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Over 100 of such applicants established a group that aims to persuade the German government to change the law.
“In Jerusalem, the center of three great faiths, we are historically connected and will be for many years perhaps centuries to come.”
It is difficult not to question the democracy of a state that gives its voters the right to make a decision and then allows the Parliament to attempt to overturn that decision.
Paraphrasing Mark Twain, the news that the EU is cranking and moribund is premature. In historical perspective, this period we are living now will be remembered probably as “much ado about nothing.”
By ALFRED TOVIAS
EU politics now resembles a scramble of interlocking conflicts and fractured alliances with no winning coalition in sight.
By AMICHAI MAGEN
Trying to match your income with your liabilities is a key principle of financial planning.
By ANDREW ALBUM
"We are prepared for this scenario," an EU official said describing the bloc's contingency preparations.
Israeli mentalist tells Prime Minister Theresa May that he will "stop her telepathically."
By AMY SPIRO
While the country and its politicians are divided over Brexit, most agree it is the most important strategic decision the United Kingdom has faced since World War Two.
The petition reached two million signatures on Saturday.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday welcomed the European Union's decision to delay Brexit, saying that lawmakers in the British parliament now had clear choices about what to do next.
“Since 2014 we have seen a steep decline in lender appetite with more than 65% of applicants not able to access the funds they need.”
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