The Jerusalem Post's top 5 stories of August 10

WikiLeaks offers reward for info leading to killer of Jewish DNC staffer, Ibiza municipality reportedly endorses BDS against Israel, Israel wins first Olympic medal since 2008, and more

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 10, 2016 17:43
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1. WikiLeaks has offered a $20,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of the killer of a Jewish Democratic Party staffer.
 Read more: WikiLeaks offers reward for info leading to killer of Jewish DNC staffer

2. Ibiza, the renowned Spanish Island in the Mediterranean – which attracts many Israelis due to its lively nightlife scene and beautiful beaches, may soon not be so welcoming towards Israel and Israelis.
Read more: Report: Ibiza municipality endorses BDS against Israel


3. A recent change in the way Google Maps labels the Palestinian Territories sparked outrage across the Muslim world and social media.
Read more: Google Map bug sparks outrage over removal of 'Palestine' from maps

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4. Israel won its first Olympic medal since 2008 on Tuesday after Yarden Gerbi claimed a bronze medal in the women’s under-63 kilogram judo competition at the Rio games.
Read more: Israel wins first Olympic medal since 2008

5. Eight Palestinian tunnel operatives were wounded in a tunnel collapse early Wednesday morning in the northern Gaza border town of Shuja’yya, according to Ma’an News Agency.
Read  more:  Eight Palestinian operatives injured in Gaza tunnel collapse


 


 





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