The Jews who helped the Americans free Algeria from the Nazis

In November 1942, Eisenhower needed help in Algiers while his troops were landing on the coast. Enter José Aboulker and ...
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Plane skids off Turkish runway down Black Sea cliff

Pegasus Airlines said in a statement that the Boeing 737-800 aircraft, flying from Ankara to Trabzon, 'had a runway excursion ...
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Senior Hamas official wounded in southern Lebanon car explosion

Senior Hamas figure reportedly in car that exploded in Sidon. Hamas: 'Zionist enemy only one benefiting from damage to stability.'

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‘We don’t want revenge – we want revival’

President arrives to console mourners, hears from bereaved father and widow who demand he recommend normalization of Havat Gilad.

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Is time running out for the ‘world’s richest Arab’ to secure his freedom in Saudi Arabia

Prince Alwaleed, whose net worth has been estimated by Forbes magazine at $17 billion 'offered a certain figure but it ...
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Hostel in Uruguay: Israelis ‘not welcome’

Uruguayan hotelier rejects Israeli couple as guests, claiming he disagrees with Israeli politics.

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Surge in violence spurs new fears in Iraq

FILE - In this Thursday, June 28, 2012, file photo, people carry the body of a victim of a car bomb attack in the Washash neighborhood of Baghdad, Iraq. June was the second-deadliest month since U.S. troops withdrew from Iraq in mid-December, but more significant than the numbers was the fact that insurgents appeared able to sustain the level of violence over a longer period than usual. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim, File)A half year after the U.S. military left Iraq, dire predictions seem to be coming true: The country is mired in violence and the government is on the verge of collapsing. With no relief in sight, there's growing talk of Iraq as a failed state as al-Qaida's local wing staged near daily attacks that killed at least 234 people in June.