Disturbing video shows dying WWII vet was neglected in nursing home

James Dempsey, 89, of Woodstock, Ga., died in 2014 at the Northeast Atlanta Health and Rehabilitation Center. At first it ...
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Israel Police offered Netanyahu confidant to become state’s witness in submarine scandal

Police and prosecution believe David Shimron, who declined the offer, is capable of incriminating 'very senior' people ...
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Liberman ‘saddened’ that president failed to pardon Elor Azariya

Defense Minister had backed former Sgt. Elor Azariya's request for clemency, says president's failure to issue pardon a missed opportunity.

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Six injured in bus crash near Tiberias

Bus crash in northern Israel leaves six injured, including one in serious condition.

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Israel has secret contact with Saudi Arabia, senior minister reveals

Energy Minister Steinitz tells Army Radio 'it's the other side that is interested in keeping the ties quiet' ...
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20 arrested as haredi protesters shut down Jerusalem light rail

Hundreds of anti-draft demonstrators take to the streets in Jerusalem and Bnei Brak, blocking traffic. At least 20 arrested thus ...
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Top Muslim body urges protection of Syria’s Palmyra

An aerial view taken on January 13, 2009 shows a part of the ancient city of PalmyraLeading Sunni Muslim body Al-Azhar said Sunday the world must unite in a "battle of all humanity" to prevent the Islamic State group from destroying Syria's ancient city of Palmyra. The appeal came a day after Syria's antiquities director said that IS fighters had entered the museum in Palmyra and raised their black flag over the ancient citadel that overlooks the archaeological site. "Protecting archeological sites from destruction and plundering is the battle of all of humanity," the Cairo-based Al-Azhar, a prestigious seat of Islamic learning, said in a statement.


As Russia growls, EU goes cool on eastern promises

It might have been the mantra recited by the Europeans to six ex-Soviet neighbors at the so-called Eastern Partnership Summit, who went away with EU pledges of aid and trade. For the first partnership summit since the flare-up of the Ukraine conflict last year was dominated by Russia.