Netanyahu on charges against Sara: “Record-breaking absurdity”

"For the first time in history, the wife of a leader is indicted over food and hot meal trays."

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Tehillim Unity Day for matchmaking ‘challenge’ goes global

Volunteer matchmakers are organizing a worldwide unity event on July 1, 2018 to arouse Divine mercy for the shidduch crisis.

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Netanyahu on Krauthammer: “we were like brothers”

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu expressed deep sorrow over the passing of pundit Charles Krauthammer.

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Michigan Woman Thought She Won $500 Lotto Prize, Later Learns It Was $1 Million

It took her two days to realize she won the top prize.
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World Cup 2018: Footballer’s hair ‘too wild’ for Iranian TV

Ex-Barcelona star Carles Puyol was due to be a World Cup pundit in Iran but was barred from the studio ...
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Trump reportedly growing frustrated with closest members of team

Trump reportedly growing frustrated with closest members of teamDonald Trump is said to be silently growing frustrated with some of the top members of his administration. Meanwhile, a top adviser expressed disapproval of Mr Trump’s controversial comments following a violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Friends of Mr Trump told the Washington Post that while the President spent August dealing with North Korea’s aggression, a tax reform plan and the government’s response to damage brought by Hurricane Harvey, he was also fuming over criticism from the media and his aides.


U.S.-led coalition says still monitoring IS convoy in Syria

U.S.-led coalition says still monitoring IS convoy in SyriaA convoy of Islamic State fighters and their families being evacuated into jihadist territory in east Syria remained in government-held areas of Syria on Friday, U.S.-led forces said. “It has not managed to link up with any other ISIS elements in eastern Syria,” said Colonel Ryan Dillon, spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State. There are about 300 fighters and about 300 civilians in the convoy, which the Syrian army and Lebanon’s Hezbollah group granted safe passage after the jihadists surrendered their enclave on Syria’s border with Lebanon.