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Concert Review: The boys from Basildon are back, opening their world tour to a crowd of close to 30,000.
Performing new hits such as 'Heaven' and classics such as 'Just Can't get Enough,' Euro-pop band rock Tel Aviv's Hayarkon Park.
Pop icon launches world tour in Ramat Gan, making reference to Israel, Palestine and giving away land.
Around 200 Eritrean asylum seekers gather at Eritrean embassy, call for end to political repression by Eritrean president Afwerki.
By BEN HARTMAN
Old journal, letters written to friends in Israel were all that remained when Moshe Kaveh arrived in Shanghai 14 years ago.
Dan Nemet, who heads the medical unit of the IDF’s national emergency team, talks about life on the job.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
I am disgusted that six “nationalistic” Jews, even if in the name of revenge, burned alive an innocent Arab teen.
By Jerusalem Post Readers
Tel Aviv, the city that never sleeps, was a center of global attention last week when Madonna opened her world tour here.
By URI SAVIR
The site includes 33,000 sq.m. of business space, 3,000 sq.m. of commercial space, and 1,000 sq.m. of public space
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
With its hopes of qualifying for a first World Cup since 1970 effectively over, Israel’s qualifier at Russia takes on a new significance.
By ALLON SINAI
Two of country’s less-heralded clubs look to capitalize on trophy chance in State Cup final.
The teams fighting against relegation have got just two more matches remaining to secure their survival.
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