Kislev 14, 5776 / Thursday, November 26, 2015

Soldier killed, dozens injured as bus overturns in Binyamin

A bus carrying 50 passengers overturned between Kokhav Hashahar and Migdalim.
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Global Agenda, 4:00 PM

Russia to boycott Turkish goods; 'We'll buy from Israel instead'

Russia ups retaliatory action after downing of jet by Turkey; looks to ban Turkish agricultural imports amid other 'restrictive measures.'
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Jewish World, 3:50 PM

Wedding guests from afar: 'Jews stand together'

Chabad on Campus centers raise over $2,000 in a day, send students to cheer Sara Lenkin, bride who lost father, brother to terror.
(Photo: Chabad On Campus)
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US & Canada, 2:59 PM

'Go back to Auschwitz'; Rabbinical student assaulted in Florida

Assailant reportedly shouted 'Hitler was right' at 19-year-old rabbinical student before beating him in middle of Boca Raton street.
(Photo:Noam Revkin Fenton  / Flash 90)
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Defense/Security, 2:54 PM

Steinitz: Peace impossible until PA stops incitement

National Infrastructure Minister Yuval Steinitz admits current Israeli policy has failed to protect citizens from terror.
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Inside Israel

Israeli Thanksgiving events honor over 1,200 IDF Lone Soldiers

Israelis express their thanksgiving to brave lone soldiers; 'They are the glue that holds the Jewish People together.'
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