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I think that the best and simplest method is to intersect the fishnet with the countries layer to get parts of cells in the border regions, then aggregate the point data by those partial cells.
Have you check this out ? http://www.diva-gis.org/gdata if this is what you were looking for ?
Unfortunately, there isn't a freely available, nation-wide polygon layer. You can try contacting MAPI regarding their Cadastral data which might have neighborhoods, or the CBS/MoI statistical region layer. (If you don't know what these are, search for them on govmap) Other than that, your only option is a point layer with neighborhood names as found in Open ...
You can also use the Global Administrative boundaries, it provides different levels of aggregation. However, the last update was in January 2012. A well done list including other free GIS datasets is available on RT Wilson's blog. The global insight dataset is also very comprehensive and regularly updated, but it is not free. It includes political ...
There is a good data set from Natural Earth that contains countries and their admin units. As far as I remember abbreviations and ISO codes are also included. The data is free and more or less up to date. Have a look: http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-cultural-vectors/10m-admin-1-states-provinces/ Maybe this post is helpful too: Full list of ...
Overpass can also be used in "script"-mode. All queries can be formulated as http-requests to the Overpass server. Overpass Turbo is only for interactive queries There is already a service providing the information that you need, unfortunately the server seems to be down for maintenance at the moment. However, you can find some information about it on ...
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