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Elul 18, 5775 / Wednesday, September 02, 2015
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Obama Clinches Congress Support for Iran Deal

Maryland Senator becomes latest member of congress to back White House, granting Obama the votes he needs to veto opposition.
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Inside Israel, 4:53 PM

Amid Strained Ties, Rivlin Leaves on First Trip to Vatican

Hailing Pope Francis as a 'true friend of Israel and of the Jewish people,' President sets off for first official visit to Vatican.
(Photo:Miriam Alster/Flash 90)
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Music & Entertainment, 3:44 PM

Rabbi Nachman's 'Breslov Movie' Comes to Tel Aviv

Director hopes 'Stories of Rebbe Nachman' will take Israel's white city by storm - and help him come full circle.
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Inside Israel, 4:13 PM

Watch: President Sings 'Jerusalem of Gold' with Kids in Samaria

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin chose to open the new school year yesterday at an elementary school in Peduel, Samaria.
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Inside Israel, 2:57 PM

Litzman Makes History: First Haredi-Ashkenazi Minister Since '52

Yaakov Litzman is sworn in as health minister, the first haredi Ashkenazi minister to serve in the Israeli government since 1952.
(Photo: Yonatan Sindel, Flash 90)
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Defense/Security

Netanyahu Vows 'Zero Tolerance' for Road Terror

PM tells security arms to beef up presence along Highway 443 and in Judea-Samaria; considering changing open fire orders.
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Rabbi Nachman's 'Breslov Movie' Comes to Tel Aviv Director hopes 'Stories of Rebbe Nachman' will take Israel's white city by storm - and help him come full circle.

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History in Pictures

Why Was a Nazi Flag Flying from a Jerusalem Hotel in the 1930s?Jaffa Gate was once too small for carriages and boasted a restaurant that later turned into a hotel down the road.