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Elul 13, 5775 / Friday, August 28, 2015

Watch: State Department Claims Parchin 'Isn't a Nuclear Site'

Responding to IAEA report on suspected nuclear detonator site extension, spokesperson claims Parchin 'a conventional military site.'
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Defense/Security, 10:08 AM

'Bibi and Bennett Released the Terrorist, He Attacked Again'

Ex-MK slams govt. and ISA for release of murderer of Israel Prize laureate, who was feted by Abbas and returned to terror this week.
(Photo:Hadas Parush/Flash 90)
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Middle East, 9:18 AM

Temple Mount Attackers Bring 'Honor' to Muslims

Radical Israeli Islamist slams move to ban his rioters, Al-Aqsa academy pres. claims 'Jewish terrorists' plan to murder Muslims on Mount.
(Photo:Tomer Neuberg/Flash 90)
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Jewish World, 8:01 AM

European Jewish Leader: Monaco's Holocaust Apology Not too Late

Prince Albert II marks 73 years since mass deporting of Jews to Nazi death camps in Monaco first; EJC pres.: 'no time limit to regret.'
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Middle East, 6:13 AM

IAEA Says Iran May Have Built 'Extension' to Parchin

New IAEA report says Iran appears to have built an extension to part of its suspicious Parchin military site.
(Photo:Reuters)
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US & Canada

Cruz and Trump to Team Up on Iran Deal

Republican presidential candidates slated to appear in September 9 rally in Washington against the Iran nuclear deal.
(Photo:Reuters)
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Previously Unknown Photos Taken from 1867 to 1910sA Major 19th Century Photo Collection Rescued and Digitized by the British Library's Endangered Archives Program.

Technology

Israeli 'Bionic Organs-on-a-Chip' to End Animal TestingIsraeli-German joint research on liver-on-chip with nanotechnology may spell end of animal experiments - it already disproves Tylenol myths.