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The memory of the Jewish espionage network and its pivotal role in the events that led up to Israel's establishment will now be protected for posperity.
Queen Elizabeth II will continue to carry out the "full program of her engagements."
Consular services have been suspended in New York. The Washington embassy workers have decided to continue providing services for locals
Stuart Eizenstat’s hacked emails provide a peep into how the Israeli government views Hillary Clinton, and also his own efforts at shaping the presidential candidate’s messaging on Israel.
By HERB KEINON
At the US presidential debate, the candidates promise more than they can deliver on the Syrian crisis.
By CALEV BEN-DAVID
Former prime minister Ehud Barak told Army Radio that he was sure Guterres would be “fair.”
By DAVID BRINN
Women are now queuing up to claim he groped them and worse, accusations he says are lies. With any other candidate, it would be game over.
By MELANIE PHILLIPS
There were more guests than in years gone by, and they stayed for longer than usual.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Friends mentioned having awkward conversations with their children this week following the release of the video showing Trump’s ignoble attitude to women and life.
By LIAT COLLINS
The suspects were arrested on September 16, 2016, which was only revealed to the public once the indictment was submitted.
By ZACK PYZER
Albania lost 2-0 to Spain on Sunday, with Italy beating Macedonia 3-2 thanks to Ciro Immobile’s winner in the second minute of stoppage time.
By ALLON SINAI
Zionist Union’s Shai disagrees, says PM has prevented them from taking place
By GIL HOFFMAN
America’s angry reaction (“US slams government intentions to build 98 new homes in Shiloh,” October 6) was predictable.
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