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The Netanyahus in India Photo: Tal Schneider India places IAI, Rafael on restricted procurements list

"Defense News" reports these companies can sign deals supporting operational urgency, national security or lack of alternatives leaving Rafael's missile deal unclear.

Arrow 3 Arrow 3 missile scores space test success

An advanced version of the Israeli interceptor missile hit a simulated target outside the atmosphere.

Heron TP-XP UAV Photo: PR IAI, General Atomics competing for €230m UAV tender

IAI won a German UAV tender against General Atomics, but the deal has been delayed by political pressure.

F-35 (Photo: PR) Why did Israel not deploy F-35s in Syria?

"Defense News" speculates that the Israel Air Force erred in its calculations in not deploying the stealth jets.

Ishay Davidi and Magal security fence photo: Tamar Matsafi Magal buys Israeli video security co ECS BAZ

BAZ products include a wide range of modular and customizable medium and long range surveillance systems for distances from 500m up to 25km.

IMI Systems Gov't gives green light for Elbit to acquire IMI Systems

The government will reportedly receive NIS 1.9 billion from the sale of shares in the privatization of Israel Military Industries.

David Shimron photo: Eyal Izhar Ganor, Shimron and the Caucasus submarine deal

German businessman Michael Herzog: Miki Ganor seemed to regard David Shimron as his business partner.

Aharon Leshno-Yaar Photo: Foreign Ministry Israel signs tenders agreement with NATO

Israeli companies can now bid for defense tenders worth an estimated $4.5 billion.

Avigdor Liberman Photo: Emil Salman, Haaretz Weekend fighting seen tipping balance on defense budget

Minister of Defense Avigdor Liberman is demanding more money to meet new threats, despite the accord reached with the Finance Ministry two years ago.

Avriel Bar-Yosef  photo: Moti Kimchi, ynet Israeli authorities mull indicting former National Security official

Ministry of Justice documents sent to Germany and obtained by "Globes" reveal more of the fraud case against former National Security Council deputy head Avriel Bar-Yosef.

Israel navy submarine Photo: PR Revealed: ThyssenKrupp paid Michael Ganor €10.2m

"Globes" reveals exclusive details about payments to the German submarine builder's Israeli representative, who bribed senior Israeli military and political figures.

Joseph Weiss Photo: Kfir Ziv IAI CEO navigates between corruption and aerospace

Joseph Weiss tells "Globes" about the challenges he faces including missile defense, exploding rocket launchers and the refusal of the US to grant him a visa.

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