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Single-cell breakthroughs let scientists see exactly what we’re all made of

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
In Israel for Broad Institute conference, Eric Lander, pioneer of Human Genome Project, marvels at speed with which ‘new genomics’ opens ways to fight disease

17th of Tammuz: Why do I fast?

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
The eve of the weeks commemorating the Temples’ destruction is a time to love others and connect to the Divine

Get your red hot challah hot dogs for a Jewy July 4

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Since American Independence Day falls on Shabbat this year, Members of the Tribe might be worried about getting their hot dog fix. No longer

IAEA chief says ‘more work needed’ with Iran after visit

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
UN atomic watchdog probing allegations that Iran conducted research work into developing nuclear weapons

Google-owned video game sent players to Nazi camps

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Company apologizes for Niantic Labs’ game ‘Ingress,’ which included Auschwitz, Dachau as battle locations

Britain holds a minute’s silence for Tunisia terror victims

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Nationwide moment of remembrance comes a week after deadly assault on beach resort, in which at least 30 Britons were killed

Top Israeli tech firms ‘graduate’ for 6th time at MS accelerator

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Start-ups of the world’s most prestigious programs present their technology at a major Tel Aviv event

PA arrests 108 Hamas members in West Bank

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Terror group accuses Abbas forces of working for Israel, says it won’t stop attacks against Israelis

Greece’s porous, unpatrolled border

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
How risky is it to permit unchecked Mideast refugees to flow into Northern Europe?

Palestinian stone-thrower killed by IDF troops in West Bank

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Youth attacks military vehicle, dies of wounds after being shot by forces north of Jerusalem; military investigating incident

IDF shuts route along Egypt border after IS-linked Sinai attack

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Military chief orders closure until further notice; comes after Defense Ministry announces mysterious Iron Dome upgrade

Emotional upheaval, loneliness and love at Jerusalem Film Festival

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
The 32nd annual event opens July 9, with screenings of 200 films over 10 days

Iran nuclear talks set to drag into weekend — and beyond

Times of Israel - Thursday July 2, 2015
Unresolved issues in negotiations include pace and timing of sanctions relief, and the mechanism for their ‘snapback’

6.1-magnitude earthquake in China’s Xinjiang

Times of Israel - Thursday July 2, 2015
Quake rocks edge of Taklamakan desert, a vast and uninhabited region located in country’s far west

Egypt warplanes strike back at extremists in troubled Sinai

Times of Israel - Thursday July 2, 2015
Tensions soar after unprecedented terror attack devastates country as it marks second year since ouster of Islamist president

Pope emphasizes Jewish-Christian commonalities in audience

Times of Israel - Thursday July 2, 2015
In conference to mark 50th anniversary of Nostra Aetate, pontiff stresses faiths’ shared roots and foundations

Obama’s counterterrorism policy facing mounting criticism

Times of Israel - Thursday July 2, 2015
With terror attacks on the rise, ex-administration officials cast doubt on ‘light footprint’ strategy against global extremists

Episcopal Church rejects Israel boycott resolutions

Times of Israel - Thursday July 2, 2015
Separately, leading Mennonite group delays decision on divesting from companies tied to Israeli control of West Bank

Polish art museum features naked tag game in gas chamber

Times of Israel - Thursday July 2, 2015
‘Most disgusting thing I’ve seen in a long time,’ says Wiesenthal Center official

IS destroys iconic lion statue at Syria’s Palmyra museum

Times of Israel - Thursday July 2, 2015
Irreplaceable Lion of al-Lat was 2,000 years old; brutal terror group also smashes other artifacts from Palmyra

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