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'The Student': Exciting Israeli counter-terror thriller addressing BDS

A US college hate crime turns into a murder mystery when when an Israeli student and her Lebanese roommate discover that there’s something hidden in their computers worth killing for.


4-year-old from Jerusalem in critical condition, likely strangled by relative

According to police suspicions, a young man strangled his 4-year-old nephew and almost caused his death while the two were in an apartment and the boy's parents were in the synagogue.

What are the origins of Tel Aviv street names? New book explains

50 of Tel Aviv’s Most Intriguing Streets – The Lives Behind the Names may not be in the running for the definitively concise publication moniker, although it certainly spells out what you can expect.


Road fatalities rise to 18 in a week with two deaths on Saturday

Rami Abu Alqian and Liron Barmi were killed in two separate incidents on Saturday in a particularly deadly week on Israel's roads.

Nonprofit sending empty food baskets to politicians to highlight poverty

Nonprofit Pitchon-Lev said that people living in poverty are practically invisible to politicians and that aid and support for these people are not discussed by lawmakers or political parties.

Victims of Jerusalem bus accident laid to rest

"It's a terrible loss. God sometimes takes a rose to atone for a generation," said the deputy mayor of Ofakim, Rabbi Avraham Deutsch.


Israel's Yair Lapid and Benny Gantz: Dynamic duo or natural rivals?

INSIDE POLITICS: Lapid and Gantz have a complicated relationship, but in the Gaza operation they showed close partnership and cooperation.


Israeli LGBT pioneer Jonathan Danilowitz dies at 77

Danilowitz sued El Al in 1989 in the Tel Aviv Regional Labor Court to receive an airline ticket for his longtime partner.


Former education minister Aharon Yadlin dies at 96

Long-time MK and United Kibbutz Movement secretary-general was ‘stickler for equality, Zionism and human value’

Gaza conflict: Israel in times of crisis is a mix of routine, solidarity

NATIONAL AFFAIRS: When threatened or attacked, Israel's disparate parts have always come together.

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