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Russian Jews plan trip to Paris’ Hyper Cacher

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
In show of solidarity, delegation of 500 young adults will visit site of January’s murderous anti-Semitic attack

Here to save the day?

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
As Israel begins aiding Nepalis and ferrying citizens and newborns out, some question the laws which forced gay parents to seek children halfway across the world

Israeli Arabs stage general strike over home demolitions

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
Arabs constitute 20% of population but only 4.6% of new homes are built in their areas, rights group says

Only 11 Israelis still unaccounted for in Nepal

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
Netanyahu holds situation assessment as Israel ramps up rescue and aid efforts in quake-ravaged country

Mubarak: Israel tried to renege on part of ’79 peace deal

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
Ousted Egyptian president asserts Israel ‘deceptively’ laid claim to Taba, a small Sinai border town

US Navy denies cargo ship, sailors captured by Iran

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
Officials say no confrontation with Iranian forces after Saudi news station reports American vessel taken to Bandar Abbas in southern Iran

MK says ex-Foreign Ministry head guilty of ‘treason’

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
Yinon Magal argues Alon Liel violated law punishable by death in urging European countries to recognize Palestinian state; top law prof. dismisses claim

216 Israelis arrive on flight from quake-ravaged Nepal

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
IDF personnel setting up field hospital; rescue teams airlift stranded hikers; four Israeli tourists yet to establish contact

Turkey joins Qatari bid to broker Israel-Hamas deal

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
Ankara floats idea of offshore harbor for Gaza; Hamas official accuses Israel of stonewalling all long-term ceasefire proposals

Two mortar shells fired from Syria into Israel

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
No casualties or damage as projectiles fall near Golan Heights kibbutz, in apparent spillover from fighting across the border

APPropriate search

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
On an Israeli start-up aiming to make order in the jumbled world of apps, and the woman who’s leading the way

Palestinian dies a day after clash with IDF in West Bank

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
18-year-old shot by soldiers in attempt to cross security barrier succumbs to his wounds; army says it’ll open an inquiry

Before you join the government, Naftali

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
A plea to the Jewish Home party chair not to sacrifice his principles for a cabinet post

229 Israelis en route from quake-ravaged Nepal

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
IDF personnel setting up field hospital; rescue teams airlift stranded hikers; 50 Israeli tourists yet to establish contact

Migrants in Israel shaken by killing of brethren by IS

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
Islamic State ‘are not human beings,’ says Eritrean man whose cousin was among at least 28 migrants slain in Libya

Meretz leader meets Netanyahu, slams proposed court reforms

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
Zahava Gal-on warns that bill to limit judicial oversight of Knesset legislation leads to ‘tyranny of the majority’

Kansas JCC killer will plead guilty to shootings

Times of Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2015
Frazier Miller, a white supremacist, wants to ‘put the Jews on trial’ before he’s too sick to testify

Kerry: World ‘closer than ever’ to Iran nuke deal

Times of Israel - Monday April 27, 2015
Israel makes appearance at global disarmament conference as Iran makes call for nuclear-free Middle East

Japan PM hails Holocaust hero Sugihara

Times of Israel - Monday April 27, 2015
Visiting Holocaust Memorial in Washington, Abe praises actions of envoy to Lithuania in World War II who saved lives of thousands of Jews

Israel Museum displays world’s tiniest bible

Times of Israel - Monday April 27, 2015
Technion scientists etch entire Hebrew bible onto a gold-coated silicon chip the size of a grain of sugar

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