The most perfect poet of Jewish yearning died this week, 100 years ago

The son of poor Russian Jewish immigrants to Britain, and one of WWI's most astute yet under-recognized war poets, Isaac ...
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Pacific plastic dump far larger than feared: study

The vast dump of plastic waste swirling in the Pacific ocean is now bigger than France, Germany and Spain combined ...
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‘We can push out the Iranians’

Capping off first visit to Africa by an Israeli defense minister in decades, Avigdor Liberman says newfound cooperation helps combat ...
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ADL: Islamophobia goes hand in hand with anti-Semitism

Arutz Sheva speaks with ADL's Sharon Nazarian about anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and the situation in Europe and the US.

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Sea lions feast on fragile fish in US Northwest survival war

NEWPORT, Ore. (AP) — The 700-pound sea lion blinked in the sun, sniffed the sea air and then lazily shifted ...
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Great Pacific Garbage Patch now contains 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch now contains 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic, 16 times higher than previous estimates, experts have ...
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America's widening role in Syria's civil war

America's widening role in Syria's civil warThe unprecedented US downing of a Syrian regime warplane highlights the rapidly shifting dynamic in the six-year conflict where President Donald Trump has given American commanders a freer rein in the battlefield. The United States insisted Monday it wants no broader role in Syria’s civil war, and seeks only to destroy the Islamic State group, but the weekend incident shows the limits of America’s ability to stay disengaged. With myriad competing forces quickly converging in Syria, and new powers delegated to Trump’s commanders, the risk of additional confrontation is real.

U.S. student freed from N. Korea dies

U.S. student freed from N. Korea diesOtto Warmbier, the U.S. student who was freed from North Korea last week, has died at the age of 22. Warmbier was imprisoned for more than 17 months and was returned home to Ohio in a coma. His family released a statement Monday saying, “It is our sad duty to report that our son, Otto Warmbier, has completed his journey home.”