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Elul 16, 5775 / Monday, August 31, 2015

Pro-Iran Deal Resolution Shot Down in Democratic Natl. Committee

While President Obama tries to sell his Iran deal to the American people, he is having trouble selling it to members of his own party.
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Music & Entertainment, 3:13 AM

Watch: Brother of Slain Youth Sings About His Pain

Meir Rosenfeld, who lost his brother Malachi in a terror attack in July takes his feelings on stage, in original, stirring music.
(Photo:Courtesy of the Rosenfeld Family)
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Middle East, 2:16 AM

ISIS Blows Up Ancient Palmyra Temple

ISIS jihadists set off explosion at Bel Temple in Palmyra, severely damaging it.
(Photo:Reuters)
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Middle East, 12:16 AM

Iran Jails 'Israeli Spies' As Wash Post Reporter Awaits Verdict

Iran has sentenced two people to ten years in prison each for spying for the U.S. and Israel, with a third likely to be sentenced this week.
(Photo:Reuters)
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Music & Entertainment, 8:51 PM

Matisyahu: I Was 'Really Nervous' Facing PLO Flags

Reggae artist kept cool on stage at festival, but says 'I’ve never had the experience of anything like that, as a Jew or anything.'
(Photo: Reuters)
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Middle East

Saudi Arabia Allows Women to Run in Local Elections

Saudi Arabia allows women to register to stand in local elections for the first time.
(Photo:Flash 90)
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Watch: Brother of Slain Youth Sings About His Pain Meir Rosenfeld, who lost his brother Malachi in a terror attack in July takes his feelings on stage, in original, stirring music.

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History in Pictures

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.