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Nisan 11, 5775 / Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Desperate for a deal?

US Willing to Work Past Iran Nuclear Deal Deadline

State Dept. says it will push into Wednesday to try and seal a deal, while Western diplomat admits deal 'kicks issues down the road.'
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Inside Israel, 8:21 PM

Bennett: Netanyahu Hasn't Even Started Negotiating With Us

Jewish Home party head says Netanyahu reneging on pre-election pledge that his party would be first in line to join a Likud-led coalition.
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Inside Israel, 8:17 PM

'Changing of the Guard': From Veteran MK to Father of Two MKs

Former deputy prime minister David Levy attends swearing-in of his daughter Orly and son Jacky, who 'continue the path.'
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Global Agenda, 8:34 PM

UK Election Candidate Resigns After Calling to Kidnap Obama

UKIP parliamentary candidate resigns following uproar over a Facebook post in which he calls for Israel to 'do an Eichmann' on Obama.
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Middle East, 8:01 PM

Iraq 'Liberates' Tikrit in Key ISIS Defeat

With help from US and Iran who vied for influence, Iraq takes back fortified city chalking up largest victory against ISIS yet - or did it?
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Inside Israel

PM: Deal Leaves Iran with Underground Facilities, Centrifuges

Netanyahu warns Knesset at swearing-in that Iran deal being reached leaves Islamic regime with rapid nuclear 'breakout.'
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Recipes

From Homemade to Store-bought: The Evolving Passover DietPrevious generations would be amazed at the variety of foods that can be obtained and are stringently Kosher for Passover.

History in Pictures

WW100 - The Ottoman-German Attack on the Suez Canal -- 1915WWI battles in the Middle East preserved in photos by the armies of the waning Ottoman Empire.