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Elul 16, 5775 / Monday, August 31, 2015

Wounded Israeli: It Was a Very Big Miracle

Ronen Edri who was wounded in shooting attack near Kedumim recalls the ordeal, says it was a miracle that he wasn't more seriously hurt.
Daily Israel Report
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Middle East, 5:12 AM

Egypt Sets Date for Parliamentary Election

Egypt announces it will hold its parliamentary election starting on October 18-19, as path to democracy continues.
(Photo:Reuters)
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Inside Israel, 4:45 AM

Yisrael Beytenu MK: Liberman Will One Day be Prime Minister

MK Sharon Gal blasts Netanyahu's government and predicts Avigdor Liberman will one day lead the country.
(Photo:Yonatan Sindel/Flash 90)
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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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Defense/Security, 1:12 AM

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.
(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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29/08/2015

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.