Surprise! Study finds Subway's chicken may contain less than 50% chicken.

If you order a chicken sandwich you expect to get a chicken sandwich, right? Well not all chicken sandwiches are ...
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‘Rabin wanted the embassy in Jerusalem back in 1989’

Dennis Ross reveals that Yitzhak Rabin approached him in 1989 about the possibility of moving the American embassy to Jerusalem.

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Trump: JCC threats could be attempt ‘to make others look bad’

Attorneys general who met Trump claim he suggested spate of bomb threats against JCCs may have been manufactured for political ...
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Israeli killed in accident in Bolivia

23-year-old Dor Jan from Kiryat Ono killed in motorcycle accident in Bolivia.

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Republicans balk at Trump plan to slash State Dept budget

Multiple Republican lawmakers on Tuesday warned that President Donald Trump's reported plan to slash State Department funding by more than ...
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White House condemns attack on Indians as 'racially motivated hatred'

After criticism that President Donald Trump had not condemned the attack, which happened last Wednesday, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders ...
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Framing ties with Russia in a ‘post’ post-Cold War era

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting at the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow on January 15, 2015Whatever happened to that reset button Hillary Clinton gave her Russian counterpart in 2009 as a sign of renewed ties? No doubt gathering dust, while the West figures out how to handle Moscow now. As the war in Ukraine goes from bad to worse, with more than 5,100 dead in nine months, the United States and its EU partners are pondering what to do about Russia and its President Vladimir Putin, who doesn't seem ready to blink yet in an escalating game of chicken. "We face a dual challenge to overcome the immediate threat… along the borders, especially of Ukraine," veteran US diplomat Henry Kissinger, who steered the opening up of China, told lawmakers this week.


Israeli soldiers kill Palestinian in the West Bank

Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian on Saturday in the occupied West Bank, the military and a Palestinian security official said. An Israeli military spokeswoman said soldiers saw two Palestinians throwing a fire bomb towards a road near the Palestinian city of Nablus and “identifying an immediate threat shot toward the suspects’ lower extremities”. A Palestinian security source said one of the Palestinians shot by the soldiers was killed, but gave no further details. The Israeli military said it was searching for the second man.