From fear to fortune: Tel Aviv's new attitude

(CBS News) To live in Tel Aviv is to make a choice. With a history of bloodshed and bombings, the inhabitants of Israel’s largest city could live in fear of what could come next. Or they could live for the moment in a sun-filled, dynamic city that is becoming renowned worldwide for its booming high-tech industry and lots of great night life.

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From fear to fortune: Tel Aviv's new attitude


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