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Hebrew U researcher discovers how to kill ‘slime’

Wednesday June 18, 2014
With Michael Brandwein’s work on bacterial biofilm disruption, fresh fruits and vegetables can once again be safe

Jewish Ukrainian governor accused of murder

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Russian investigators say Igor Kolomoisky also committed human rights violations, used ‘prohibited means and methods of warfare’

Topless protesters make Israel debut

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Radical women’s rights organization makes surprise appearance at Tel Aviv’s Gay Pride celebrations

Second Arab Israeli menaced for supporting abducted teens

Wednesday June 18, 2014
In repeat of incident earlier this week, teenager posts message backing kidnapped students, receives death threats

Iran could work with US in Iraq if nuclear talks succeed

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Rouhani’s chief of staff says negotiations are ‘a test for confidence building,’ hints collaboration possible if resolution reached

Egypt sentences 12 Islamists to death

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Pending review by grand mufti, militants convicted of murdering senior police officer

On visit to Kenya, Liberman vows to help Africa fight terror

Wednesday June 18, 2014
FM blasts ‘axis’ of extremist groups in Somalia, Nigeria and Middle East

Live video streams worth money with Israeli app

Wednesday June 18, 2014
The Livelens application lets anyone ‘sell’ experiences to online viewers, promoted by a ‘top celebrity’

No World Cup TV: Israel toughens conditions for Hamas inmates

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Measures also include reduced visiting hours and ban on canteen purchases, newspapers

Amsterdam rethinks multi-million-euro Holocaust memorial

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Plans on hold after residents complain ‘Path of Light’ monument would take over their park

IDF widens clampdown to civilian Hamas institutions

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Army raids 10 Hamas-linked organizations across the West Bank, including movement’s radio station

Hamas bashes Abbas for cooperation with Israel

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Terror group compares PA president to Israeli army spokesman, say his actions ‘harmful to Palestinian reconciliation’

As IDF sweeps West Bank, Gaza residents prepare for war

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Coastal enclave widely accepts that Hamas was involved in the kidnapping and braces for a harsh Israeli response; Shin Bet said to threaten Gaza man allegedly linked to abduction with a missile strike

UNESCO vetoed display on Jewish refugees from Arab lands

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Organizers of revived exhibition on Jews’ ties to Holy Land, which deleted ‘Israel’ from title, agreed to remove controversial section, saying Arab states would have blocked entire show

German firms sign armored vehicle deal with Algeria

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Agreement also includes a production factory in the North African authoritarian state

Pro-kidnapping salute gains steam on Palestinian, Arab social media

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Palestinian ‘creativity’ circulates widely in support of teens’ abduction, despite PA President Abbas’s condemnation

We need Europe like a hole in the sheet

Wednesday June 18, 2014
The Europeans will believe any anti-Semitic nonsense and it’s our obligation, however daunting, to challenge the lies

Hugs and thugs

Wednesday June 18, 2014
A joint appearance by the parents of the kidnap victims tugs heartstrings, but most quill jockeys are more interested in the IDF’s widening West Bank operation against Hamas

At World Cup, couple kicks Jewishness into high gear

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Argentine couple organizes Shabbat and other events in Rio to make connection between love for football and Jewish life

City approves 172 East Jerusalem homes

Wednesday June 18, 2014
Municipality signs off on construction of apartments in Har Homa neighborhood as Israeli-Palestinian tensions rise

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