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By Eliyahu Chaimov and Avi AronsonThe number of people entering the United States through a visa waiver program that allows them to buy prescription drugs from pharmacies in Israel has soared to more than 7 million.

That number is far higher than the total number of Americans who entered the country in 2016, when there were more than 5.7 million.

But that number has increased significantly since then.

Last year, about 5.5 million people entered the United State through the waiver program.

That is up from 2.4 million in 2015 and about 1.3 million in 2014, according to a report released by the Department of Health and Human Services on Wednesday.

The number also rose by about 600,000 last year.

That is an increase of about 200,000 people, or about 20 percent, from last year, when about 2.2 million people were eligible for the waiver.

The new numbers are a sharp increase from the roughly 600,00 Americans who were eligible in 2016.

But they do not reflect the true number of those who are entering the country through the program.

For instance, the department reports that about 1,500 people were able to apply for a waiver last year from the United Kingdom, but those people were not able to buy drugs from the company that sold them their medicine.

The department estimates that the number of foreign nationals who entered through the Waiver Program last year was about 6.8 million.

That number includes people who entered by themselves, as well as people who had their passports confiscated by the Israelis, and the Israelis themselves.

While the number in the United Arab Emirates has risen significantly in the past few years, the number entering the U.S. through the visa waiver has remained relatively stable at around 7 million people.

That has been largely because of the visa program’s expansion.

During the same time period, about 1 million people from Israel entered the U: by themselves.

During the same period, there were about 3.5 percent more Israeli immigrants entering the States through the Visa Waiver program than there were Israelis entering the UAE.

The U.K. is the largest beneficiary of the waiver, with more than 9 million people applying through the programme in 2017, according the department.

The vast majority of these applications were from Israel.

The program has also seen a steady increase in applications from people from Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia, which are mostly from the Middle Eastern countries of Iran, Iraq, Syria, Russia and Pakistan.

It is also a growing market for U.N. agencies and companies.

In 2017, the U-N.

International Narcotics Control Board reported that more than 40 percent of the applications it received from the U.-N.

countries were from non-U.S.-based countries.

Israel, however, has seen its share of foreign-born people entering into the U., which has increased by about 30 percent since 2014.

The number of U.U.N.-based people entering in the country rose from 3.7 percent to 6.5 in 2016 and by about 5 percent to 9 percent in 2017.

The report also notes that the Israeli government has seen a large number of applications from foreigners entering into Israel.

The government has also reported a spike in the number and number of visitors to Israel, especially for children and elderly people, which the report attributes to the program’s growth.

The United States and Israel have been locked in a long-running diplomatic dispute over a proposed Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank.

The Obama administration has rejected Israel’s demand that the West Bank be recognized as part of Israel.

While there have been numerous protests in recent months, and at times violence has erupted in the West, there has been little violence during the recent unrest.

There were some reports of looting and arson during protests last year in Jerusalem and the West bank.

Israeli police have arrested more than 150 Palestinians during the past two weeks.

The Israeli authorities have responded by cracking down on Palestinians and detaining dozens of others in East Jerusalem.