportable desalination system that uses traditional reverse osmosis technology but without the need for chemicals, allowing cheaper and more eco-friendly production of drinking water. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
IDE-DESALINATION/
RTR2U4RH
November 17, 2011
An employee stands inside a transportable desalination system at IDE Technologies, the world's largest...
Hadera, Israel
An employee stands inside a transportable desalination system at IDE Technologies, the world's largest...
An employee stands inside a transportable desalination system at IDE Technologies, the world's largest reverse osmosis desalination plant in the coastal city of Hadera November 17, 2011. Israel's IDE Technologies has unveiled a transportable desalination system that uses traditional reverse osmosis technology but without the need for chemicals, allowing cheaper and more eco-friendly production of drinking water. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
ISRAEL/
RTR2OHQ4
July 05, 2011
Workers from the Israel Electric Corp. stand next to containers filled with jellyfish at Orot Rabin coal-fired...
Hadera, Israel
Workers stand next to containers filled with jellyfish at Orot Rabin power station near Hadera
Workers from the Israel Electric Corp. stand next to containers filled with jellyfish at Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera July 5, 2011. The power station uses seawater for cooling off purposes and has to filter out and dispose of tonnes of jellyfish that are sucked into its system daily. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
ISRAEL/
RTR2OHQ1
July 05, 2011
A crate full of jellyfish is poured into a large container at Israel Electric Corp.'s Orot Rabin coal-fired...
Hadera, Israel
A crate full of jellyfish is poured into a large container at Orot Rabin power station near Hadera
A crate full of jellyfish is poured into a large container at Israel Electric Corp.'s Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera July 5, 2011. The power station uses seawater for cooling off purposes and has to filter out and dispose of tonnes of jellyfish that are sucked into its system daily. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
ISRAEL/
RTR2OHPY
July 05, 2011
Jellyfish cover the floor in a lot at Israel Electric Corp.'s Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on...
Hadera, Israel
Jellyfish cover the floor in a lot at Orot Rabin power station near Hadera
Jellyfish cover the floor in a lot at Israel Electric Corp.'s Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera July 5, 2011. The power station uses seawater for cooling off purposes and has to filter out and dispose of tonnes of jellyfish that are sucked into its system daily. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
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July 05, 2011
A worker from the Israel Electric Corp. drops a jellyfish into a container at Orot Rabin coal-fired power...
Hadera, Israel
A worker drops a jellyfish into a container at Orot Rabin power station near Hadera
A worker from the Israel Electric Corp. drops a jellyfish into a container at Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera July 5, 2011. The power station uses seawater for cooling off purposes and has to filter out and dispose of tonnes of jellyfish that are sucked into its system daily. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
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July 05, 2011
A worker from the Israel Electric Corp. stands next to a container filled with jellyfish at Orot Rabin...
Hadera, Israel
A worker stands next to a container filled with jellyfish at Orot Rabin power station near Hadera
A worker from the Israel Electric Corp. stands next to a container filled with jellyfish at Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera July 5, 2011. The power station uses seawater for cooling off purposes and has to filter out and dispose of tonnes of jellyfish that are sucked into its system daily. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
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July 05, 2011
A worker from the Israel Electric Corp. puts on gloves as he walks in a lot covered with jellyfish at...
Hadera, Israel
A worker walks in a lot covered with jellyfish at Orot Rabin power station near Hadera
A worker from the Israel Electric Corp. puts on gloves as he walks in a lot covered with jellyfish at Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera July 5, 2011. The power station uses seawater for cooling off purposes and has to filter out and dispose of tonnes of jellyfish that are sucked into its system daily. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS)
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July 05, 2011
A worker from the Israel Electric Corp. walks near a container filled with jellyfish at Orot Rabin coal-fired...
Hadera, Israel
A worker walks near a container filled with jellyfish at Orot Rabin power station near Hadera
A worker from the Israel Electric Corp. walks near a container filled with jellyfish at Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera July 5, 2011. The power station uses seawater for cooling off purposes and has to filter out and dispose of tonnes of jellyfish that are sucked into its system daily. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS)
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July 05, 2011
A worker from the Israel Electric Corp. walks near a container filled with jellyfish at Orot Rabin coal-fired...
Hadera, Israel
A worker walks near a container filled with jellyfish at Orot Rabin power station near Hadera
A worker from the Israel Electric Corp. walks near a container filled with jellyfish at Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera July 5, 2011. The power station uses seawater for cooling off purposes and has to filter out and dispose of tonnes of jellyfish that are sucked into its system daily. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS)
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July 05, 2011
Jellyfish fall from a filter into a container at Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean...
