Spying on Linda Sarsour: Israeli firm compiled BDS dossier for Adelson-funded U.S. group battling her campus appearances

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Israel Cyber Shield (ICS) collected intelligence on the Palestinian-American activist and her family on behalf of a pro-Israel organization called Act.IL

Read the full letter Donald Trump sent to Kim Jong Un canceling the summit

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'You talk about your nuclear capabilities, but ours are so massive and powerful that I pray to God they will never have to be used'

Trump fundraiser launches subpoena blitz in Qatar legal fight

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The lawsuit accuses Qatar of orchestrating the theft and leaking of Elliott Broidy's emails as retribution for his support of the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia

Ukraine reportedly paid Trump lawyer Cohen to arrange White House talks

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BBC reports Michael Cohen received a secret payment of at least $400,000 to arrange talks between Trump and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko last year

Gal Gadot to produce movie about Cuban revolutionary Fidel Castro

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Israeli actress and her husband planning film ‘My Dearest Fidel,’ on the American journalist who became one of the Cuban leader’s confidantes

Opposition says bill barring state appeals in graft cases tailored for Netanyahu

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The coalition whip announced he would submit a bill to prohibit the prosecution from appealing verdicts in crimes punishable by less than 10 years in prison

North Korea demolishes nuke test site with series of blasts

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The demolition took place at the site deep in the mountains of the North's sparsely populated northeast

Security troops on U.S. nuclear missile base took LSD

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'Although this sounds like something from a movie, it isn’t,' said Capt. Charles Grimsley, the lead prosecutor of one of several courts martial

Palestinian, 15, dies of wounds from clashes with the Israeli army, Health Ministry says

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Adi Akram Abu Halil was seriously wounded in the abdomen during the Nakba Day clashes. This brings death toll in Nakba Day protests to 63

Saudi Arabia reportedly frees leading women's rights activist

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Amnesty International has reported the detention of at least 11 activists, mostly women who previously campaigned for the right to drive and an end to the kingdom's male guardianship system

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down by Russian missile launcher, investigation finds

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Investigators will appeal to the public on Thursday to assist in their inquiries into the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 nearly four years ago over eastern Ukraine

Israel pushing for 3,900 new homes in 30 settlements

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Defense chief Avigdor Lieberman says the military will be taking steps to approve the immediate construction of 2,500 units with 1,400 other units to follow

Israeli soldier critically wounded during military raid on Palestinian refugee camp

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The army says a heavy brick was thrown at the soldier during the arrest of Palestinians, hitting his head

Syria says U.S.-led strike targeted Assad military positions; U.S. denies

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'We have no operational reporting of a U.S.-led coalition strike against pro-Syrian regime targets or forces,' U.S. Central Command says

Family of MIA soldier rejoices at finding his downed World War II plane

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The 21-year-old 2nd lieutenant was aboard a B-24 bomber with 10 others when it was struck by Japanese anti-aircraft fire and plunged into the Pacific Ocean

Hamsas aren't just for Mizrahi Jews – and a new Jerusalem exhibit proudly displays just that

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The exhibition explores the origins and even politics of the palm-shaped amulet

Class action suits against foreign firms can be heard in Israel, attorney general says

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Opinion offered as Supreme Court weighs appeal from Hotels.com

Israel’s economy: Should we be saying goodbye to growth?

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Israel needs a big improvement in labor productivity or GDP growth slow

Israel to nix law allowing prime minister to declare war with only the defense minister's consent

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Cabinet acting to reverse law back to its old draft, but critics warn that it, too, has loopholes that could enable a premier to declare war without any backing