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Elul 16, 5775 / Monday, August 31, 2015

GOP Senator: States Can Undo Iran Deal Damage

Senator says: 'Rather than drop their sanctions against Iran, states should strengthen and expand those sanctions.'
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US & Canada, 6:16 AM

Former VP Cheney Likens Iran Deal to Munich Pact

In op-ed, Dick Cheney and daughter Liz warn Congress against voting in favor of Iran deal, say it is more likely to lead to war.
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Inside Israel, 6:44 AM

Turkish Delegation to Visit Israel - Are Renewed Ties Coming?

For the first time since the Marmara incident, Israel will welcome a delegation from Turkey, in what some see as a step to renewal of ties.
(Photo:Reuters)
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Inside Israel, 4:14 AM

Wounded Israeli: It Was a Very Big Miracle

Ronen Edri who was wounded in shooting attack near Kedumim recalls the ordeal, says it was a miracle that he wasn't more seriously hurt.
(Photo:Channel 20)
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Music & Entertainment, 3:13 AM

Watch: Brother of Slain Youth Sings About His Pain

Meir Rosenfeld, who lost his brother Malachi in a terror attack in July takes his feelings on stage, in original, stirring music.
(Photo:Courtesy of the Rosenfeld Family)
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Defense/Security

Pro-Iran Deal Resolution Shot Down in Democratic Natl. Committee

While President Obama tries to sell his Iran deal to the American people, he is having trouble selling it to members of his own party.
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Watch: Brother of Slain Youth Sings About His Pain Meir Rosenfeld, who lost his brother Malachi in a terror attack in July takes his feelings on stage, in original, stirring music.

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29/08/2015

History in Pictures

Previously Unknown Photos Taken from 1867 to 1910sA Major 19th Century Photo Collection Rescued and Digitized by the British Library's Endangered Archives Program.