Elor Azariya’s pardon request – rejected

President Reuven Rivlin turns down former IDF Sargent Elor Azariya's request for clemency for shooting death of Arab terrorist.

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New clues emerge in the search for Argentina’s missing submarine

The submarine probably tried to make seven satellite calls on Saturday between late morning and early afternoon, the Argentine defense ...
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Lebanon’s Hariri to visit Egypt on Monday, party member says

The prime minister, who announced his resignation earlier this month, is currently in Paris and expected back in Lebanon on ...
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‘The writing was on the wall’

Kiryat Arba dep. mayor slams failure of authorities to protect residents, blasts decision to hospitalize victim of attack with terrorist.

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Israel Police questions Netanyahu for sixth time over illicit gifts

Interrogation will focus not only on cigars and champagne, but also on other suspected bribes ...
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Did David and Solomon’s United Monarchy exist? Vast ancient mining operation may hold answers

Archaeology has provided precious little evidence for the biblical account of a powerful Judaic kingdom 3,000 years ago, but the ...
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Suicide bomber kills at least 70 at Pakistan hospital, IS claim responsibility

First responders and volunteers transport an injured man away from the scene of a bomb blast outside a hospital in QuettaBy Gul Yousafzai QUETTA, Pakistan (Reuters) – A suicide bomber in Pakistan killed at least 70 people and wounded more than 100 on Monday in an attack on mourners gathered at a hospital in the southwestern city of Quetta, and Islamic State claimed responsibility. Abdul Rehman Miankhel, a senior official at the government-run Civil Hospital, where the explosion occurred, told reporters that at least 70 people had been killed, with more than 112 wounded. "There are many wounded, so the death toll could rise," said Rehmat Saleh Baloch, the provincial health minister.