‘Anti-Semitism is an attack on everyone’

German Justice Minister says there's no place for anti-Semitism after demonstrators burn Israeli flags in Berlin.

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Fatah-Hamas reconciliation hits ‘obstacles’

Fatah official says handover of power in Gaza from Hamas has hit yet another snag.

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Bitcoin mania hits the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange

The company Natural Resources’ move into cryptocurrencies has boosted its share price even more than the surge in bitcoin itself ...
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UN Ambassador Nikki Haley: Voices of those accusing Trump of assault should be heard

The ambassador said she believes any woman violated or mistreated by a man has the right to speak up, even ...
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‘PA leaders are terrorists in a suit and tie’

MK Motti Yogev on Palestinian Authority officials: One moment they speak English and the next they incite to murder.

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Scottish soccer fans: Jerusalem is Palestine

Fans of Celtic Football Club raise banners against Israel and U.S. President following his recognition of Jerusalem.

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NASA video lets you soar over Pluto, and it's pretty amazing

NASA video lets you soar over Pluto, and it's pretty amazingWant to know what Pluto’s terrain looks like? Spoiler alert: It’s really cool.  Using data from the New Horizons spacecraft and digital elevation models of both the planet and its largest moon, Charon, scientists were able to develop these awesome flyover movies. SEE ALSO: NASA's newest treasure trove of alien planets will help us find our place in the galaxy A flight over Pluto shows the highlands and the planet's nitrogen icy plain, Sputnik Planitia. Viewers then get to see the planet's mountain ranges, the highlands of Voyager Terra, and Pioneer Terra. It eventually concludes over Tartarus Dorsa.  The view itself is pretty spectacular, but it also gives us a newer, more unique perspective on Pluto's terrain.  And that isn't all, either.  There's also a flight over Charon that shows the Serenity Chasma canyon, and the Dorothy Gale crater.  Viewers also get a glimpse of the plains of Vulcan Planum and the “moated mountains” of Clarke Montes.  The New Horizons spacecraft made its flight around Pluto on July 14, 2015. It was the first time scientists were able to get up-close photos of Pluto, and collect data. To celebrate the anniversary, scientists released detailed maps of both Pluto and Charon.  WATCH: Neil deGrasse Tyson on why Titan is his favorite moon


New State Department visa requirements could push Trump travel ban even further

New State Department visa requirements could push Trump travel ban even furtherThe US State Department has released guidelines for granting visas that could effectively expand Donald Trump’s travel ban on six Muslim-majority countries. The State Department recently sent out a cable listing the new standards that all countries must meet when applying for US visas for their residents. Among other things, countries seeking US visas must include a facial biometric image on their passports, issue electronic passports, and provide “any other identity information” on travellers that Washington requests.