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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Commentator Hugh Hewitt told not to report on Pruitt

Commentator Hugh Hewitt told not to report on PruittNEW YORK (AP) — The Washington Post has told columnist Hugh Hewitt not to write about Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt after it was revealed that Hewitt helped arrange a meeting with the EPA chief and lawyers interested in cleaning pollution in California.


Veteran Malaysian leader Mahathir scores shock election win

Veteran Malaysian leader Mahathir scores shock election winBy Liz Lee and Fathin Ungku KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – An alliance of opposition parties spearheaded by Mahathir Mohamad won Malaysia’s general election, official results showed on Thursday, setting the veteran strongman on course for a return to the prime minister’s Office he occupied for 22 years. Mahathir’s stunning defeat of the coalition that has ruled the Southeast Asian country since independence from Britain six decades ago means that, at the age of 92, he will become the oldest elected leader in the world. Official results showed that Mahathir’s Pakatan Harapan (Alliance of Hope) had won 113 of parliament’s 222 seats, clinching the simple majority required to rule.


Hawaii volcano: Kilauea could explosively erupt sending rocks and ash for miles, says US Geological Survey

Hawaii volcano: Kilauea could explosively erupt sending rocks and ash for miles, says US Geological SurveyAn erupting Hawaii volcano that has been belching out lava and gas could see “explosive eruptions” in the coming weeks, geologists have warned. The US Geological Survey cautioned that Kilauea volcano could blast “ballistic blocks” potentially weighing multiple tonnes as far as half a mile away. The risk of explosions is rising as a lava lake within a volcanic crater drops, which could result in water seeping in and setting off steam-driven blasts.