Israel has halted the unlicensed ride-sharing company, a case that was brought up by Israel’s Ministry of Transportation.

The Ministry of Transportation argues that Uber violated all the laws by letting drivers charge passengers who don’t have a license.

For that matter, the service will be banned from 10 a.m on Tuesday Morning in Israel.

Although, the company’s CEO is visiting other countries to make both ends meet as Uber is dealing with tons of other issues altogether such as getting banned in Isreal and in the UK it’s waiting on for its London visa to get renewed.

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