Exclusive: Amana to construct homes in south

Organization previously focused on construction in Judea and Samaria takes on projects near Gaza border.

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PA protests Maaleh Adumim construction

Mahmoud Abbas says Israeli housing construction in town east of Jerusalem is 'illegal', violates international law.

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Yemen war: Wedding party that turned into a ‘bloodbath’

Sameeh was at the wedding in April when his father Ali was killed by a Saudi airstrike in rural Yemen ...
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Marble block crushed soldier’s helmet

IDF reveals details of incident in which soldier sustained severe head injuries, amid general rise in attacks on Jews during ...
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‘Receiving the Torah twice’

Yad L’Achim’s Torah Scroll winner receives news ahead of Shavuot holiday.

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NAFTA talks resume amid fears of 'zombie' deal

NAFTA talks resume amid fears of 'zombie' dealBy Anthony Esposito and David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Senior Canadian, U.S. and Mexican officials trying to rescue slow-moving talks to update the NAFTA trade pact met on Monday in a new bid to resolve key issues before regional elections complicate the process. With time fast running out to strike some kind of deal on the North American Free Trade Agreement, the three member nations are still far apart on major points. Discussions in Washington will center on one particularly contentious area — the U.S. demand for tougher rules of origin governing what percentage of a car needs to be built in the NAFTA region to avoid tariffs.