‘Restore integrity to UNESCO’

Culture Minister's letter to new UNESCO director Audrey Azoulay expresses hope she will end rampant anti-Israel bias at organization.

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Five dead in accident near Chabad House in Ukraine

SUV rams into crowd of people in the center of Kharkiv. Police say the incident was not terror-related.

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Wildfires worsen housing crunch in famously costly Bay Area

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) — Even before fire wiped out the home she rented for 17 years, Suzanne Finzell had ...
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‘This can’t be women just speaking up’: Men respond to #MeToo, pledging #HowIWillChange

Horrified by the tales of sexual assault and harassment women have been sharing online, men share how they intend to ...
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Tel Aviv Stock Exchange closes with fourth consecutive gain

Business in Brief | Wobi CEO inexplicably axed by parent company White Mountains Insurance ■ Frutarom acquires Thai flavors company ...
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Clinton debate boost may keep Biden on 2016 sidelines

Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton stands on stage during the first Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 13, 2015Hillary Clinton bested her challengers in the campaign’s first Democratic presidential debate, but her biggest accomplishment may have been to neutralize a potential rival who was not even on stage: Joe Biden. Analysts and observers said Clinton delivered a commanding performance Tuesday in the party’s two-hour Las Vegas showdown, reasserting her control of the presidential race after months of slipping poll numbers. For months Biden has been weighing whether to jump in.

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