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an ancient seaport in northwestern Israel

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Tourists sit around the site of the old city of Caesarea
10 April 2017 - US-based medical technology company BD (Becton, Dickinson and Co) (NYSE: BDX) has completed the acquisition of Israeli-based infusion pump systems manufacturer Caesarea Medical Electronics, the company said.
Israeli Channel 2's investigative show "Fact" claimed earlier this week that Benjamin and Sara Netanyahu renovated their private villa in Caesarea to the tune of tens of thousands of shekels at the expense of the state.
This is an excellent brief introduction to Basil of Caesarea.
Similar protests were also held in front of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's house in Caesarea where the demonstrators carried signs reading, "Instead of giving to the poor, they give to the rich, what a corrupt government.
Caesarea, the dam of Group 3-placed Corriolanus, is headed back to that gelding's sire Zamindar, while Whole Grain, the dam of a Lawman colt foal who sold for 120,000gns at Tattersalls in November, will return to Lawman.
Caesarea, Israel, offers historic coastal beauty The harbor of Caesarea in Israel stands as a testament to the Roman penchant for grandeur and an attractive spot to view the inviting coastline.
Caesarea, Israel-based IceCure Medical has chosen the Global Cardiovascular Innovation Center campus in Cleveland, Ohio, as the site of its U.
Guided tour of Caesarea, ancient Roman capital of Judea, walking tour of Acre, the only fully-preserved Crusader city in the world, boat cruise on the Sea of Galilee, visit the serene site of the Sermon on the Mount and the Church of the Multiplication.
Six sites are featured in this book: Jerusalem, Caesarea, Sebaste (Samaria), Jericho, Herodium, and Masada.
Elvis, who was supposed to play the Caesarea Amphitheatre on June 30 and July 1 with his new band The Sugarcanes, had been a target of the Palestinian Solidarity Campaign who urged him to boycott the gigs.
The 44-year-old mother of four claimed she was paid less than the minimum wage and the Netanyahus did not pay her social benefits when she worked at their weekend home in the plush coastal town of Caesarea between 2004 and 2009.
Christianity and the Transformation of the Book: Origen, Eusebius, and the Library of Caesarea.
Situated in the modern industrial zone of Caesarea, Israel, DPL is conveniently located between the business capital of Tel-Aviv and the Haifa Seaport, Israel's gateway to the world.
The most discussed property has been the site of a church shrine, destroyed in the 1950s, in Caesarea (CNS, May 27, 2007).