Hadera, Israel
Jellyfish fall from a filter into a container at Orot Rabin power station near Hadera
Jellyfish fall from a filter into a container at Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera July 5, 2011. The power station uses seawater for cooling off purposes and has to filter out and dispose of tonnes of jellyfish that are sucked into its system daily. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS)
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July 05, 2011
A worker from the Israel Electric Corp. looks as jellyfish fall from a filter into a container at Orot...
Hadera, Israel
Jellyfish fall from a filter into a container at Orot Rabin power station near Hadera
A worker from the Israel Electric Corp. looks as jellyfish fall from a filter into a container at Orot Rabin coal-fired power station on the Mediterranean coast near the central town of Hadera July 5, 2011. The power station uses sea water for cooling off purposes and has to filter out and dispose of tonnes of jellyfish that are sucked into its system daily. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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May 27, 2010
An Israeli soldier acts as a mock victim during a drill simulating a train overturned in a rocket attack...
Hadera, Israel
Israeli soldier acts as a mock victim during a drill in Hadera
An Israeli soldier acts as a mock victim during a drill simulating a train overturned in a rocket attack in the coastal city of Hadera, north of Tel Aviv May 27, 2010. The drill is part of a nationwide exercise to prepare the public and the authorities for emergency situations. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: MILITARY TRANSPORT)
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May 27, 2010
An Israeli soldier acting as a mock victim is evacuated from an overturned railway car during a drill...
Hadera, Israel
Israeli soldier acting as a mock victim is evacuated from an overturned railway car during a drill in...
An Israeli soldier acting as a mock victim is evacuated from an overturned railway car during a drill simulating a rocket attack in the coastal city of Hadera, north of Tel Aviv May 27, 2010. The drill is part of a nationwide exercise to prepare the public and the authorities for emergency situations. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: MILITARY TRANSPORT)
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May 27, 2010
Israeli soldiers take part in a drill simulating a train overturned in a rocket attack in the coastal...
Hadera, Israel
Israeli soldiers take part in a drill simulating a train overturned in a rocket attack in Hadera
Israeli soldiers take part in a drill simulating a train overturned in a rocket attack in the coastal city of Hadera, north of Tel Aviv May 27, 2010. The drill is part of a nationwide exercise to prepare the public and the authorities for emergency situations. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: MILITARY TRANSPORT)
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May 27, 2010
Israeli soldiers acting as mock victims lie inside an overturned railway car during a drill simulating...
Hadera, Israel
Israeli soldiers acting as mock victims lie inside an overturned railway car during a drill in Hadera...
Israeli soldiers acting as mock victims lie inside an overturned railway car during a drill simulating a rocket attack in the coastal city of Hadera, north of Tel Aviv May 27, 2010. The drill is part of a nationwide exercise to prepare the public and the authorities for emergency situations. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: MILITARY TRANSPORT)
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May 16, 2010
People walk in a desalination plant during its inauguration in the coastal city of Hadera, north of Tel...
Hadera, Israel
People walk in a desalination plant before during its inauguration in Hadera
People walk in a desalination plant during its inauguration in the coastal city of Hadera, north of Tel Aviv May 16, 2010. An Israeli consortium unveiled the world's largest reverse osmosis desalination plant on Sunday in Hadera, hoping to help alleviate the arid country's water shortage. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
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May 16, 2010
Brine water flows into the Mediterranean Sea after passing through a desalination plant in the coastal...
Hadera, Israel
Brine water flows into the Mediterranean Sea after passing through a desalination plant in the coastal...
Brine water flows into the Mediterranean Sea after passing through a desalination plant in the coastal city of Hadera May 16, 2010. An Israeli consortium unveiled the world's largest reverse osmosis desalination plant on Sunday in Hadera, hoping to help alleviate the arid country's water shortage. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 16, 2010
Brine water flows into the Mediterranean Sea after passing through a desalination plant in the coastal...
Hadera, Israel
Brine water flows into the Mediterranean Sea after passing through a desalination plant in the coastal...
Brine water flows into the Mediterranean Sea after passing through a desalination plant in the coastal city of Hadera May 16, 2010. An Israeli consortium unveiled the world's largest reverse osmosis desalination plant on Sunday in Hadera, hoping to help alleviate the arid country's water shortage. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS)
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