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In the video, the boy can be heard shouting "Mami, Mami, want to go home" and "save me."
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In January, Israel's new Ramon Airport near Eilat - the first entirely civilian airport to open since Israel’s independence - was inaugurated.
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Veteran Games to also include a three-day long PTSD conference.
By BUZZY GORDON
Piazza Rustico is a veteran chain of Italian eateries that now numbers three restaurants in Tel Aviv, plus a pizzeria in Sarona Market.
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The Golan was officially annexed by Israel and recognized by the US, argued Miri Regev, who blasted the European Olympics Committee for putting it outside Israel's borders.
By ZACHARY KEYSER
The heatwave has caused several fires throughout the country with one soldier being treated for injuries after helping extinguish a blaze in Kibbutz Karmiya.
By HANNAH BROWN
A special program will be devoted to celebrating the centennial of Bauhaus, the international architectural style that has defined much of Tel Aviv.
By BARRY DAVIS
Parsons, now 70 and about to come here with his troupe to join forces with the full Israel Philharmonic Orchestra has been around a long time – half a century to be exact.
The disquieting presentations invoke in-between times, fictional realities, spiritual rituals and enigmatic behavior.
By AMY SPIRO
A marriage proposal on the set of the show's third season starts with a kidnapping and ends with a ring.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
“Somehow, how I look at the world comes out of being Jewish, first-generation South African, and being involved in the breaking down of apartheid. It is my point of reference," Orlin said.
Maj.-Gen Eyal Zamir held meetings with heads of regional and NATO militaries.
“I think that dance can fight for more freedom and stretch the borders of what this art form is. We can go beyond the borders of technique and find what dance can say.”
Atom Egoyan directs ‘Cosi Fan Tutte’ at the Israel Opera
The delegation will visit Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, and DeSantis will hold a cabinet meeting at the US Embassy in Jerusalem.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Many felt that Shalva’s performance of “A Million Dreams” was the real winner of Eurovision. The BBC tweeted, “Shalva Band Just one of a million reasons why Eurovision is the Greatest Show.”
The event was a joint initiative by Israeli ambassador to the UN Danny Danon and the Menachem Begin Heritage Center in Jerusalem.
Famed director gushes about new bride at Cannes Film Festival.
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Jerusalem Post Crossword Puzzle
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Israeli-Indian ties, which in any event were getting stronger, soared following Modi's victory in 2014.
By BEN BRESKY
The tomb of a 2nd-century Jewish age turned into a massive celebration for the traditional Meron pilgrimage on Lag Ba'omer.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Members the Hitorerut Party, asked the city’s legal adviser to instruct Mayor Moshe Lion to announce that he has not issued an order to impede contacts between them and civil servants and officials.
By YAIR ASSAF-SHAPIRA
The amount of smoke could easily be reduced, as could the suffering of those with respiratory problems if people chose to make smaller fires or to share fires.
By NERIA BARR
Wearing white, eating dairy delights and drinking chilled white wine – what a wonderful holiday and the perfect way to turn up the summer heat.
By DUDU LEVY REICH
As director of retirement planning at Bank Hapoalim, Miri Nahmani meets many clients
who are not aware of their retirement rights and tax benefits.
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