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Iyar 6, 5775 / Saturday, April 25, 2015

Terrorist Shot Dead After Stabbing Border Policeman in Hevron

Attacker shot dead by other officers; victim in moderate condition.
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Middle East, 8:55 PM

Report: IAF Struck Missile Depot in Western Syria

The strike took place before dawn Thursday. Two other IAF raids reportedly targeted Hezbollah arms convoy.
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Middle East, 9:05 PM

Syria: Al Qaeda, Allies, Take Key Regime Stronghold

Jihadists seize Jisr al-Shughur, last major city under regime control in Idlib; now closer than ever to regime heartland Latakia.
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Global Agenda, 8:52 PM

Major Earthquake Kills More Than 1,000 in Nepal

Country's worst earthquake in 80 years leaves tens of thousands homeless; deaths also reported in India and Tibet.
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Global Agenda, 10:03 PM

Putin Angers Turkey by Referring to Armenian 'Genocide'

Turkey condemns Russian president after he uses the word "genocide" during commemorations of mass killings of Armenians.
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Poland Cautiously Accepts FBI Chief's Apology on Holocaust

Poland's leaders guardedly accept James Comey's words of regret over remarks on Poland's role in the Holocaust.
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