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Tammuz 15, 5775 / Thursday, July 02, 2015

Obama Hails Embassy in Cuba as 'Historic Step Forward'

President Obama formally announces that the United States and Cuba have agreed to open embassies in the other’s capitals.
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Defense/Security, 2:13 AM

Netanyahu: Terrorists Will Continue to Pay a Price

Netanyahu says Israel will continue to punish terrorists, after the IDF completes sealing of home of Har Nof terrorist.
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Middle East, 5:43 AM

Egypt Passes Anti-Terror Law Hours after Sinai Attack

Egypt's government adopts law which stipulates harsher punishments to those convicted of terrorism.
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Middle East, 5:12 AM

Kerry: Difficult Issues Remain in Nuclear Talks

Secretary of State tells reporters that progress is being made in talks with Iran, though several difficult issues remain unresolved.
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Middle East, 3:44 AM

UNESCO Head Warns Against 'Culture Cleansing' of Jihadists

UNESCO chief Irina Bokova calls for a campaign against ISIS "culture cleansing".
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Israeli Jews Teaching Christians

Root-Source founder Gidon Ariel opens our eyes about Israeli Jews teaching Christians.
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Music & Entertainment

Netanyahu Hosts Mariah Carey at Prime Minister's ResidencePop diva and boyfriend hosted for dinner with PM and first lady, share family pictures; Carey hits it off with Sarah.

Focus on the Jewish Family‏

School's Out! Make Sure Your Child isn't At Risk How a simple talk can stop your child falling prey to addiction, sexual abuse.

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Teriyaki-Style ChickenAuthentic ingredients (no ketchup allowed!) make this one tasty meal.

History in Pictures

Mystery Picture: A Fountain Found and a Windmill DisappearsOne would think the Turks had Photoshop from comparing the pictures in this article.

Technology

Israeli App Catches New Zealand BurglarFree Israeli app turning old cell phones into motion-sensor alarms helps New Zealand couple nab serial thief without endangering themselves.