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Nisan 10, 5775 / Monday, March 30, 2015

One Dead After Shots Fired at NSA Headquarters

Live aerial footage allegedly shows vehicles with extensive damage in apparent attack attempt; 1 dead.
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Global Agenda, 6:06 PM

Germanwings Pilot Received Treatment for 'Suicidal Tendencies'

Dusseldorf investigators report Andreas Lubitz, 27, received therapy for 'suicidal tendencies' for years before getting pilot's license.
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Inside Israel, 5:12 PM

Report: Shas Bribed Citizens for Votes

Multiple witnesses claim Shas paid them up to 300 NIS for votes; one activist complicit in the bribery confirms; Shas denies involvement.
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News from America, 4:45 PM

Former CIA Director: Iran the New Nazi Germany

Former CIA chief James Woolsey notes Iran's expansionism is 'imperialist,' adds that Obama is sticking to deal to leave a legacy.
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Inside Israel, 7:01 PM

Topol Chosen for Israel Prize's Lifetime Achievement Award

Beloved actor Chaim Topol, best known for his iconic role in 'Fiddler on the Roof,' will be awarded Israel Prize for lifetime achievement.
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Jewish World

Hate Crime in Brooklyn: Jewish Teens Pelted with Paintballs

Two Orthodox Jews, aged 13 and 16, attacking in Williamsburg while walking home from synagogue with their grandfather on Friday night.
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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.