US-Russia sanctions cause Israel a loss of $$680 million

Study on economic impact from US-Russia sanctions on western non-sanctioning economies reveals 680 million in trade losses for Israel.

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Grand Canyon crash that killed Britons happened on tribal land with fewer aviation regulations

Investigators are continuing to probe what caused a helicopter to plunge into the Grand Canyon as it emerged that the ...
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Can the ‘Amazon effect’ hurt your investments?

Technology giant Amazon grows significantly every day. How can this affect your money?

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Florida tragedy: Haredi boy found lifeless

Missing haredi boy, a resident of Florida's North Miami Beach, is found lifeless.

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Florida shooting: Armed officer stood outside Parkland school building and did not intervene while 17 were killed

An armed officer stood outside the Florida high school where 17 pupils and staff were shot dead and did not ...
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Alabama postpones execution of inmate with damaged veins

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama on Thursday halted the execution of an inmate who had argued that his veins were ...
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Irma evacuees find full hotels but a warm welcome in Georgia

Irma evacuees find full hotels but a warm welcome in GeorgiaAs hundreds of thousands of Floridians flee Hurricane Irma, people in the state of Georgia have opened their homes to strangers who emerged from hours-long traffic jams to find hotels and campgrounds booked solid. Authorities in Florida have ordered about a third of the state’s population, 6.3 million people, to evacuate ahead of the hurricane’s expected landfall on Sunday. With churches in Atlanta appealing for donations of mattresses and blankets for shelters, and hotels and motels along Interstate 75 heading north to the city from Florida reportedly at capacity through next week, homeschool teacher Mary Hoyt decided something needed to be done.