New director for Negev’s Nuclear Research Center

PM Netanyahu attends induction ceremony for new nuclear research center director.

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Florida man screams, yells 'murderers!' as he's put to death

STARKE, Fla. (AP) — As the execution drugs were being administered, inmate Eric Scott Branch let out a blood-curdling scream ...
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PA asks Europe to invest in Area C

PA leader meets EU representatives, asks them to invest in Area C, which is under full Israeli control.

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Pair of Israelis convicted of beating African asylum-seeker to death

Adham-Abdo’s family in Sudan and his brother in Israel were briefed on the plea bargain, but were not given its ...
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Former NBA star launches Kosher wine line

Amare Stoudemire has made a major new launch of kosher wine.

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Qataris angered by Israeli presence at handball tournament

Israel sends athletes to youth handball tournament in Doha. Qataris urged to withdraw their children from the competition.

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Up to 70,000 migrants may be trapped in Greece next month: migration minister

Refugee woman is seen near the Greek-Macedonian border close to the village of IdomeniThe number of refugees and migrants trapped in Greece may reach 70,000 in coming weeks, Greece's migration minister said on Sunday, adding that a NATO plan to crack down on smugglers could limit migrant flows significantly. Greece, a primary gateway to Europe for tens of thousands of people fleeing war in the Middle East and beyond, has been inundated with refugees and migrants after border shutdowns through the Balkans, stranding thousands in the country in the past ten days. "We estimate that we will have a number of people trapped in our country which will be between 50,000 and 70,000… I believe in the coming month," Migration Minister Yannis Mouzalas told Greek Mega TV.