Watch: Hanukkah candle lighting at scene of terror attack

Residents of Arad, family and friends of soldier Ron Yitzhak Kukia light candles at the site where he was murdered.

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San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee dies at 65: mayor's office

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, a champion for the technology sector and former civil rights attorney who sued the city ...
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Watch: Hanukkah recipe – Caribbean banana fritters

Delicious alternative to traditional potato latke treats.

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‘The Jewish people are a light to all nations’

U.S. President wishes the Jewish people a happy Hanukkah.

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Rocket fired from Gaza at southern Israel

Rocket sirens heard in Gaza Belt. IDF says one rocket was fired from Gaza towards the region.

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Gaza rocket fired at southern Israel

Sirens sounds in Israel's south after a week of tensions along the border ...
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Netanyahu mulls revoking benefits for some Palestinians in East Jerusalem

Palestinian protester jumps over burning tyres during clashes with Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement of Bet El, near the West Bank city of RamallahBy Jeffrey Heller JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has raised the possibility of revoking benefits and travel rights of some Palestinians living in East Jerusalem in response to a wave of Palestinian violence, a government official said on Monday, Such a move did not appear to be imminent or feasible but its mere mention ran counter to a decades-old Israeli assertion that Jerusalem is a united city where Arab and Jewish residents enjoy equal rights. Hanan Ashrawi, a member of the executive committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization, said the step, if adopted, would deprive Palestinians in Jerusalem of the most basic rights and services and provoke confrontations.

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