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Ivanka Trump
Ivanka Trump steps into red hot sandal scandal

Ivanka Trump to testify under oath in shoe knockoff suit against company.

Johnny Depp
Actor Johnny Depp apologizes for assassination joke

"I apologize for the bad joke I attempted in poor taste about President Trump," Depp stated following a wave of backlash.

A SOLDIER near Metulla monitors Lebanon
Man crosses over from Israel into Lebanon

The IDF spotted a man crossing into Lebanese territory though Israel's northern border.

Harakat Hezbollah al-Nujaba
'If Hezbollah fires rockets on Israel, IDF should hit Iran’s infrastructure'

Former deputy defense minister Ehpraim Sneh warned that Israel should be prepared to react to unforeseen aggression from Lebanon by hitting it where it hurts the most.

HACKERS AND cybersecurity
Japanese telecom giant invests $100m. in Israeli cybersecurity firm

Cyberreason's advanced technology have protected scores of companies from advanced attacks, including the recent and global WannaCry Ransoware attack.

Jon Ossof
Jewish candidate Jon Ossoff loses in crucial congressional race

In a blow for many Democrats who looked to Ossoff to bring about change, the 30-year-old Jewish candidate lost the congressional race in Atlanta to Karen Handel.

Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz
Saudi Arabia's King Salman dismisses Crown Prince, appoints own son instead

The 31-year-old Mohammed bin Salman is officially the next in line to rule the kingdom.

Police are seen near Finsbury Park as British police say there are casualties after reports of vehic
One dead, at least 10 hurt in suspected London mosque terror attack

An unidentified perpetrator slammed into a group of worshippers who finished a late-night prayer at a north Lodon mosque, leaving several of them injured.

US fighter jets over Syria
In first, US military shoots down Syrian warplane

The US military said it downed the Syrian jet over Raqqa in a rare incident that marks a flareup in the war-wrought country.

Benjamin Netanyahu/BBC
Netanyahu wins headline spat with BBC over Jerusalem stabbing

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demanded that the BBC change the headline it used to describe Friday's lethal attack. The MFA also bashed the channel for 'biased' coverage.

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